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Oceania Cruises Releases Summer 2025 Itineraries

Oceania Cruises Releases Summer 2025 Itineraries

More than 100 brand-new itineraries on all eight ships, stopping at 320 intriguing destinations, promise exceptional travel experiences.

Oceania Cruises has unveiled the journeys that will make up its 2025 Summer Collection, which will include more than 100 itineraries in all, plus close to 50 Grand journeys to exotic locations. Onboard Oceania Cruises’ eight compact, luxury ships, guests can chose from a variety of expertly selected European cruises, traditional Canada and New England excursions, thrilling Alaskan adventures, and serene South Pacific sailings that visit paradise islands in French Polynesia and beyond.

The collection of varied journeys consists of:

Marina divided her time between the Mediterranean, the western wine regions, and the northern areas of Iceland, Greenland, and the Canadian Maritimes on more than 70 different sailings between the Mediterranean and Northern Europe.

View of a cruise across the British Isles, the Norwegian Fjords, and the cities of Scandinavia.

The inaugural season of Oceania Cruises’ newest ship, Allura, in the Mediterranean.

According to Oceania Cruises President Frank A. Del Rio, “2025 is expected to be our biggest year yet at Oceania Cruises with Allura’s maiden season and our first collection featuring all eight boutique ships on sale.” We are excited to demonstrate with our 2025 Summer Collection why Oceania Cruises is renowned for its destination-rich itineraries by adding new ports of call and expanding service to in-demand locales.

Highlights of the 2025 Summer Collection

More than 100 itineraries with a variety of destinations, with approximately 50 Grand Voyages Riviera sailings in Alaska for the first time, provide the best possible view of the Last Frontier.

Europe is explored by Allura, Vista, Marina, Sirena, and Nautica with more than 70 different route possibilities.

There are itineraries from 7 to 56 days long.

additional than 100 overnight stops, such as those in Seville, Jerusalem, Istanbul, Bordeaux, Berlin, Antwerp, Montreal, Bora Bora, and Papeete, provide passengers additional opportunity to explore the ports of call that Oceania Cruises visits.

Cesme, Turkey; Kemi, Finland; Lulea, Sweden; Maniitsoq, Greenland; Pozzallo (Sicily), Italy; Samos, Greece; Scrabster, Scotland; Sibenik, Croatia; Sundsvall, Sweden; and Vaasa, Finland are among the ten new ports that the ship will call at.

  • Alaska

 The 1,250-passenger Riviera, an Oceania Cruises first, will explore the best of Alaska with over a dozen excursions into the glaciers and wildlife of the Last Frontier. Travelers will see the region’s towering glaciers, unspoiled environment, and distinctive local culture while on itineraries that last 7 to 12 days. This combination, together with Riviera’s opulent atmosphere and various gourmet culinary experiences, will make for an amazing trip.

  • New England and Canada

The well-liked fall foliage sailings from Oceania Cruises will take tourists to outstanding French-Canadian treasures along the St. Lawrence River. These time-honored 11- to 15-day autumn trips conveniently leave from Boston, Montreal, and New York City and include overnight breaks in Montreal, Quebec City, and New York City. 16 to 19-day sailings contrast well-known Canadian and New England harbors with Iceland’s and Greenland’s isolated hinterlands and stunning vistas throughout the months of July and August.

  • Europe

 With nine trips to the area, Oceania Cruises will provide a spectacular selection of itineraries that focus heavily on Iceland and Greenland, including two departures from New York and two from Montreal. In July and August, Marina and Sirena will each take extensive trips around the two North Atlantic Island countries. With sailings from Spain, France, and Italy to Greece, Israel, and Turkey, travelers can choose from a wide selection of enthralling Mediterranean itineraries. With Vista sailing the area in the fall and Marina sailing the region in the summer, Nautica will be entirely devoted to the region. Onboard Vista and Sirena, travelers can choose from a wide range of culturally rich Northern Europe voyages where they can explore the medieval cities and fortresses that line the Baltic, the striking architecture and cutting-edge design of Scandinavia, the well-known castles of Scotland, the legendary landscapes of Ireland, and the historical and iconic landmarks of England. In addition to overnight breaks in Istanbul and Monte Carlo, Allura will visit well-known towns and lesser-known treasures including Cadiz, Olbia, Messina, Palma de Mallorca, Palermo, and the Cinque Terre.

With more than 40 European Grand Voyages offered by Oceania Cruises, the potential for adventure becomes loftier and more exciting. Each of the line’s Grand Voyages takes travelers to a dizzying variety of distinctive and fascinating ports of call throughout the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, and includes a carefully chosen selection of longer evening stays and overnights so travelers may go even further into exploration.

  • Southern Pacific

 With an intriguing range of seven new exotic sailings and itineraries ranging from 10 to 18 days, Regatta will sail the inaugural summer season of voyages in French Polynesia and Hawaii. These journeys provide a utopia of cultural contacts, unforgettable activities, and pure natural settings. With itineraries including the stunning blue lagoon of Bora Bora, the black sand beaches of Tahiti, the colorful coral reefs of Raiatea, the soaring mountains in the verdant jungles of Nuku Hiva, and more, the new cruises will travel to the area during the optimal months of August, September, and October. Four of the seven new sailings connect French Polynesia with the enthralling craters, harrowing canyons, and lush waterfalls of the Hawaiian archipelago.

  • Ports in new boutiques

 A carefully chosen list of 10 new boutique ports in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe are also included in Oceania Cruises’ 2025 Summer Collection, promising unforgettable experiences and providing even more chances for seasoned travelers to veer off the beaten path and find new locations that showcase even more of Europe’s incredibly diverse treasures and wonders. Cesme, Turkey, Kemi, Finland, Lulea, Sweden, Maniitsoq, Greenland, Pozzallo (Sicily), Italy, Samos, Greece, Scrabster, Scotland, Sibenik, Croatia, Sundsvall, Sweden, and Vaasa are among the new ports of call.

Source- Travel daily

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