Oceania winter cruises include new Caribbean ports of call

By Tom Stieghorst
Oceania Cruises said it will offer 86 voyages in its 2014-15 winter season, including 44 new itineraries such as a 16-day cruise around the southern tip of South America.

The company plans 16 new ports of call on its five ships, among them Caribbean stops in Santa Marta, Colombia; El Guamache, Venezuela; and Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe.

By booking before the end of 2013, passengers in verandah cabins and above can receive free prepaid gratuities and unlimited Internet, and other benefits.

The winter sailings include Oceania's first world cruise, a 180-day odyssey on its Insignia ship that departs Jan. 10, 2015.

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