Oceania debuts its newest ship in North America
Guest Writers are not employed, compensated or governed by TD, opinions and statements are from the specific writer directly
Oceania’s newest ship Riviera will arrive at her new winter homeport of Miami on 29 November, it has been announced.
Fresh from her Europe introduction in May, she will sail five varying Caribbean voyages over 12 departures to ports of call in the Eastern and Southern Caribbean. All five Caribbean winter itineraries are available as a fly cruise holiday option from the UK .
The 1,250-guest Riviera is purpose-built for epicureans with six open-seating, gourmet restaurants – including a French bistro by Master Chef Jacques Pépin. Interior design highlights include a Lalique-designed grand staircase, elegant public rooms, spacious accommodations and Owner’s Suites furnished exclusively in Ralph Lauren Home.
11-night Idyllic Isles visits St.Maarten, Antigua, Barbados, St Lucia, St Barts and Puerto Rico and the only departure is available on 29 November 2012.
10-night Mayan Mystique visits Grand Cayman, Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Key West in Florida. There are four departures dates from Miami on 10 December, 13 January, 22 February and 18 March 2012.
14-night Island Holiday itinerary calls at Charlestown, Antigua , a new port for Oceania at St. Vincent, Barbados, Grenada, St Barts, Virgin Gorda and St. Maarten and covers Christmas and New Year with a sailing date on 20 December , 2012.
10-night Caribbean Hideaways visits British Virgin Islands, Antigua , Barbados , Saint Lucia and St. Barts . Five cruises in all are available on this itinerary on 3 & 23 January, 2 & 12 February and 28 March 2012.
14-night Ultimate Southern Caribbeanis available only on one date 4 March 2012 with vists to Aruba, Curacao, Grenada, Barbados, St. Vincent, Saint Lucia, Antigua and St. Barts.