Oceania Cruises offers three free services, until April 30

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Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading gourmet and destination-focused cruise line, has launched its OLife Ultimate “3 Free Things” sale that offers great benefits and discounts on more than 80 voyages in 2023 and 2024.

Passengers will be able to benefit from the OLife Ultimate offer for any booking before April 30. She understands :

– free excursions,

– a free drinks package

– a free onboard credit

Affected cruises cover a wide range of destinations, from Tokyo to Barcelona, ​​via Alaska and Dubai. Thanks to the OLife Ultimate offer, passengers can for example discover the main sights of Kyoto, such as the impressive Golden Pavilion, during free excursions, or visit an 18th century vineyard in Saint-Tropez, France. , or treat yourself to a relaxing massage thanks to an onboard credit and enjoy a glass of wine during a peaceful lunch, thanks to the free “drinks” package.

Usually, Oceania Cruises passengers enjoy a wide range of included amenities, such as meals at specialty restaurants, Internet, 24-hour cabin service, fitness classes and many more. The OLife Ultimate “3 Free Rides” offer stacks with these classic rides to provide up to $800 in additional savings in onboard credits for premium rides and dream excursions

The OLife Ultimate offer is valid on small luxury ships from Oceania Cruises, Regatta, Insignia, Nautica, Marina, Riviera and Sirena, all of which have been lavishly refurbished, with Marina due for completion in 2024.

Exceptional value for money

Based on a 10 day trip – 2 passengers per cabin

– House drinks package. Usually priced at $39.95 per person per day ($79.90 per stateroom), the OLife Ultimate offering allows passengers to enjoy unlimited champagne, wine and beer during lunch and dinner. Savings over 10 days: $799 per stateroom.

– Excursion package. Based on a value of $150 per excursion, 6 excursions per cabin. Savings over 10 days: $900 per stateroom.

– Free onboard credit. $600 per cabin. Passengers can use this onboard credit to pamper themselves at the Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center, or take cooking classes at the first-ever hands-on cooking school at sea, and more.

Total savings for a 10-day voyage: $2,299 per stateroom

Some examples of itineraries on which the OLife Ultimate offer applies

– Fjords & Cities of Norway

Oceania Cruises offers to discover the best of Norway and Scandinavian destinations during a 15-day cruise from Copenhagen to Tromsø aboard Marina, which takes its passengers to discover the splendid coastal village of Arendal or the unmissable Lofoten Islands …

Departure on July 23, 2023, from €5,039 per person.

– Exotic oriental spices

During this 20-day cruise, the Nautica sails from Dubai to Singapore via Bombay, Goa and Phuket to admire exotic landscapes, souks, temples, golden domes and so much

other wonders…

Departure on December 8, 2023, from €4,489 per person.

– Sumptuous Arabia

With this 10-day cruise aboard Riviera, passengers will be seduced by the desert landscapes of Oman and the United Arab Emirates, from Abu Dhabi to Bombay, which offers the best of the Middle East with incredible stops like the secluded island of Sir Bani Yas or Muscat…

Departure on December 29, 2023, from €2,169 per person.

– Country of the rising sun

A 12-day round trip from Tokyo to explore the resplendent splendors of Japan aboard Riviera. On the program of this captivating itinerary: incomparable panoramas over

Mount Fuji, the majestic temples of Imperial Kyoto and many more surprises.

Departure March 20, 2024, from €4,869 per person.

About Oceania Cruises

Oceania Cruises is the world leader in food and destination-focused cruises. Designed by designers,

the company’s seven small luxury ships accommodate between 648 and 1,238 passengers and offer the best of gastronomy at sea as well as varied itineraries around the world. Oceania Cruises, offers carefully crafted travel experiences with stops in over 600 iconic ports, for over 100 countries on 7 continents on voyages ranging from 7 to over 200 days. The company has ordered an eighth 1,200-passenger ship, Allura, scheduled for delivery in 2025. Miami-headquartered Oceania Cruises is owned by multi-purpose cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd, which owns leading international cruise lines, such as Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

For more information on Oceania Cruises: https://fr.oceaniacruises.com

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