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Circumnavigate the world in 180 days with the Oceania Insignia


February 14, 2019 -Oceania Cruises is offering one in 2021180-day world tour with the Oceania Insignia. The world tour starts in Miami and ends in New York. Comprehensive included services are part of the travel package. The cruise can be booked from 39.369 euros.

The Oceania Insignia covers more than 39.000 nautical miles on its world tour. The trip begins in Miami on January 9, 2021 and ends in New York on July 9, 2021. Guests who board in Los Angeles on January 25 will experience a shortened 164-day voyage.

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Oceania Insignia © Oceania Cruises


During the westward cruise, passengers experience six continents. You will get to know 100 ports and 125 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The program includes additional overnight stays in major cities such as Saigon or Singapore, or three-day stays in Yangon / Myanmar and Istanbul / Turkey.

Marina Bay Sands - a landmark of Singapore

Marina Bay Sands - a landmark of Singapore


In Istanbul, Livorno, Dublin, Hilo / Hawaii and Brisbane, five exclusive and incomparable shore excursions included in the tour price are offered. In addition, guests are offered optional overland tours lasting one to three nights on several continents.

Comprehensive included services are granted. These include business class round-trip flights, 70 free shore excursions, a beverage package or $ 7.000 onboard credit. Tips and the overnight stay in a luxury hotel due before the start of the trip are also part of the range of offers. Internet, laundry service and medical care on board do not cause any additional costs.

Oceania Nautica in Warnemuende

Oceania Nautica in Warnemuende


Oceania Cruises focuses on excellent cuisine on board the six ships. The 180-meter-long Insignia returned to the fleet at the end of 2018 after extensive renovation. The ship accepts a maximum of 684 guests. Under Oceania Nautica we show one of the sister ships of the Oceania Insignia.

 

 

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