Oceania Announces Jacques Pépin Cruise

oceania rivieraOceania Cruises has announced two new voyages to take place next spring: the line’s annual Jacques Pépin Cruise, which will explore northern Europe, and the 14th Oceania Club Reunion Cruise in the Mediterranean.

The Jacques Pépin Cruise aboard Marina, departing London on June 2, 2017, will sail for 10 days to Copenhagen. The epicurean-inspired voyage will be hosted by the legendary master chef who has served as Oceania Cruises' Executive Culinary Director since the line's inception. Guests will be treated to specially designed signature menus, lectures, culinary demonstrations and more. The Regal Routes itinerary includes ten ports of call in the UK, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Norway, Demark and Sweden.

Riviera will host the 14th Oceania Club Reunion Cruise, which is scheduled to sail from Athens on April 19, 2017, for a 10-day round-trip Mediterranean voyage. Highlighting the voyage will be exclusive cocktail receptions, member-only dinners, wine pairing events, special shore excursions and other activities for the line’s past guests. The voyage is open to all travelers but offers premium amenities for Oceania Club members. The Sacred Sanctuaries itinerary includes seven ports of call in Greece, Israel and Cyprus.

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