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How Oceania Cruises new 180-day voyage will leave an indelible impression

Oceania Cruises has unveiled its most unique and diverse Around the World in 180 Days voyage to date, departing on January 8, 2020.

Crossing the equator an unprecedented four times, this epic exploration visits 95 different ports of call on four continents across 27 time zones and, for the very first time on an Oceania Cruises’ Around the World voyage, circumnavigates South America. View 2020 Around the World Brochure

“Travel is meant to be life-changing and that was our goal when we set out to chart this most monumental of world voyages,” stated Bob Binder, president & CEO of Oceania Cruises. “The people you meet, the experiences you have, and the places you visit will make an indelible impression which you’ll cherish and relive for years to come.”

The 2020 Around the World voyage represents the brand’s most expansive focus ever on Japan with nine glorious ports of call, explores the secrets of unspoiled Africa, rounds both the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Horn, and in another first for an Oceania Cruises global journey, showcases the breadth of Alaska from the Aleutian Islands to the Inside Passage. In addition, exclusive shoreside events will be held in Montevideo, Uruguay; Cape Town, South Africa; Rangoon, Burma; Hong Kong, China; and Kyoto, Japan. Quite simply, nothing quite like the 2020 Around the World voyage has existed before.

2020 Around the World Highlights:

  • Continents visited: 4
  • Countries visited: 38
  • Time zones crossed: 27
  • Islands visited:  24
  • Ports visited: 95
  • UNESCO World Heritage sites accessible: 67
  • Overnight stays (including two-night stays): 17
  • Nautical miles sailed: 44,090
  • Oceans cruised: 3
  • Seas cruised: 18
  • Number of times equator crossed: 4
  • International Date Line crossed: 1
  • Largest population: Tokyo, Japan
  • Smallest population: Port Stanley, Falkland Islands

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