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Free FIRST CLASS Roundtrip Airfare
Early Booking Savings up to 70%
Exclusive Prestige Package
Free Pre-Paid Gratuities
Free 1-Night Pre-cruise Luxury Hotel Stay
Free Onboard Medical Services
Free Luggage Delivery
Free Unlimited Laundry Services
Free Unlimited Internet
Free Exclusive Shoreside Events
Free Comprehensive Visa Package
Free Roundtrip Transfers
The Journey of a Lifetime
Sao Tome and Principe
Trinidad and Tobago
Early Booking Fares
from $39,999 per person
Booking Window: July 17 - September 17, 2013
Continents visited: 5
Countries visited: 44
Islands visited: 45
Ports visited: 90
National capitals visited: 17
Overnight stays: 18
Largest population: Shanghai, China
Smallest population: Devil's Island, French Guiana
UNESCO World Heritage Sites accessible: 47
Time zones crossed: 24
Oceans cruised: 3
Seas cruised: 10
Nautical miles sailed: 46,837
Oceania Cruises is thrilled to unveil the most spectacular voyage ever offered in its 10-year history. Fulfill every traveler's grandest dream and sail around the world on the journey of a lifetime. From magnificent cities and quaint coastal towns to soaring mountains and island paradises, explore all of the world's greatest treasures on one unforgettable voyage.
A journey of this scale cannot be rushed. Unlike the Jules Verne characters who were given just 80 days to circumnavigate the globe, you will enjoy a leisurely voyage of 180 days, with ample time to explore each fascinating destination and indulge in all of the luxurious amenities onboard. Relax in elegance and comfort, savor exquisite cuisine and relish the fact that it all comes at the extraordinary value for which Oceania Cruises is renowned.
Insignia - Her decks are resplendent in the finest teak and custom stone and tile work. Her lounges, suites and staterooms boast luxurious, neo-classical furnishings. Insignia offers every luxury you expect. Four unique, open seating restaurants; a world class fitness center and spa, eight lounges and bars, and a casino. With just 684 guests to pamper, 400 professionally trained European staff members ensure you will want for nothing.
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Restaurants and Cuisine
Sailing around the globe offers the chance to sample some of the finest cuisine in the world at the very best shoreside restaurants. Sailing around the globe with Oceania Cruises means you will enjoy equally exquisite cuisine onboard the ship. Inspired by the legendary Master Chef Jacques Pépin, who is Executive Culinary Director for Oceania Cruises, the talented chefs onboard Insignia create culinary masterpieces. From Continental classics in the Grand Dining Room to authentic Italian cuisine in Toscana to perfectly prepared steaks and seafood in Polo Grill, the options are nearly endless. Of course, a voyage of this scale must take full advantage of the opportunity to explore world cuisines, so special events will highlight fabulous local fare. Perhaps the buffet in Terrace Café features delicious Thai specialties while cruising the Gulf of Thailand, or a deck party takes on a Polynesian flair as you sail the South Pacific. Regardless of the region, an array of culinary delights awaits you.
While the magnificent worldwide destinations are certainly the star attraction on this grand voyage, you will enjoy an abundance of entertaining activities onboard the ship as well, many designed to further enhance your experiences ashore. A bevy of experts will share personal insights on the history, arts, culture and cuisine of the fascinating ports of call you will visit, so you can experience each to its fullest. Other special guests will be onboard to help celebrate the pure joys of cruising. Enjoy a bridge tournament conducted by a master of the game, listen to a talented pianist interpret a classic concerto or learn the secrets of regional cuisine from a local chef. On days when you wish to simply relax, the luxurious Canyon Ranch SpaClub®, the plush English-style library or a Balinese day bed poolside offer the perfect retreat in which to savor every moment of this wonderful journey.
Canyon Ranch SpaClub®
Healthy living and spiritual awareness are at the very heart of the Canyon Ranch philosophy. Pushing the boundaries of spa services well beyond the traditional, its award-winning health resorts have been transforming lives since 1979, when the first one was created in Arizona's spectacular Sonoran Desert. Oceania Cruises and Canyon Ranch have recreated that unique, inspiring environment onboard our ships. Through fitness, exquisite Canyon Ranch cuisine and a multitude of healing therapies, you can discover ways to unleash your untapped potential and make positive changes in your life. Of course, the star element of any Canyon Ranch experience is a spa treatment that will leave you wondering how anything could feel quite so perfect.
Lose yourself in deep relaxation with a signature Canyon Stone Massage or perhaps a Thai Massage, which originated in Buddhist monasteries. Ease into the soothing waters of the private, open-air whirlpool spa. All Concierge Level and Suite guests enjoy FREE unlimited access to the beautifully appointed Canyon Ranch SpaClub private Spa Terrace. More opportunities await you in the state-of-the-art fitness center, where you may exercise on the latest fitness equipment or join a class in indoor cycling, aerobics, Pilates or yoga. We encourage you to attend complimentary presentations on how to enhance nutritional balance and spiritual wellness.
Suites and Staterooms
After a day spent exploring the world's delights, your luxurious suite or stateroom provides a welcoming retreat. Designed with an eye for exquisite detail and supreme comfort, our spacious accommodations ensure that you always feel perfectly at home. From the gracious furnishings to the upscale toiletries, every amenity you could imagine is right at your fingertips. Whether you are indulging in the complimentary room service or lounging on the heavenly Prestige Tranquility Bed, this is the ultimate haven in which to relax and recharge.
Exceptional value has always been a hallmark of Oceania Cruises. Beyond the incredible savings of our 2 for 1 Cruise Fares, we feature countless complimentary amenities, and we never charge a dining supplement in our gourmet restaurants. For this magnificent journey around the world, we are offering an even greater value unprecedented in the history of Oceania Cruises. Guests on this voyage receive extraordinary additional savings, from free First Class airfare to a free pre-cruise luxury hotel stay to free onboard laundry, Internet and medical services. Best of all, you can take advantage of this amazing value without the slightest compromise on the quality of the experience. We are committed to exceeding your expectations in every way with the world's greatest destinations, the finest cuisine at sea, luxurious accommodations and impeccable service. When you sail around the globe with Oceania Cruises, the best value in upscale cruising becomes even better.
Early Booking Savings up to 70%
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Concierge Level Veranda
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Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom
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Ocean View Stateroom
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Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Cruise-related government fees and taxes are included. Checked baggage fees may apply.
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FREE BUSINESS CLASS AIRFARE
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Exclusive Shore Events
OPEN-AIR DINNER AT SWAKOP RIVER CANYON
February 11, 2015
Just beyond Walvis Bay, the Swakop River Canyon has been likened to a moonscape with its unusual rock formations and dry riverbeds seared into the landscape by the glaring sun. Sunset is the most stunning time of day to visit this canyon, as the fading light casts dramatic shadows across the stark environment. Tables draped in linen are an elegant contrast to the glowing desert, and myriad candles surround the festivities, creating an ethereal glow as they reflect off the canyon walls. After a dinner featuring local dishes, the relaxed atmosphere will be enhanced by conversation around a crackling fire.
March 15, 2015 (Option One)
Amarapura, the "immortal city," is a former royal capital and home to Mahagandayon Monastery, one of the largest in Myanmar. Nearby you can cross U Bein's famous teak footbridge, one of the longest wooden bridge in the world. Mandalay, the last royal capital of the Myanmar Empire, was founded by King Mindon in 1859. Visit its most sacred shrine, the Mahamuni Pagoda, where gold leaf is applied regularly to the revered Mahamuni Buddha. The Kuthodaw Pagoda houses the world's largest book, inscribed with the canon of Buddhist scripture. Climb holy Mandalay Hill for a serene view of the beautiful city below.
ANCIENT TEMPLES OF BAGAN
March 16, 2015 (Option Two)
Originally founded in 849 AD, Bagan became the first capital of a unified Myanmar Empire under the reign of King Anawrahta. Home to more than 2,000 religious shrines, it is one of the richest archaeological sites in Asia and one of the architectural wonders of the world. You will be awed by the details of each monumental masterpiece. Visit the Ananda Temple, the Gubyaukgyi Temple and the Dhammayangyi Temple, the most massive in Bagan.
PRIVATE COCKTAIL PARTY AT
JIM THOMPSON HOUSE
March 27, 2015
Often credited with reviving the Thai silk industry, Jim Thompson retired to Bangkok after serving in World War II and created the Jim Thompson Thai Silk Company. Since his disappearance in 1967, little has changed at his house, once the city's most celebrated social center. You will be welcomed by an Angkalung band and treated to a fascinating tour of the residence. Enveloped by a beautiful jungle garden, the complex is made up of six Thai-style teak houses. The evening concludes with a cocktail party and an award-winning traditional Thai puppet show.
EXCLUSIVE TOUR & LUNCH AT THE
GREAT WALL OF CHINA
April 15, 2015
One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Great Wall of China is over 2,000 years old and 5,500 miles long, beginning at the Yellow Sea, crossing five provinces and ending at the Gobi Desert. Guests will experience this incredible landmark in a unique setting. Surrounded by lush greenery, enjoy a delicious lunch in an exclusive venue at the foot of an original section of the wall. After lunch explore the Great Wall of Badaling, the first section of the wall opened to tourists after being restored in 1957.
1940s PATRIOTIC EVENING ABOARD
THE BATTLESHIP MISSOURI
June 14, 2015
Located on historic Battleship Row in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, a mere ship-length away from the USS Arizona Memorial, the USS Missouri is best known as the site of the end of World War II. Often referred to as "Mighty Mo," the decks of this battleship were where General Douglas MacArthur accepted the official surrender of Japan in September 1945. As the sun sets behind the Waianae mountain range, tour this hallowed vessel and enjoy hors d'oeuvres, cocktails and patriotic performances of tunes from the 1940s.
Shore Excursion Packages
Gain insight into the culture, history and cuisine of the fascinating ports of call you will visit, all at a substantial savings. We have designed packages tailored to your personal preferences in which you can experience each destination to the fullest.
UNLIMITED PASSPORT COLLECTION
Enjoy unlimited shore excursions throughout the voyage, all for one low price
Save up to 40% off regular à la carte prices
As an added bonus, receive discounts off Oceania Choice and Exclusive excursions
YOUR WORLD COLLECTION
Flexibility to custom design your own collection of excursions
Save 25% off regular à la carte prices, subject to a minimum number of excursions reserved
WALVIS BAY, NAMIBIA
Overnight | February 11-12
Although rimmed by the inhospitable Namib Desert, Walvis Bay boasts a natural lagoon that attracts thousands of birds, including flamingos, pelicans and migratory species. Just outside of town, Dune 7 is the highest sand dune in the coastal dune belt and offers an impressive view of the desert. The region also reflects the influence of German settlers who came here over a century ago, as evidenced in the colonial buildings, Lutheran church and charming museum in the nearby town of Swakopmund.
CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA
2 Overnights | February 14-16
Gorgeous Table Mountain looms above the city of Cape Town. For breathtaking views, ride the cable car to the summit and enjoy lunch in the mountaintop café. At the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, you can observe baboons, ostriches and amazing ocean vistas from Cape Point. With two full nights in port, you'll still have plenty of time for a jaunt to Stellenbosch in the heart of South African wine country, where you can taste some of the region's finest vintages.
Overnight | March 4-5
Gorgeous and romantic, the islands of the Seychelles define tropical beauty. A mountain range runs through the spine of Mahé, the largest island, and scenic national parks have sprung up around it, attracting hikers and nature enthusiasts. Still, it's the idyllic beaches that have immortalized Mahé and its laidback capital of Victoria. Spend a full day relaxing on the white sands and then another day exploring the beautiful cathedrals, fascinating museums and historic clock tower of Victoria.
RANGOON, BURMA (YANGON, MYANMAR)
2 Overnights | March 15-17
In a land of temples, treasures and tumultuous history, Yangon is a city where one could spend days just visiting the magnificent religious sites. See the splendor of the Shwedagon Pagoda, a golden shrine towering to a height of 326 feet. Nearby visit the Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda with its gigantic reclining Buddha statue measuring more than 200 feet long. The Botahtaung Pagoda was named after the 1,000 military leaders who escorted the sacred hair relics of Buddha that were brought from India over 2,000 years ago.
2 Overnights | March 21-23
Discover the delightful diversity of Singapore, from charming Chinatown to colorful Little India to Arab Street and the massive Sultan Mosque. The Asian Civilisations Museum tells of the many Asian cultures that have influenced Singapore. Gaze at 20,000 beautiful blooms in the National Orchid Garden and observe nocturnal creatures in their natural habitat at the unique Night Safari. For a historical perspective, visit the Kranji War Memorial and the Changi Chapel and Museum, dedicated to those who lost their lives during World War II.
Overnight | March 27-28
From its golden temples to its bustling markets, the city of Bangkok will delight you at every turn. A massive complex of bejeweled and gilded buildings, the Royal Grand Palace enshrines the famous Emerald Buddha within the temple known as Wat Phra Kaeo. The enormous Reclining Buddha is housed in Wat Pho, the oldest and largest temple in Bangkok and the birthplace of traditional Thai massage. You also
shouldn't miss the unique museum displaying the ornately decorated royal barges.
SAIGON (HO CHI MINH CITY), VIETNAM
Overnight | March 30-31
Now known as Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon has a rich heritage revealed in its lovely pagodas, colonial architecture and broad boulevards. Take an exhilarating ride on a local pedicab through the
bustling streets to the vibrant markets of historic Chinatown. Or venture outside the city to one of the most important battlegrounds of the Vietnam War, the vast underground complex of the Cu Chi Tunnels. Explore the lush countryside of farms, rice paddies and villages with a cruise on the Mekong River.
HANOI (HAY LONG BAY), VIETNAM
Overnight | April 2-3
Cruise amidst the exquisite beauty of Ha Long Bay with its monolithic limestone islands and famous morning mists before traveling along the Red River to Vietnam's capital city of Hanoi. Enjoy the French Colonial architecture and the wonderful Old Quarter. Visit the impressive Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and then learn the story of the leader's life at the Ho Chi Minh Museum. Further history is revealed at the remains of Hoa Lo Prison, where American servicemen were held during the Vietnam War.
HONG KONG, CHINA
Overnight | April 5-6
Hong Kong is a unique juxtaposition of the ancient and modern with historic temples wedged amidst gleaming skyscrapers. The lights of the city at night are a spectacle not to be missed. Check out the popular Temple Street Night Market as well as the bustling Stanley Market and the antique shops along Hollywood Road. Cross the channel to Lantau Island to visit the Po Lin Monastery, home of the giant Tian
Tan Buddha, and dine at a floating seafood restaurant in Aberdeen.
2 Overnights | April 10-12
Begin your exploration of this city of contrasts at the waterfront district known as The Bund, where modern structures mingle with classic European architecture. Across the Huangpu River, the Oriental Pearl Tower offers a bird's-eye view. Visit the impressive art museum and the renowned 16th century Yu Yuan Gardens. To enjoy the city by night, see an acrobatic show or browse in local markets. Multiple days in port also allow time to explore the canals of the famed garden cities of Suzhou or Wuxi.
BEIJING (TIANJIN), CHINA
Overnight | April 14-15
Travel from Tianjin through the North China countryside to see a scenic section of the iconic Great Wall at Huangyaguan. Or hop on a bullet train to Beijing and visit the amazing gates and palaces of the Forbidden City, home to emperors and off-limits to foreigners for hundreds of years. A stroll through infamous Tiananmen Square takes you to landmarks such as the Great Hall of the People, the National
Museum of China, the Monument to the People's Heroes and Chairman Mao Memorial Hall.
BALI (BENOA), INDONESIA
Overnight | May 3-4
Experience this exquisite island as you explore the lush countryside of terraced rice fields, towering volcanoes and tropical forests. Relax on any number of long, sandy beaches. Numerous temples dot the landscape, such as the Mother Temple of Besakih, the largest and most important Hindu temple in Bali. Perched on the slope of Mount Agung, it offers wonderful panoramic views. Traditional Balinese dance is also part of religious expression in Bali, so be sure to catch a performance of this ancient ritual.
Overnight | May 10-11
Sail from Cairns to a section of the Great Barrier Reef where you can view the reef from a glass-bottomed boat or even snorkel amidst the stunning coral and diverse marine life. Travel inland to the magnificent rainforest on the Kuranda Scenic Railway, which meanders through rugged mountains, spectacular waterfalls and deep ravines. At the Rainforestation Nature Park, you can cuddle a koala and feed freeroaming kangaroos or learn about Aboriginal customs and traditions.
PAPEETE (TAHITI), FRENCH POLYNESIA
Overnight | June 3-4
The island of Tahiti offers spectacular scenery, from pristine beaches to the cascading Faarumai Waterfalls to the Arahoho Blowhole, a geyser spouting from the sea cliff. But you'll also want to explore the interesting history of the island. The Museum of Tahiti and Her Islands is one of the finest in the South Pacific, and the Paul Gauguin Museum tells the story of the famous artist so inspired by this land. Ancient history is revealed at the sacred archaeological site of the Arahurahu Marae.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Kakadu National Park (Darwin)
Great Barrier Reef (Cairns)
Wet Tropics of Queensland (Cairns)
Gondwana Rainforests (Brisbane)
Sydney Opera House
Australian Convict Sites (Sydney)
Greater Blue Mountains Area (Sydney)
Tasmanian Wilderness (Hobart)
Royal Palaces of Abomey
Historic Centre of the Town of Olinda (Recife)
Historic Centre of Macao (Hong Kong)
Fujian Tulou (Xiamen)
Classical Gardens of Suzhou (Shanghai)
West Lake Cultural Landscape of Hangzhou (Shanghai)
The Great Wall (Bejing/Tianjin)
Imperial Palaces of the Ming and Qing Dynasties in Beijing
Summer Palace, an Imperial Garden in Beijing
Temple of Heaven: an Imperial Sacrificial Altar in Beijing
Imperial Tombs of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (Beijing)
Peking Man Site at Zhoukoudian (Beijing)
Western Ghats (Mangalore/Cochin)
Komodo National Park
Cultural Landscape of Bali Province
Sacred Mijikenda Kaya Forests
Fort Jesus, Mombasa
Melaka, Historic City of the Straits of Malacca
Kinabalu Park (Kota Kinabalu)
Island of Mozambique
Twyfelfontein ancient rock engravings
Ruins of León Viejo
Baroque Churches of the Philippines
Robben Island (Cape Town)
Cape Floral Region Protected Areas (Cape Town)
uKhahlamba / Drakensberg Park (Durban)
Changdeokgung Palace Complex
Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty
Stone Town of Zanzibar
Historic City of Ayutthaya (Bangkok)
Everglades National Park (Miami)
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (Hilo)
Central Sector of the Imperial Citadel of
Thang Long – Hanoi