Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Oceania Introduces New ‘Grand Voyages’

For the first time, Oceania Cruises has introduced an exciting series of 23 to 71-night Grand Voyages to offer guests the opportunity to explore the world more extensively, yet still return each day to the comfort and luxury of one of their mid-sized luxury ships. 

The Grand Voyages are created by blending two or more itineraries, to two or more continents, thereby tailoring an exceptional voyage of discovery and creating an ultra-memorable experience several weeks, or even months, long.

All cruises include complimentary soft drinks and bottled water, fine dining in Oceania's variety of restaurants - with no speciality supplement - and a 5% saving for those booking two or more cruise sectors, as well as free pre-paid gratuities and a $250 per guest credit.

The Voyages include Marina’s 48-night Rendezvous to the Pacific sailing (departing Dec 10), from Rio southwards around the coastline of South America calling into Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Chile, across the Pacific to Chile’s Robinson Crusoe Island, the volcanic island of Hanga Roa and the Pitcairn Islands, to spend a final 10 days cruising the idyllic island paradises of French Polynesia.

Christmas Day is spent cruising the Pacific Ocean between Puerto Montt and Valparaiso in Chile to ensure a relaxing time spent on board and the cruise costs from £4,821, including all meals, complimentary bottled water and soft drinks (excluding flights).

For booking details, be sure to check out this link with the UK's luxury cruise specialists, The Cruise Line Ltd.