Oceania's '09-10 Winter Collection Full of Savings

Oceania Cruises has released its 2009-2010 winter collection, detailing its voyages to Asia, Australia, South America, the Caribbean and Mexico. For a limited time, the line is offering, in addition to already free airfare and 2-for-1 cruise fares, up to $1,500 bonus savings, prepaid gratuities and $500 shipboard credits. The offer doesn't last forever though; it expires March 31, 2009, and stateroom and suite availability on many voyages is already limited.

Oceania is calling its winter collection its most diverse to date with 18 different itineraries aboard Regatta, Insignia and Nautica. This includes more than 40 overnight port stays. Highlights include a new 10-day Copper Canyon and Mexican Riviera itinerary sailing round-trip from Los Angeles; a new 40-day Grand Circle of South America from Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro; a 40-day Istanbul to Singapore voyage, which includes Israel and Egypt; five days in India to explore Goa, Bombay and the Taj Mahal; and overnight calls in Asia, which include Hong Kong, Shanghai, Bangkok, Hanoi, and Ho Chi Minh City.

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