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February 03, 2005

Oceania Cruises Announces Nautica’s Inaugural Season of Voyages to Asia

OCEANIA CRUISES
Your World. Your Way.

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Oceania Cruises Announces Nautica’s Inaugural Season of Voyages to Asia

Oceania Cruises is proud to announce that on November 28, 2005, our luxurious world will expand exponentially with the arrival of Nautica, joining Regatta and Insignia to form an exquisite triumvirate that calls on the world’s most extraordinary ports in Europe, South America, the Caribbean and now, Southeast Asia and China.

Nautica, the third and newest member of our highly acclaimed, 5-Star fleet, charts a distinctly different course as she undertakes her inaugural season of voyages to Asia. Debuting on November 28, 2005, Nautica sets sail from Athens for the Far East, an enchanting land that overflows with history and fires the imagination. Beijing is a gateway to discovery, where you may explore the Forbidden City, the Great Wall of China or march with the Terracotta Warriors in the famed city of Xian. Hong Kong, with its bustling harbor and famed skyline is a virtual treasure chest of exploration. Blissful Bangkok brims with 400 temples, surrounded by peaceful villages, teak forests, tropical islands and idyllic seaside resorts. An intriguing land that is nearly impossible to resist, our 2-for-1 cruise fares with FREE roundtrip airfare starting at just $3,299 per guest make Asia and the Far East simply irresistible.

“Having done extensive research and polling of our past guests and travel partners, Southeast Asia and the Far East were the resounding favorites among destinations they wished to sail to. Our Oceania Club members are extremely loyal, many of them having sailed with us 6 or more times to Europe, the Caribbean and South America,” stated Bob Binder, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Oceania Cruises. With eight departures ranging from 15 to 35 days in length, guests are presented with an enticing array of voyages from which to choose, many of which may be combined to create Grand Voyages of 50 days or more in length. “As a leader in destination cruising, presenting destinations rich in historical, cultural and culinary experiences is a top priority and we expect these cruises to be phenomenally popular among past guests and new guests alike,” added Binder.

Magical Maiden Voyage - Athens to Singapore
24 Days - November 28, 2005
Athens, Cairo, Luxor, Muscat, Dubai, Bombay, Cochin, Phuket, Singapore

Far East Fantasy - Singapore to Hong Kong
15 Days - December 22, 2005; January 6, 2006 (reverse); January 21, 2006
Singapore, Sianhoukville, Bangkok, Saigon, Hanoi, Canton, Hong Kong

Pagodas and Palaces - Hong Kong to Bangkok
15 Days - February 5, 2006
Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu, Muara, Nha Trang, Saigon, Singapore, Ko Samui, Bangkok

Treasures of the Orient - Bangkok to Beijing
24 Days - February 20, 2006
Bangkok, Kota Kinabalu, Ho Chi Minh City, Danang, Hanoi, Hong Kong, Taipei, Kagoshima, Nagasaki, Shanghai, Seoul, Beijing

Oriental Interlude - Beijing to Hong Kong
15 Days - March 16, 2006
Beijing, Seoul, Hiroshima, Kyoto, Okinawa, Sakishima Islands, Taipei, Hong Kong

The Route of Marco Polo - Hong Kong to Athens
35 Days - March 31, 2006
Hong Kong, Danang, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Singapore, Phuket, Mormugao, Bombay, Salalah, Luxor, Aqaba, Sharm El Sheik, Cairo, Athens

Offering more overnights than any other premium cruise line, Oceania Cruises will bring you more culture, more history and offer a comprehensive, in-depth experience. You will experience overnight port stays in Beijing, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Shanghai, Hanoi, Saigon, Kyoto, Bombay, Luxor and Dubai. With two full days and an evening in each of these ports, you can immerse yourself in the local culture, history, lore and cuisine of these magnificent cities and surrounding regions. And to allow you more time to explore the “Star Cities” that we embark and disembark in, you may take advantage of pre- and post-cruise hotel stays or extended land tours of three to nine days to such mystical locales as Chiangmai, Myanmar, Guilin, Siem Reap, Beijing and The Great Wall, Xian and the Yangtze River.

Of course, you will travel to these mystical, magical lands in Oceania Cruises’ inimitable style and flair. You’ll dine on the finest cuisine at sea, meticulously crafted by Master Chef, Jacques Pépin. Each and every suite or stateroom is an oasis of tranquility and comfort; the centerpiece is our exclusive Tranquility Bed which provides a sleep experience so sublime, it started a cruise industry revolution. And as one of only 684 guests being served by 400 staff members, you will receive a level of service and pampering that is unrivaled.

Oceania Cruises is the highest rated premium cruise line according to the readers of Travel + Leisure Magazine in the 2004 “World’s Best Awards”. Featuring three intimate and luxurious 684-guest ships, REGATTA, INSIGNIA and NAUTICA, Oceania Cruises is setting a new, worldwide standard for luxury cruising with the finest cuisine at sea, exceptional personalized service, grand style, and luxurious accommodations coupled with extraordinary value.

Press Release By Oceania Cruises

For Additional Information About Oceania Cruises Asia Cruises Click Here!
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Posted by Denise at February 3, 2005 09:04 AM

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Oceania Cruises Announces Nautica’s Inaugural Season of Voyages to Asia

OCEANIA CRUISES
Your World. Your Way.

diamondprincess.jpg

Oceania Cruises Announces Nautica’s Inaugural Season of Voyages to Asia

Oceania Cruises is proud to announce that on November 28, 2005, our luxurious world will expand exponentially with the arrival of Nautica, joining Regatta and Insignia to form an exquisite triumvirate that calls on the world’s most extraordinary ports in Europe, South America, the Caribbean and now, Southeast Asia and China.

Nautica, the third and newest member of our highly acclaimed, 5-Star fleet, charts a distinctly different course as she undertakes her inaugural season of voyages to Asia. Debuting on November 28, 2005, Nautica sets sail from Athens for the Far East, an enchanting land that overflows with history and fires the imagination. Beijing is a gateway to discovery, where you may explore the Forbidden City, the Great Wall of China or march with the Terracotta Warriors in the famed city of Xian. Hong Kong, with its bustling harbor and famed skyline is a virtual treasure chest of exploration. Blissful Bangkok brims with 400 temples, surrounded by peaceful villages, teak forests, tropical islands and idyllic seaside resorts. An intriguing land that is nearly impossible to resist, our 2-for-1 cruise fares with FREE roundtrip airfare starting at just $3,299 per guest make Asia and the Far East simply irresistible.

“Having done extensive research and polling of our past guests and travel partners, Southeast Asia and the Far East were the resounding favorites among destinations they wished to sail to. Our Oceania Club members are extremely loyal, many of them having sailed with us 6 or more times to Europe, the Caribbean and South America,” stated Bob Binder, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Oceania Cruises. With eight departures ranging from 15 to 35 days in length, guests are presented with an enticing array of voyages from which to choose, many of which may be combined to create Grand Voyages of 50 days or more in length. “As a leader in destination cruising, presenting destinations rich in historical, cultural and culinary experiences is a top priority and we expect these cruises to be phenomenally popular among past guests and new guests alike,” added Binder.

Magical Maiden Voyage - Athens to Singapore
24 Days - November 28, 2005
Athens, Cairo, Luxor, Muscat, Dubai, Bombay, Cochin, Phuket, Singapore

Far East Fantasy - Singapore to Hong Kong
15 Days - December 22, 2005; January 6, 2006 (reverse); January 21, 2006
Singapore, Sianhoukville, Bangkok, Saigon, Hanoi, Canton, Hong Kong

Pagodas and Palaces - Hong Kong to Bangkok
15 Days - February 5, 2006
Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu, Muara, Nha Trang, Saigon, Singapore, Ko Samui, Bangkok

Treasures of the Orient - Bangkok to Beijing
24 Days - February 20, 2006
Bangkok, Kota Kinabalu, Ho Chi Minh City, Danang, Hanoi, Hong Kong, Taipei, Kagoshima, Nagasaki, Shanghai, Seoul, Beijing

Oriental Interlude - Beijing to Hong Kong
15 Days - March 16, 2006
Beijing, Seoul, Hiroshima, Kyoto, Okinawa, Sakishima Islands, Taipei, Hong Kong

The Route of Marco Polo - Hong Kong to Athens
35 Days - March 31, 2006
Hong Kong, Danang, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Singapore, Phuket, Mormugao, Bombay, Salalah, Luxor, Aqaba, Sharm El Sheik, Cairo, Athens

Offering more overnights than any other premium cruise line, Oceania Cruises will bring you more culture, more history and offer a comprehensive, in-depth experience. You will experience overnight port stays in Beijing, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Shanghai, Hanoi, Saigon, Kyoto, Bombay, Luxor and Dubai. With two full days and an evening in each of these ports, you can immerse yourself in the local culture, history, lore and cuisine of these magnificent cities and surrounding regions. And to allow you more time to explore the “Star Cities” that we embark and disembark in, you may take advantage of pre- and post-cruise hotel stays or extended land tours of three to nine days to such mystical locales as Chiangmai, Myanmar, Guilin, Siem Reap, Beijing and The Great Wall, Xian and the Yangtze River.

Of course, you will travel to these mystical, magical lands in Oceania Cruises’ inimitable style and flair. You’ll dine on the finest cuisine at sea, meticulously crafted by Master Chef, Jacques Pépin. Each and every suite or stateroom is an oasis of tranquility and comfort; the centerpiece is our exclusive Tranquility Bed which provides a sleep experience so sublime, it started a cruise industry revolution. And as one of only 684 guests being served by 400 staff members, you will receive a level of service and pampering that is unrivaled.

Oceania Cruises is the highest rated premium cruise line according to the readers of Travel + Leisure Magazine in the 2004 “World’s Best Awards”. Featuring three intimate and luxurious 684-guest ships, REGATTA, INSIGNIA and NAUTICA, Oceania Cruises is setting a new, worldwide standard for luxury cruising with the finest cuisine at sea, exceptional personalized service, grand style, and luxurious accommodations coupled with extraordinary value.

Press Release By Oceania Cruises

For Additional Information About Oceania Cruises Asia Cruises Click Here!
For Additional Information About Oceania Cruises European Cruises Click Here!

Posted by Denise at February 3, 2005 09:04 AM

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