Black Friday: Oceania Cruises has savings of up to $8,400 on 100+ voyages

Black Friday: Oceania Cruises has savings of up to $8,400 on 100+ voyages
Edited by Travel Weekly


    Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise line, has launched its best-ever Black Friday Sale, with savings of up to $8,400 per stateroom on more than 100 global voyages in 2024.

    This limited-time offer is valid on bookings made between 14 November and 5 December 2023.

    The Black Friday Sale offer features itineraries in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and South America that range from seven to 34 days in length.

    “This incredible offer is valid for just three weeks, making this the perfect time to plan your adventures for 2024,” president, Oceania Cruises, Frank A. Del Rio, said.

    “Our best-ever Black Friday Sale is brimming with exciting global voyages to choose from, whether you’re exploring somewhere completely new or revisiting well-loved favourites, your perfect vacation at sea awaits you.”

    All Black Friday savings include Oceania Cruises’ ‘simply MORE’ value promise, meaning virtually everything is included in the voyage fare: more unforgettable travel experiences with a generous shore excursion credit of up to $2,500 per stateroom to be spent on tours of choice; and more occasions to celebrate with a comprehensive beverage package available during lunch and dinner at onboard restaurants featuring dozens of vintage Champagnes, premium wines and international beers; plus free gourmet specialty dining, free pre-paid gratuities, and free unlimited Wi-Fi.

    There’s always time for a drop of red onboard an Oceania Cruise! (Supplied)

    Featured Sailings Include:

    Asian Gulfs & Deltas aboard Riviera, Bangkok to Hong Kong, departing 12 February 2024 (14-days)

    In addition to six unforgettable days in vivid Vietnam, including overnight stays in Saigon and Hanoi, revel in the extravagant temples, famed street food and electric atmosphere of Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong.

    Baltic Autumn, aboard Sirena, Stockholm to Copenhagen, departing 26 September 2024. (10-days)

    Cherish charming landscapes and sophisticated capitals lining the Baltic Sea, including Helsinki’s intriguing design scene, bucolic Kotka and Riga’s art nouveau architecture.

    Asia & Africa Explorer aboard Nautica, Singapore to Cape Town, departing 11 April 2024. (28-days)

    During four unforgettable weeks, experience the world less travelled on this sailing through Malaysia, Thailand, the Seychelles and South Africa; with overnight stays in Phuket, Kuala Lumpur, Cape Town, Colombo and Mahe.

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