Due to unprecedented guest demand for exotic luxury cruises, Oceania Cruises will significantly expand its offerings in the South Pacific in 2023-2024, with more sails from Australia than ever before.
The 656-passenger Regatta and sister ship Nautica will expand Oceania’s services in the South Pacific in 2023-2024. The ships’ South Pacific cruises provide a variety of “alluring sojourns” for travellers, with itineraries ranging from 10 to 41 days.
Cruise passengers will have many more options to explore New Zealand, Australia, and French Polynesia than in the past. For example, travellers can visit Tahiti, Bora Bora, Rangiroa, and Raiatea.
Previously known as Hava’i, Raiatea could captivate tourists interested in history and culture. Petroglyphs and marae are only two of the ancient treasures on the island. Taputapuatea, the first and most magnificent marae in Polynesia, is located on Raiatea.
The Regatta will offer her popular Sydney to Auckland and Sydney to Sydney roundtrip itineraries once more, with Sydney to Papeete and Sydney to Bali (and vice versa) as additional highlights.
Meanwhile, Nautica’s 34-day schedule will take her from Singapore to French Polynesia and back to Sydney. According to Oceania’s new president, Frank Del Rio Jr., “thanks to these spectacular itineraries, our guests may discover some of the most beautiful and inaccessible places in the world, such as little-known islands in Polynesia,” all while sailing in luxury and comfort.
Due to tremendous demand, the recently revitalised Riviera will make its Asian debut this season, joining Regatta and Nautica in the region. The current season’s sales have surpassed expectations due to unprecedented demand, which has prompted the new voyages in the region that will see Riviera sail through Arabia, India, Myanmar, Vietnam, China, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, and the Philippines on her inaugural Asia deployment throughout 25 voyages.
With 121 new seasonal itineraries across Oceania’s Asian fleet, the company has nearly doubled the number of sailings offered.
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