Oceania Cruises has revealed its brand-new 2023 World Cruise, an ‘Around the World in 180 Days’ sailing – the longest world cruise currently on offer.
The world cruise aboard the 684-passenger Insignia departs on 15 January 2023, sailing from San Francisco to 96 destinations in 33 countries. Passengers will enjoy multi-day stays in 20 ports of call in South Africa, Africa, Asia and Alaska. The ship will also visit Antarctica for three full days of scenic cruising in Admirality Bay, Paradise Bay and Half Moon Island.
“We now know how irreplaceable these experiences are and cherish the privilege of travel more than ever,” stated Bob Binder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Oceania Cruises. “Travel connects us through shared experiences, creates lifelong bonds, and enriches us in ways we never would have imagined. That was the mindset that guided us in crafting this epic around the world voyage for our guests.”
Oceania has confirmed that guests on Insignia’s 2023 World Cruise itinerary will enjoy access to over 60 UNESCO World Heritage sites and will offer shore excursions events such as an afternoon at the famed Boschendal Winery in Cape Town; an evening in the Arabian desert outside Dubai; an Argentinian Cultural Exposition in Buenos Aires; a Burmese Monk donation ceremony in Yangon, Myanmar; and a candlelit evening at the Vung Duc Cave in Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay.
Guests on the 2023 world cruise will benefit from their choice of 64 free shore excursions; a free drinks package; or on board spending money.
Reservations for the Oceania ‘Around the World in 180 Days’ sailing open 27 January, with passengers booked on the cancelled 2020 and 2021 World Cruises available to pre-book now. Call our Cruise Experts on 01246 819819 today to register your interest and find out more.