6a0120a92e343a970b017c36d99f75970b-320wiIt is one of the most exciting days of the year
in the offices of Oceania Cruises, as
today we unveiled our 2014 Summer Collection,
featuring 90 voyages, 10 new ports of call and an almost entirely new line-up
of European itineraries. Perhaps most exciting, Insignia will return to the fleet in the summer of 2014 after a
two-year charter. All five ships in the fleet – Riviera, Marina, Regatta,
Insignia and Nautica – will sail to more than 180 destinations
throughout the world. The 2014 cruise collection features 70 European cruises,
93 percent of which are new itineraries, plus 10 Alaska voyages, seven all-new
Canada/New England cruises and three Panama Canal voyages.

Oceania Cruises President Kunal S. Kamlani said
he is thrilled about the new line-up of itineraries. “Our
newest cruise collection is the largest in the company’s history with five
ships visiting Europe, Alaska and Canada/New England,” he said. “Our guests
will love the new and exciting options for exploring the world with a wide
range of seven- to 24-day cruises, a mix of overnight and extended stays, and
new ports of call in Albania, France and Greece, to name a few.

“Bookings open today, and we are encouraging
travelers to act quickly to secure the suite or stateroom of their choice. In
addition to our two-for-one cruise fares, free airfare and bonus savings,
guests who book by May 31, 2013, receive the added value of complimentary
pre-paid gratuities
on every sailing,” Kamlani added.

We hope to welcome you onboard for a wonderful
voyage with Oceania Cruises in the summer of 2014!

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