Oceania to Sail New World Cruise in 2019

Oceania Marina in Havana

Aboard Oceania Cruises' Insignia, the Around the World voyage sails more than 45,000 nautical miles across two oceans and 16 seas, while visiting 90 destinations in 36 countries. The voyage will depart from New York on January 11, 2019; Miami on January 14, 2019; and Los Angeles on January 30, 2019. 

The voyage begins by sailing to the islands of Hawaii and the South Pacific before heading to New Zealand and Australia. From there, guests aboard the Insignia will travel to Asia, various locations throughout the Mediterranean, Canada and Bermuda

Additionally, the itinerary has 14 overnight stays, including: Bali, Indonesia; Hong Kong, China; Yangon, Myanmar; and Luxor, Egypt. For guests booked on one of the full world cruises, the Around the World journey will also include a host of free exclusive shore events in Tokyo, Japan; Jerusalem, Israel; and Bordeaux, France

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“Our exciting 2019 Around the World Journey offers guests an expertly crafted route spanning the four corners of the globe, touching on nearly 100 captivating destinations and dozens of UNESCO World-Heritage sites,” said Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises. “It’s truly the journey of a lifetime. The added convenience of three departures, new for 2019, brings guests greater flexibility and can help simplify their travel plans.” 

The Insignia caters to guests with 400 professionally trained staff, four open-seating gourmet restaurants, and 342 staterooms and suites. Oceania Cruises’ world journey also includes an array of valuable amenities including: free first class roundtrip airfare along with the Exclusive Prestige Package, perks such as free pre-paid gratuities, free onboard medical care and free laundry service.

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