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March 17, 2005

Oceania Cruises - What's New in 2005

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OCEANIA CRUISES—WHAT’S NEW IN 2005

New Destinations: Libya, Tunisia and Morocco
Debut of Nautica and voyages to the Far East and China
New Concierge Level Staterooms

NEW MEDITERRANEAN VOYAGES TO LIBYA, TUNISIA AND MOROCCO

Oceania Cruises is proud to present two very special voyages aboard Regatta and Insignia that visit the Mediterranean’s hidden jewels, including Libya, Tunisia and Morocco. These extraordinary voyages offer sophisticated travelers a remarkable opportunity to discover the rich cultural diversity and historical treasures of Tripoli and Benghazi in Libya while transporting them through centuries of history and ancient civilizations. Brimming with intriguing ports of call, these exceptional itineraries have been perfectly tailored to appeal to those discriminating travelers seeking exotic destinations and far-flung adventures. Having been off-limits to Americans for more than two decades, travelers can once discover the region’s wealth of incomparable archaeological treasures as they explore lands settled by the Romans, Phoenicians, Greeks and other great civilizations.

Regatta’s 12-day voyage sails from Barcelona to Lisbon on November 5, 2005. Ports of Call include:

Benghazi - Tripoli (overnight) - Valletta - La Goulette - Gibraltar - Casablanca - Seville

Insignia’s 10-day voyage sails from Athens to Barcelona on November 17, 2005. Ports of call include:

Benghazi - Tripoli (overnight) - Valletta - La Goulette - Monte Carlo - Marseille

While space aboard Regatta’s voyage to Libya is extremely limited, prime accommodations are available aboard Insignia’s November 17th voyage. Including Free Air, 2-for-1 cruise fares aboard Insignia’s November 17th voyage begin at $1,799 per guest for an inside stateroom.

NAUTICA’S INAUGURAL SEASON OF CRUISES TO THE FAR EAST AND CHINA

Oceania Cruises’ Nautica, the third and newest member of its highly acclaimed 5-Star fleet, charts a distinctly different course as she undertakes her inaugural season of voyages to Asia. Debuting on November 27, 2005, Nautica sets sail for the Far East and China, enchanting lands that overflow with centuries of history and culture. Offering more overnight port stays than any other premium cruise line, Oceania Cruises presents a comprehensive, in-depth travel experience. Overnight port stays in Beijing, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Shanghai, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Kyoto, Bombay, Luxor and Dubai provide two full days and an evening in each of these ports, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the local culture, history, lore and cuisine of these magnificent cities and surrounding regions. And to allow them more time to explore the extraordinary cities that we embark and disembark in, they 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.

CONCIERGE LEVEL STATEROOMS: SETTING THE STANDARD FOR LUXURY AND VALUE

A tasteful example of understated elegance, our new Concierge Level staterooms boast a private teak veranda, as well as a preferred location on Decks 7 and 8 of Regatta, Insignia and Nautica. They offer such extraordinary amenities as a welcome bottle of champagne; a refrigerated mini-bar; 20” color television and DVD player; personalized stationery; our exclusive Tranquility Bed, featuring 350 thread count Egyptian cotton linens; cashmere lap blanket; plush cotton robes and slippers; a complimentary tote bag; and exclusive bathroom fixtures including a hand-held hairdryer, Hansgrohe hand-held massaging shower heads and Concierge Grade toiletries.

In addition to the stateroom amenities, Oceania Cruises’ Concierge Level staterooms also offer guests special service enhancements: priority embarkation with a dedicated check-in desk and priority luggage delivery, priority restaurant reservations for Toscana and Polo Grill, and complimentary shoeshine service. Oceania Cruises’ new Concierge Level staterooms are yet another example of our continual efforts to provide our guests with an unrivaled cruise experience.

Press Release By Oceania Cruises

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Posted by Denise at March 17, 2005 08:28 PM

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March 17, 2005

Oceania Cruises - What's New in 2005

diamondprincess.jpg

OCEANIA CRUISES—WHAT’S NEW IN 2005

New Destinations: Libya, Tunisia and Morocco
Debut of Nautica and voyages to the Far East and China
New Concierge Level Staterooms

NEW MEDITERRANEAN VOYAGES TO LIBYA, TUNISIA AND MOROCCO

Oceania Cruises is proud to present two very special voyages aboard Regatta and Insignia that visit the Mediterranean’s hidden jewels, including Libya, Tunisia and Morocco. These extraordinary voyages offer sophisticated travelers a remarkable opportunity to discover the rich cultural diversity and historical treasures of Tripoli and Benghazi in Libya while transporting them through centuries of history and ancient civilizations. Brimming with intriguing ports of call, these exceptional itineraries have been perfectly tailored to appeal to those discriminating travelers seeking exotic destinations and far-flung adventures. Having been off-limits to Americans for more than two decades, travelers can once discover the region’s wealth of incomparable archaeological treasures as they explore lands settled by the Romans, Phoenicians, Greeks and other great civilizations.

Regatta’s 12-day voyage sails from Barcelona to Lisbon on November 5, 2005. Ports of Call include:

Benghazi - Tripoli (overnight) - Valletta - La Goulette - Gibraltar - Casablanca - Seville

Insignia’s 10-day voyage sails from Athens to Barcelona on November 17, 2005. Ports of call include:

Benghazi - Tripoli (overnight) - Valletta - La Goulette - Monte Carlo - Marseille

While space aboard Regatta’s voyage to Libya is extremely limited, prime accommodations are available aboard Insignia’s November 17th voyage. Including Free Air, 2-for-1 cruise fares aboard Insignia’s November 17th voyage begin at $1,799 per guest for an inside stateroom.

NAUTICA’S INAUGURAL SEASON OF CRUISES TO THE FAR EAST AND CHINA

Oceania Cruises’ Nautica, the third and newest member of its highly acclaimed 5-Star fleet, charts a distinctly different course as she undertakes her inaugural season of voyages to Asia. Debuting on November 27, 2005, Nautica sets sail for the Far East and China, enchanting lands that overflow with centuries of history and culture. Offering more overnight port stays than any other premium cruise line, Oceania Cruises presents a comprehensive, in-depth travel experience. Overnight port stays in Beijing, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Shanghai, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Kyoto, Bombay, Luxor and Dubai provide two full days and an evening in each of these ports, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the local culture, history, lore and cuisine of these magnificent cities and surrounding regions. And to allow them more time to explore the extraordinary cities that we embark and disembark in, they 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.

CONCIERGE LEVEL STATEROOMS: SETTING THE STANDARD FOR LUXURY AND VALUE

A tasteful example of understated elegance, our new Concierge Level staterooms boast a private teak veranda, as well as a preferred location on Decks 7 and 8 of Regatta, Insignia and Nautica. They offer such extraordinary amenities as a welcome bottle of champagne; a refrigerated mini-bar; 20” color television and DVD player; personalized stationery; our exclusive Tranquility Bed, featuring 350 thread count Egyptian cotton linens; cashmere lap blanket; plush cotton robes and slippers; a complimentary tote bag; and exclusive bathroom fixtures including a hand-held hairdryer, Hansgrohe hand-held massaging shower heads and Concierge Grade toiletries.

In addition to the stateroom amenities, Oceania Cruises’ Concierge Level staterooms also offer guests special service enhancements: priority embarkation with a dedicated check-in desk and priority luggage delivery, priority restaurant reservations for Toscana and Polo Grill, and complimentary shoeshine service. Oceania Cruises’ new Concierge Level staterooms are yet another example of our continual efforts to provide our guests with an unrivaled cruise experience.

Press Release By Oceania Cruises

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

Posted by Denise at March 17, 2005 08:28 PM

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