Oceania reveals Asia cruise season

Oceania reveals Asia cruise season

Monday, 29 Jan, 2023 0

Oceania Cruises unveiled its 2023-2024 Asia cruise season aboard the refurbished ship Riviera.

“The decision to move Riviera to Asia was easy; demand for our Exotics collection is very strong,” said president Frank A. Del Rio,

Riviera offers sailings in the Middle East, India, South Asia, Korea and Japan.

The ship can accommodate 1,238 passengers.

Highlights include Cochin, India; Busan, South Korea; Phuket and Bangkok, Thailand and Singapore.

Cruises range from 10 days to the 72-day Epic Eastern Explorer from the Maldives to Japan.

There is also a 34-day Constellation of Islands Asia cruise including Bali and the South Pacific.

The Riviera will sail a total of 25 Asia voyages.

Learn more about :   Oceania Cruises ( United Kingdom )  



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