Allura is Oceania's eighth ship. Credit: Oceania Cruises

Big news for Oceania Cruises’ 2025 summer season

Author: Daniel Edward

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Oceania Cruises’ new season release includes more than 100 new voyages to tempt seasoned and first-time cruisers alike

There’s a buzz about Oceania Cruises these days, with the exciting release of their 2025 summer season, including the inaugural sailings of their soon-to-launch ship Allura.

The luxury line sails in all the favourite cruising hotspots, as well as further afield for intrepid explorers to see a whole new world, with all the comfort and convenience of a cruise.

The 2025 summer season features over 100 new itineraries, adding extra appeal for Oceania Cruises’ many loyal guests who return cruise-after-cruise for the line’s signature blend of fabulous food, top quality service, and fascinating itineraries.

New ports to look forward to include Cesme in Turkey, Kemi in Finland and Sibenik in Croatia, and for fans of the Vikings and midnight sun, there is a greater focus on Iceland and Greenland than ever before, giving you more opportunities to watch the Northern Lights or luxuriate in the region’s geothermal spas.

And, as always with Oceania Cruises, the line’s simply MORE promise means that pretty much everything is included in the price of your cruise. Flights – included. Airport transfers – already covered. Shore excursion credit – you got it. Drinks packaged – of course. Oceania Cruises delivers luxury cruising at appealing value.

Oh, and for even greater value, book early for an additional 10 per cent off. Too good to miss? The full collection is available here.

A first for Oceania Cruises: Alaska
For the first time, Oceania Cruises’ Riviera heads north to Alaska, showcasing the very best of America’s Last Frontier. Offering itineraries ranging from one-week to 12-days, you’ll dock in boutique ports that other cruise line tend to miss out on, including Homer, Kodiak and Wrangell.

Alaska is a huge (repeat, huge) State studded with tiny (repeat, tiny) towns. Isolated pockets of communities pepper the extensive coastline; rich in traditions and craftsmanship, these communities are also fiercely self-sufficient and survive the powerful Alaskan winters largely cut-off from the outside world.

Taking advantage of this window of opportunity to visit these remote locations is a true treat.

Alaska is America's last frontier. Credit: Shutterstock

Overnight stays on East Coast itineraries
On the other coast of North America, Oceania Cruises’ Canada and New England season features a tempting number of overnight stays in beautiful ports, maximising your time available to head out on tours and connect more deeply with the destinations.

Stay overnight in Montreal on select sailings for extra time in Quebec’s largest city. Close to the port, you’ll enjoy the charming Old Port district, with it’s magnificent cathedral and bustling streets of creperies and restaurants.

Counting Boston, Montreal and New York City as departure ports, Oceania Cruises’ 2025 East Coast offering also includes sailings south towards Bermuda for a classic beach break.

Boston is New England's biggest city. Credit: Shutterstock

Enjoy more of Europe in 2025
With over 70 different European itineraries included in the 2025 summer season, Oceania Cruises could take you north towards Scandinavia or out into the Atlantic for Iceland and Greenland, or perhaps you’ll journey south to bask in the golden gems of the Mediterranean.

Spend a night in Seville, where your evening shore excursion from Cádiz includes a traditional flamenco performance. Or deep-dive into the cutting-edge architecture of Oslo with an expert architectural historian.

Whether you’re here for nature, enrichment, relaxation or adventure, Oceania Cruises’ shore excursions programme has something ready for you.

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Going further… Explore the South Pacific
Some of the most remote islands in the world call the Pacific Ocean home. Board Regatta to meet the friendly communities of French Polynesia and further south, to Australia and New Zealand.

Regatta’s line up of new itineraries has been scheduled for the region’s best season, between August and October, when the weather is slightly cooler and therefore more comfortable to visit.

With itineraries ranging from 10 to 18 days, your eyes will be opened to a totally different way of life, and your heart will be opened to refreshingly freeing new perspectives. Encapsulating stunning nature and fascinating ancient traditions, this is travel at its finest.

We’re especially excited by the overnight stays in Sydney (night at the opera?) and Bora Bora, in French Polynesia.

Discover the serenity of French Polynesia. Credit: Shutterstock
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