Oceania Cruises Launches Grandest Polynesia Season To Date

Palm trees on an atoll and a turquoise ocean
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Oceania Cruises has unveiled its most extensive Polynesia season to date, with the Nautica and Regatta set to sail in the region in 2025.

“Our 2025 collection of itineraries spanning Polynesia offers guests the opportunity to discover the astounding nature, rich culinary heritage, and deep-rooted cultural traditions of the South Pacific,” stated Frank A. Del Rio, president of Oceania Cruises.

“With only 670 guests on board our ultra-premium ships, there is no doubt that traveling through Polynesia with Oceania Cruises is by far the most relaxing and carefree way to experience the most relaxing and carefree place in the world.”

The 2025 South Pacific itineraries feature ten-day roundtrip sailings from Papeete that explore the region’s remote islands. Guests will have the chance to see marine life such as spinner dolphins, whales, and stingrays. The itineraries include stops at Nuku Hiva and overnight stays in Bora Bora.

The season will also offer longer voyages that extend beyond Polynesia, visiting Hawaii or New Zealand, as well as World Voyages lasting up to 111 days, concluding in destinations like Singapore, Cape Town, or Barcelona.

In addition, Oceania Cruises has collaborated with luxury and lifestyle travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler to design a collection of itineraries, including four listed among the 23 Condé Nast Traveler branded journeys.