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Oceania Cruises unveils inaugural season voyages for new ship Vista

Oceania Cruises’ newest ship sets sail in April 2023, and voyages open for sale on 15 September, 2021.

The destination-focused cruise line unveiled the Inaugural Season of voyage itineraries for Vista, the line’s newest ship.

The 18 Inaugural Season voyages commence in April 2023 and will visit more than 24 countries across four continents, from Asia in the east to Hollywood in the west.

Vista’s inaugural season voyages are now available for travellers and travel advisors to preview online at OceaniaCruises.com and will open for sale on 15 September, 2021.

The gala Maiden Voyage sails from Rome to Barcelona on 14 April, 2023 and 18 voyages spanning more than 24 countries across four continents.

Areas to be visited include the Spanish, French, and Italian Rivieras; Greek Isles; Holy Lands of Turkey and Israel; Canary Islands; Wine Country of Spain, Portugal, and France; The British Isles & Ireland; Colonial America; and Panama Canal.

Overnight stays are planned for Lisbon, Venice, Istanbul, Jerusalem, Bordeaux, Montreal, and New York City.

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