Oceania Cruises Unveils 2021 Europe and North America Collection

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Luxury cruise line Oceania Cruises has launched its new 2021 Europe and North American Collection of voyages with a selection of itineraries filled with more overnights, longer stays and shore tours. With 70 overnight stays, this collection aims to inspire travelers to experience each region from the inside.

The collection is made up of 110 itineraries, 97 of them brand-new, and 15 new ports to explore.

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Here’s a look at some of the collection highlights:

  • Guests can now visit some of Europe’s unique treasures, such as the fjord of Eskifjördur, Iceland; the UNESCO-protected town of Alberobello from Monopoli, Italy; and the gourmet pintxo bars of San Sebastián.
  • With 15 new ports, travelers can discover Aberdeen, Scotland; Salerno, Italy; Marmaris and Boszcaada, Turkey; Melilla, Spain; Molde, Norway; Paros, Greece; Tarku, Finland; Klaksvik, Denmark; Liepaja, Latvia; Malmo, Sweden; Monopoli, Italy; Saint-Raphael, France; San Sebastian, Spain; and Eskifjordur, Iceland.
  • Alaska itineraries will include myriad adventures, such as a cruise along the glacier-dotted bay in Kenai Fjords National Park in Seward; a personalized fishing and culinary expedition from Ketchikan; or a remote glacier trek via helicopter from Juneau.
  • Travelers can experience the traditions and cultural nuances of Turkey with 13 voyages that begin or end in Istanbul, 12 overnights in Istanbul, as well as calls on Antalya, Bodrum, Ephesus, Pergamum and the new port of Bozcaada.

Additionally, with voyages in Oceania Cruises new Sirena Exotic Collection, guests can embark on explorations of the Holy Lands of Egypt, Israel and Turkey, as well as the Arabian Peninsula, India, Myanmar and Indonesia.

This article originally appeared on www.travelagentcentral.com.

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