Set sail on a journey of culinairy discovery with Oceania Cruises

At Oceania Cruises guests experience luxury, comfort and style like never before. The leading global leader in culinary and destination cruises sails to the most special places and exceeds all expectations in terms of service and gastronomy.

The luxury cruise line is launching its brand new 2025 Summer Collection Voyages, an extensive and varied line-up of more than 100 routes, plus almost 50 Grand Voyages. The collection of diverse voyages includes several sailings across the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, the northern regions of Iceland, Greenland and the Canadian coasts; as well as the capitals of Scandinavia, the Norwegian fjords and the British Isles. Trip durations range from seven to 56 days and travelers can explore special places such as 10 new ports of call, including Cesme, Turkey; Kemi, Finland; Lulea, Sweden; Maniitsoq, Greenland; Pozzallo (Sicily), Italy; Samos, Greece; Scrabster, Scotland; Sibenik, Croatia; Sundsvall, Sweden; and Vaasa, Finland.

2025 Summer Collection highlights

● Allura, Oceania Cruises’ newest ship, will travel to some of the most intriguing and inspiring destinations including Cádiz, Cagliari, Messina, Palma de Mallorca, Palermo and Cinque Terre during her inaugural European season. Following her summer season in the Mediterranean, Allura will sail to Canada and New England for an extended season in North America, before beginning her first winter season in the Caribbean.

● Riviera sails in Alaska for the first time with more than a dozen explorations of the wilderness of the Last Frontier. With itineraries ranging from 7 to 12 days, travelers will discover glaciers, pristine wilderness and the region’s unique local culture combined with Riviera’s luxurious ambiance and countless gourmet culinary experiences on board, creating unforgettable travel experiences.

● Oceania Cruises offers a stunning range of Iceland and Greenland intensive itineraries with nine voyages to the region, including two sailings from New York and two sailings from Montreal.

● For the first time ever, Oceania Cruises will sail the summer season in French Polynesia and Hawaii with a tempting selection of seven new exotic sailings and itineraries ranging from 10 to 18 days. The new voyages will visit the region during the ideal months of August, September and October with itineraries covering the beautiful blue lagoon of Bora Bora, the black sandy beaches of Tahiti, the colorful coral reefs of Raiatea, the soaring mountains in the green jungles of Nuku Hiva and more. Four of the seven new sailings connect French Polynesia with the fascinating craters, dramatic canyons and lush waterfalls of the Hawaiian archipelago.

The Finest Cuisine at Sea

Oceania Cruises is the preferred cruise line for culinary enthusiasts with several top-level specialty restaurants, where guests are gastronomically pampered, unlimited and without surcharge.

With one chef on board for every ten guests and half of the staff dedicated to meal preparation and service, Oceania Cruises offers a top-class culinary experience. Recently, Chef Alexis Quaretti, the Senior Culinary Director of Oceania Cruises, was inducted into the prestigious ranks of the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France. The luxury cruise line is therefore the only major company with two master chefs of France.

Every dish served on board is the result of the creative efforts and extensive testing of Quaretti and his talented culinary team. The ever-changing menus draw inspiration from his worldwide travels, his French craftsmanship and his passion for using the very best and freshest ingredients.

5 exceptional journeys full of culinary discoveries

In 2025, the cruise line will continue to focus on culinary discoveries all over the world. Here is a selection of 5 exceptional journeys full of culinary discoveries:

Hong Kong to Bali

Oriental cuisine is among the tastiest in the world and where better to discover it than in Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and Indonesia? This voyage also permits to discover dozens of world heritage sites. Depart Hong Kong on June 3 and arrive in Bali 20 days later with a suitcase full of memories.

Price: from €6,069 per guest

Athens to Istanbul – inaugural sailing

During Allura’s first sailing, departing from Athens on June 8, 2025, guests can fully enjoy Greek specialties in Santorini, Heraklion and Rhodes. travellers can then experience Turkish cuisine in Bodrum, Ephesus and Canakkale before arriving in Istanbul on June 15.

Price: from €3,149 per person

San Diego to New York

On July 3, Insignia will depart from San Diego for a 20-day trip to New York. During this trip you will discover local dishes in Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Costa Rica before sailing through the Panama Canal. The ship then sails via Colombia and the Cayman Islands to Florida before reaching New York.

Price: from €4,739 per guest

Papeete to Honolulu

Regatta departs Papeete (Tahiti) on July 17 for a 15-day trip to Honolulu. During this magical journey guests can discover exotic delights in Bora Bora, among others, after which the luxury ship sets sail via the South Pacific to beautiful destinations such as Hilo, Kahului, Nawiliwili and Honolulu in Hawaii.

Price: from €3,579 per guest

Rome to New York

A transatlantic cruise is the best way to enjoy all the luxury that Allura offers. Depart Rome on August 27 for a 34-day journey through the best of the Mediterranean. Guests then sail to Canada via the flower island of Madeira. The end point of this special journey of discovery is New York.

Price: from €12,519 per guest

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