Oceania Cruises has released its latest Tropics & Exotics collection today, featuring a number of 2020 and 2021 sailings to sublime destinations across the globe.
The release of the sailings comes during the re-inspiration and OceaniaNEXT programme, which is enhancing Regatta, Insignia, Nautica, and Sirena to be essentially brand-new ships. The refurbishments include upgrades to the accommodations, public venues, furnishings, colour schemes and more – all to perfect the guest experience on-board for the future.
Come to the end of 2020 and into 2021, when the Tropics & Exotics collection is launching, these ships will be ready to set sail once more as a wholly refined fleet.
What is the Tropics & Exotics collection?
The collection comprises sailings across the globe, including the Caribbean, Asia, South Pacific, Australia, and South America. There will be a selection of new ports of call including:
- Bali (Celukan Bawang), Indonesia
- Isla de la Juventud, Cuba
- Maceio, Brazil
- Miyako, Japan
- Mooloolaba, Australia
- Muroran (Hokkaido), Japan
- Port Lincoln, Australia
- Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
- Sendai, Japan
- Surabaya, Indonesia
- Tolanaro (Fort Dauphin), Madagascar
- Whangarei, New Zealand
Destinations are featured in immersive itineraries, ranging from seven to ten days and including a number of overnight and extended stays in port. With this collection, you can look forward to an extensive array of shore excursions which are focused on culture exchanges, history, adventure, and cuisine.
The cruise line’s Culinary Discovery Tours are also key for a fantastic experience, exploring traditional markets, visiting renowned restaurants and more.
Immersive itineraries with Oceania Cruises
With such a vast range of choice with the Tropics & Exotics collection, we have hand-picked some of our favourites to showcase this fantastic new collection:
Caribbean, Cuba, Panama Canal & Mexico
Rays of Culture
Miami to Miami | 17 days | 3 December 2020 | Riviera | 10 ports of call
This itinerary features the new port, Puerto Plata, alongside other ports such as Castries – where you can explore the St. Lucia rainforest on a thrilling zip-line adventure!
South Pacific, Australia & New Zealand
South Pacific Pearls
Sydney to Papeete | 32 days | 2 February 2021 | Regatta | 20 ports of call
Explore the stunning South Pacific, as well as the urban landscapes of Australia with ports of call in Sydney and Melbourne. A highlight of this itinerary is Bora Bora, where you have the chance to get up-close with stingrays and blacktip sharks.
Asia & Africa
Indian Ocean Explorer
Cape Town to Singapore | 30 days | 2 February 2021 | Nautica | 18 ports of call
Featuring the new port of call, Tolanaro (Madagascar), and with overnight stays in Mahe, Male, and Singapore – this is a sensational sailing for the ultimate exploration of Africa and Asia.
Amazon & the Atlantic
Rio de Janeiro to Miami | 21 days | 19 March 2021 | Marina | 11 ports of call
Visit the new port of call, Maceio and stay overnight in Manaus as you explore South America over this 21-day itinerary. In Santarem, cruise down the Tapajos and Amazon Rivers to observe the unique Meeting of the Waters.
Around the World in 180 days
Miami to New York | 180 days | 9 January 2021 | Insignia | 100 ports of call
This world cruise offers the chance the explore 100 ports of call, across six continents – including 125 UNESCO World Heritage sites! The itinerary features 44 countries and 16 overnights including two-night stays – meaning you get to truly experience and immerse yourself in each port as you explore.
When can I book the Tropics & Exotics collection?
The collection is on sale from the 17 April, when you can visit our website to see the latest deals for Oceania Cruises. If you have any questions or would like to know more, see the brochure here, or call our Cruise Concierge team on 0808 202 6105 for expert advice and a chance to make a booking.