Oceania Cruises Offers 36-, 46-, and 71-Day Grand Voyages

Oceania Cruises has introduced special savings and onboard admenitites for travelers who book a 36-, 46- or 71-day Grand Voyage.

Grand Voyage guests enjoy free roundtrip air, complimentary prepaid gratuities, a $250 shipboard credit and savings of up to 68 percent off brochure rates.

The 684-guest Nautica will sail the "Pagodas and Sultans" itinerary, from Tianjin to Civitavecchia, visiting three continents, 19 countries, and 35 ports of call in 71 days.  Departing March 10, 2013, the voyage includes overnight stays in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Ha Long bay (Hanoi), Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Mumbai, Dubai and Safaga (Luxor).  Fares begin at $16,481 per person, double occupancy.

The Marina will visit Nuku'alofa, Nuku Hiva, Bora Bora, Moorea, Huahine, Raiatea and Rangiroa in the South Seas Isles as it journeys from Sydney to Papeete on the 36-day voyage.  Departing March 14, 2013, the 1,250 guest ship will visit Melbourne, Wellington and Auckland as well as make a maiden call in Akaroa, New Zealand on the "Polynesian Passage" trip.  Fares begin at $8,204 per person, double occupancy.  

Departing April 4, 2013 from Bangkok and arriving in Rome 46 days later, the "Route of the Great Traders Voyage" will travel through the Indian Ocean atolls, Israel and the Greek isles.  .

Starting at $10,796 per person, double occupancy, the itinerary includes overnight stays in the ports for Bangkok, Singapore, Mumbai, Dubai and Safaga, gateway to the Luxor and Karnak temples.  During the cruise guests have the opportunity to explore Southeast Asia, tour the Taj Mahal, venture to the hidden  city of Petra, transit the Suez Canal and enjoy Italy's Amalfi Coast.

To learn more, vist www.oceaniacruises.com or call 800-531-5658.

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