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2022 Itineraries and Summary of Their Ships/Seasons/New Ports

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From a portion of a email sent by Oceania:

Here are some highlights of the new season: 



• Early Booking Savings when booked by December 31, 2020. 

• Onboard Savings Program applicable on all voyages. 



• Free Airport Ground Transfers included with Oceania Cruises Air

• $149 Premium Economy Air Upgrade Available – will Expire March 2021



• Olife Choice Package includes:

  • FREE Roundtrip Airfare*
  • Plus Choose one:
    • FREE Shore Excursions
    • FREE Beverage Package
    • FREE Shipboard Credit






·         • 1250 Guests - 800 Staff Members - Year Refurbished 2016 - Currently At Sea

• Summer 2022 season is in Northern Europe and Baltic, featuring unique itineraries to the British Isles and Scandinavia.

• Late Summer 2022, she is bookended by a set of Mediterranean cruises taking you down the Adriatic to the Holy lands.



·          684 Guests - 400 Staff Members - Year Refurbished 2018 - Currently in St. George, Bermuda

• Summer 2022 season begins in the Caribbean and features voyages to the Amazon and Canada/New England.

 Insignia then ends her season with a special sneak peak into the winter timeframe with a 25-day Miami roundtrip voyage focusing on the Amazon and scenic islands.



·          684 Guests - 400 Staff Members - Year Refurbished 2019 - Currently At Sea

 Summer 2022 is spent in Alaska, alternating again between Sitka (southbound itineraries) and Icy Strait Point (northbound itineraries) so that guests have options between the two ports.

• After Alaska, she will end her season exploring the best of California  



·          684 Guests - 400 Staff Members - Year Refurbished 2014 - Currently At Sea

• Summer 2022 is spent entirely in the Mediterranean with a heavy focus on the Western Mediterranean, Greek Isles and Holy Land voyages

• Fall 2022, she ventures into a range of 10- 12- days focusing on the enticing Adriatic and Aegean regions.

• She ends her season with the crown jewel – a 20-day Barcelona to Abu Dhabi voyage, Sands & Sculptures,with overnights in Haifa, Israel; Luxor, Egypt; and visits to Aqaba, Jordan; Dubai; Abu Dhabi and more.



·         • 1250 Guests - 800 Staff Members - Year Refurbished 2019 - Currently At Sea

 Riviera spends the entire season in the alluring Mediterranean, exploring iconic destinations and boutique ports of call

• Late Summer 2022, she closes the season with a unique 16-day Awe-Inspiring Atlantic transatlantic cruise sailing from Rome to Miami, which combines the classic European flavors of Monaco, Spain, Gibraltar and the Canary Islands with the tropical flair of the island ports of St. John’s and San Juan.



·          684 Guests - 400 Staff Members - Year Refurbished 2019 - Currently At Sea

• Summer 2022 in the Mediterranean before navigating the British Isles, Ireland, Northern Europe and the Baltic with a set of 7- to 18-day sailings for the remainder of the season.

• Later part of the Summer, she will feature awe-inspiring 14- 18 Days itineraries like Oslo to London North Cape Connoisseur cruise with calls on new ports in Norway and a 14-day Whimsical Europe roundtrip London sailing, which takes you throughout the North Sea via the Kiel Canal and into the Baltic. Sirena then explores the Iberian Peninsula and concludes her season with a Barcelona to Miami Spain to Sunshinevoyage.




Total Itineraries = 110

Total New itineraries = 77

Total Ports = More than 250

Overnights = 79

Extended Journeys = 49



Måløy, Norway

Bristol, UK  

Kotka, Finland

Aarhus, Denmark

Kiel, Germany  

Leknes (Lofoten Islands), Norway

Porto Torres (Sardinia), Italy  

Tromsø, Norway

Killybegs, Ireland

Eureka, California


Brochure: 2022 Europe & North America Collection Voyage


I am privileged to assist, and always delighted to say…… Welcome Back Aboard Oceania Cruises!


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4 hours ago, floridatravelersforlife said:

Although we would love to do the Dubai run, with the new administration in Washington, I am shy to pass the Straits of Hormuz. 

??????? - please explain how this is relevant.

We did this passage several times before the current administration.

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4 hours ago, sunlover12 said:

I just rebooked a 2021 cruise to 2022.  Same itinerary and same number of days for 7% lower price. 

Good for you.....I was looking at a 26 day Amsterdam to Venice  Closest in 2022 is Amsterdam to Barcelona...21 day...   So , as I said, its 2021 or nothing 2023 is out as airfare is already purchased and expires in December 2022...

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Our first ever cruise was supposed to be this June to Alaska. The dates for ‘21 don’t work for us so delighted to be able to book for June ‘22 this morning. The price is the same which is a nice surprise.


It’s been interesting reading  all you experienced cruisers post your thoughts on what’s been happening and your views on the future of cruising. I’ve nothing of any value to add as I haven’t actually managed a cruise yet!


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