Oceania Cruises launches 2019 itineraries
Oceania Cruises have launched their new 2019 cruise itineraries visiting Europe and the Americas.
With voyages ranging from 7 to 44 days, the cruises call at iconic cities, smaller ports and seaside villages. The new collection features 85 overnight stays and late departures, allowing guests plenty of time for exploration ashore.
Of the 104 cruise itineraries, an amazing 80 of them are new to Oceania Cruises, with 40 of them new Mediterranean cruises. There are 18 new northern Europe itineraries, 5 new Alaska cruises, 6 new routes in New England and Canada and 10 new tropical voyages.
Boutique ports of call include Ajaccio, Corsica; Crotone and a new port-of-call – Castellón, which is located on Spain’s Costa Azahar and dates from the 13th-century. Other European new routes include visits to Iceland and Greenland, and Norwegian ports such as Bodo and Haugesund.
Cuba is back on the cruise map, and Insignia will sail a total of 9 voyages taking in Havana, Cienfuegos, and Santiago de Cuba from Miami.
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