Oceania Cruises Announces 2026 World Voyage Aboard Vista

Oceania Cruises will welcome guests on board its newest ship, Vista, for its inaugural 180-day “Around the World” voyage in 2026. Oceania Vista will visit 101 ports across 43 countries. Bookings open on March 13, 2024.

Setting sail from Miami on January 6, 2026, the 1,200-guest vessel will cross three oceans and 18 seas, exploring Southeast Asia and Australia, island-hopping in the South Pacific, calling on unique ports in Europe, and exploring favorite South American cities. Charting entire continental coastlines, the journey includes off-the-beaten-path destinations and cities embracing cultural immersions, epicurean discoveries and natural wonders.

Vista will start its six-month sojourn with a six-week exploration of South America, fully charting the continent’s western coast before continuing to Mexico and California, and then will island-hop in the South Pacific and call on unique Australian ports such as the Whitsunday Islands. Farther west, the ship will visit off-the-beaten-path secrets in Southeast Asia and across India. Toward the end of the voyage, Vista will call at coastal villages and cities throughout the Mediterranean, British Isles and Nordic region before crossing back over to the United States.

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Aquamar Kitchen (Oceania Cruises)

At 791 feet long and more than 67,000 tons, Vista offers 11 onboard culinary venues, including the line’s newest additions: Aquamar Kitchen; The Bakery at Baristas; and new signature restaurant, Ember. From “Culinary Discovery Tours” ashore to hands-on cooking classes onboard, guests will have the opportunity to savor the flavors of cultures from around the world alongside Director of Culinary Enrichment Kathryn Kelly, an Oceania Cruises “Around the World” first. Vista also offers eight bars, lounges and entertainment venues, including the new Founders Bar, the Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center and Aquamar Spa Terrace.

This voyage will visit over 80 UNESCO World Heritage sites across 101 destinations, with 11 overnight stays and a series of complimentary onshore events and optional multi-day overland programs. The cruise offers free first-class round-trip airfare and transfers, an array of included amenities with the “Exclusive Prestige Package” such as free laundry services, visa package, Internet, pre-paid gratuities, luggage delivery, and inclusive “simply MORE” amenities offering a shore excursion credit of $8,800 per stateroom and a comprehensive beverage package available during lunch and dinner.

In addition to Vista’s “Around the World” in 180 days cruise, Oceania Cruises is offering more flexibility with “Global Wanderlust,” a 120-day voyage from San Diego to Miami, as well as “World Odyssey,” a 197-day cruise from Los Angeles to Miami.

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