Oceania Goes Even More Port Intensive

Oceania Cruises' 2007 Europe season will offer more than 70 ports on 10- to 16-day itineraries that encompass the Greek Islands, western Mediterranean and Scandinavia. The premium line said its three vessels will feature more than 80 overnights at such destinations as Dubrovnik, Istanbul, Sorrento, St. Petersburg, and Stockholm. In addition, the line is adding more off-the-beaten track ports like the Albanian port of Sarande for the Roman ruins of Butrinti.

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