Oceania Cruises Announce New Cruises for 2012

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Oceania Cruises Announce New Cruises for 2012

Oceania Cruises have announced that the upmarket cruise line will offer Canada and New England cruises for Autumn 2012. These nine new cruises will replace the previously scheduled Mediterranean voyages.

Oceania Cruises' president, Bruce J. Himelstein, said "Our 2011 Fall Foliage cruises have been so well received by our travel agent partners and their clients that we decided to redeploy Regatta from Europe to Canada and New England in fall 2012"

Highlights of these new cruises include cruising the Bay of Fundy, Saguenay Fjord and St. Lawrence River. Optional excursions enhance the destination experience and include a horse-drawn carriage tour of Quebec City; visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lunenburg fishing village; and a lobster lunch at Dalvay by the Sea. Outdoor pursuits include cycling Acadia National Park and Prince Edward Island and kayaking coves in Maine and Nova Scotia.

For more information or to book contact us or visit our Oceania Cruises pages

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