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Nautica - 24 Night World Cruise
Select a Departure Date:
2016
JUN
01
WED
Itinerary:
Dover -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Newcastle (England) -> Edinburgh -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Greenock (Glasgow) -> Belfast -> Liverpool -> Dublin -> Holyhead -> Waterford -> Plymouth -> Dover -> Vlissingen -> Amsterdam -> Kiel Canal -> Baltic Sea (Cruising) -> Stockholm -> Helsinki -> St. Petersburg -> St. Petersburg -> Tallinn -> Klaipeda -> Gdansk -> Copenhagen
79% Loved It
Why Go:
  • Pro: Oceania has best food at sea, with no-fee specialty restaurants and vast menu choices.
  • Con: Popular itineraries sell out quickly, and longer sailings may not appeal to time-constrained travelers.
Nautica - 32 Night World Cruise
Select a Departure Date:
2016
JUN
13
MON
Itinerary:
Dover -> Vlissingen -> Amsterdam -> Kiel Canal -> Baltic Sea (Cruising) -> Stockholm -> Helsinki -> St. Petersburg -> St. Petersburg -> Tallinn -> Klaipeda -> Gdansk -> Copenhagen -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Alesund -> Trondheim -> Hammerfest -> Murmansk -> Solovetsky Islands -> Solovetsky Islands -> Arkhangelsk -> North Cape -> Kristiansand -> Geiranger -> Hellesylt -> Bergen -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Amsterdam -> Brugge (Bruges) -> Dover
79% Loved It
Why Go:
  • Pro: Oceania has best food at sea, with no-fee specialty restaurants and vast menu choices.
  • Con: Popular itineraries sell out quickly, and longer sailings may not appeal to time-constrained travelers.
Seven Seas Voyager - 33 Night Northern Europe Cruise
Select a Departure Date:
2015
SEP
20
SUN
Itinerary:
66% Loved It
Why Go:
  • 700-passenger ship features all-suite, all-balcony staterooms
  • Fares include soft drinks and alcohol
Marina - 34 Night World Cruise
Select a Departure Date:
2015
AUG
21
FRI
Itinerary:
Stockholm -> Helsinki -> St. Petersburg -> St. Petersburg -> St. Petersburg -> Tallinn -> Klaipeda -> Gdansk -> Berlin -> Copenhagen -> Amsterdam -> Amsterdam -> Dover -> St. Peter Port (Guernsey) -> Concarneau -> La Rochelle-La Pallice -> Bordeaux -> Bilbao -> Ferrol -> Porto (Leixoes) -> Lisbon -> Seville (Cadiz) -> Mediterranean Sea (Cruising) -> Barcelona -> Marseille -> Monaco -> La Spezia (Cinque Terre) -> Florence (Livorno) -> Olbia -> Tunis (La Goulette) -> Malta (Valletta) -> Catania -> Sorrento -> Rome (Civitavecchia)
82% Loved It
Why Go:
  • Line's first-ever new-build christened February 2011
  • Incredible suites, including 2,000-square-footers
Nautica - 44 Night World Cruise
Select a Departure Date:
2016
JUN
01
WED
Itinerary:
Dover -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Newcastle (England) -> Edinburgh -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Greenock (Glasgow) -> Belfast -> Liverpool -> Dublin -> Holyhead -> Waterford -> Plymouth -> Dover -> Vlissingen -> Amsterdam -> Kiel Canal -> Baltic Sea (Cruising) -> Stockholm -> Helsinki -> St. Petersburg -> St. Petersburg -> Tallinn -> Klaipeda -> Gdansk -> Copenhagen -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Alesund -> Trondheim -> Hammerfest -> Murmansk -> Solovetsky Islands -> Solovetsky Islands -> Arkhangelsk -> North Cape -> Kristiansand -> Geiranger -> Hellesylt -> Bergen -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Amsterdam -> Brugge (Bruges) -> Dover
79% Loved It
Why Go:
  • Pro: Oceania has best food at sea, with no-fee specialty restaurants and vast menu choices.
  • Con: Popular itineraries sell out quickly, and longer sailings may not appeal to time-constrained travelers.
Nautica - 52 Night World Cruise
Select a Departure Date:
2016
JUN
13
MON
Itinerary:
Dover -> Vlissingen -> Amsterdam -> Kiel Canal -> Baltic Sea (Cruising) -> Stockholm -> Helsinki -> St. Petersburg -> St. Petersburg -> Tallinn -> Klaipeda -> Gdansk -> Copenhagen -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Alesund -> Trondheim -> Hammerfest -> Murmansk -> Solovetsky Islands -> Solovetsky Islands -> Arkhangelsk -> North Cape -> Kristiansand -> Geiranger -> Hellesylt -> Bergen -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Amsterdam -> Brugge (Bruges) -> Dover -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Rosyth -> Lerwick -> Torshavn -> Akureyri -> Isafjord -> Paamiut -> Qaqortoq -> Reykjavik -> Reykjavik -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Londonderry -> Belfast -> Dublin -> Dover
79% Loved It
Why Go:
  • Pro: Oceania has best food at sea, with no-fee specialty restaurants and vast menu choices.
  • Con: Popular itineraries sell out quickly, and longer sailings may not appeal to time-constrained travelers.
Nautica - 64 Night World Cruise
Select a Departure Date:
2016
JUN
01
WED
Itinerary:
Dover -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Newcastle (England) -> Edinburgh -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Greenock (Glasgow) -> Belfast -> Liverpool -> Dublin -> Holyhead -> Waterford -> Plymouth -> Dover -> Vlissingen -> Amsterdam -> Kiel Canal -> Baltic Sea (Cruising) -> Stockholm -> Helsinki -> St. Petersburg -> St. Petersburg -> Tallinn -> Klaipeda -> Gdansk -> Copenhagen -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Alesund -> Trondheim -> Hammerfest -> Murmansk -> Solovetsky Islands -> Solovetsky Islands -> Arkhangelsk -> North Cape -> Kristiansand -> Geiranger -> Hellesylt -> Bergen -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Amsterdam -> Brugge (Bruges) -> Dover -> North Sea (Cruising) -> Rosyth -> Lerwick -> Torshavn -> Akureyri -> Isafjord -> Paamiut -> Qaqortoq -> Reykjavik -> Reykjavik -> Atlantic Ocean (Cruising) -> Londonderry -> Belfast -> Dublin -> Dover
79% Loved It
Why Go:
  • Pro: Oceania has best food at sea, with no-fee specialty restaurants and vast menu choices.
  • Con: Popular itineraries sell out quickly, and longer sailings may not appeal to time-constrained travelers.

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