Oceania Asia Cruise

There is so much happening in Asia that Oceania Cruises decided to create wonderful cruise itineraries to get you there. Are you planning a cruise to the islands of Japan or the mysterious shores of the Orient? Then book an Oceania Asia Cruise and prepare yourself for luxury. On an Oceania cruise to Asia you are catered to by an expertly trained European staff, and have the chance to dine on some of the world's finest cuisine. Call Cruise Network today and learn about all the glorious things an Oceania cruise to Asia can bring.

Oceania Asia Cruise - The Onboard Experience

The onboard atmosphere is stress-free and evocative of the laid-back sophistication of a society social club. You won't have to worry about required attire in order to dine, and assigned dinner seatings don't exist. You have the choice to dine when, where and with whom you wish. And with four open seatings to choose from, you should find the perfect dinner schedule for you on your Oceania cruise to Asia.

An Oceania Asia Cruise is representative of what luxury is in the cruise industry. Why? Because an Oceania Asia Cruise recognizes what's important: exceptional service for cruisegoers while paying extra-special attention to passengers' comfort and satisfaction. And an Oceania Asia Cruise offers classy and refined ambiance. In general, any cruise with Oceania Cruises will give you more for the all inclusive cruise price than most other five-star cruise lines.

Oceania Asia Cruise - Entertainment

Onboard an Oceania Asia Cruise, you'll find boutique shopping, and bars and lounges of various themes with live piano music which makes for a truly enthralling environment. The Regatta Lounge offers headline acts, comedians, magicians, lively jazz ensembles and other exciting entertainment.

Oceania Mediterranean Cruise - The Fleet

Oceania Cruises feature three intimate and lavish 684 passenger ships: the Insignia, the Regatta, and Oceania cruise ship Nautica. Practically 70% of the staterooms on these deluxe ships include your very own balcony, which allows for 90% of the ocean views. While you are on your Oceania Asia Cruise, you will enjoy the intimacy, goodwill and lighthearted rapport of fellow guests, and first rate personal service that only a ship of this size could provide. And you do it all without giving up any of the luxurious comforts and amenities.

The décor on an Oceania Asia Cruise is replete with rich, warm mahogany furniture, plush carpeting and an opulent sweeping staircase. You'll find that the cruise ships have many sophisticated touches throughout the ship. The touches are reminiscent of the first, more lavish days of cruising.

Oceania Asia Cruise -The Itineraries

An Oceania cruise to Asia sails you to the bright blue shores of Thailand, the metropolitan cities of Hong Kong and Singapore, the culture-rich land of Cambodia, and many others. An Oceania cruise to Asia takes into account the mystery and enchantment surrounding The Far East, and thus designs its cruise itineraries to please the savviest of cruisegoers. Make sure you ask your Cruise Network Cruise Specialist about any deals and discounts for an Oceania cruise to Asia.

Itineraries:

November 28, 2008 - Nautica
Athens to Singapore-A 24-Day Cruise
includes Cruising the Mediterranean Sea, Cairo, Suez Canal Transit, Luxor overnight, Cruising the Red Sea, Cruising the Gulf of Aden, Cruising the Arabian Sea, Muscat, Dubai overnight, Bombay, Cochin, Cruising the Indian Ocean, Cruising the Adaman Sea, Phuket & Cruising the Strait of Malacca

January 6 and 21, 2009 - Nautica
Singapore to Hong Kong-A 15-Day Cruise includes:
Hong Kong overnight, Canton, Cruising the South China Sea, Hanoi 2 overnights, Saigon overnight, Cruising the Gulf of Thailand, Bangkok overnight, and Sihanoukville

February 5, 2009 - Nautica
Hong Kong to Bangkok-A 15-Day Cruise includes:
Hong Kong overnight, Cruising the South China Sea, Kota Kinabalu, Muara, Nha Trang, Saigon overnight, Singapore, Cruising the Gulf of Thailand, Ko Samui & Bangkok overnight

Bangkok to Beijing- A 24-Day Cruise includes:
Bangkok overnight, Ko Samui, Cruising the South China Sea, Da Nang, Hanoi overnight, Hong Kong overnight, Taipei, Cruising the East China Sea, Kagoshima, Nagasaki, Shanghai overnight, Cruising the Yellow Sea and Seoul

March 16, 2009 - Nautica
Beijing to Hong Kong-A 15-Day Cruise includes:
Cruising the Yellow Sea, Seoul, Shanghai overnight, Cruising the East China Sea, Hiroshima, Kyoto overnight, Cruising the Philippine Sea, Okinawa, Sakishima Island, Taipei and Cruising the Taiwan Strait

March 31, 2009 - Nautica
Hong Kong to Athens-A 35-Day Cruise includes:
Hong Kong overnight, Cruising the South China Sea, Da Nang, Saigon, Cruising the Gulf of Thailand, Bangkok overnight, Singapore, Cruising the Strait of Malacca, Phuket, Cruising the Andaman Sea, Cruising the Indian Ocean, Cruising the Arabian Sea, Goa, Bombay overnight, Salalah, Cruising the Gulf of Aden, Cruising the Red Sea, Luxor overnight, Aqaba, Sharm el-Sheik, Suez Canal Transit, Cairo and Cruising the Mediterranean Sea

Oceania Asia Cruise - More Info

For more information or to make a reservation on an Oceania cruise to Asia, call one of our friendly, certified Cruise Specialists.

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