Oceania Cruises has unveiled a series of new voyages to Europe and North America for 2023 that range from seven to 56 days.
The new programme features seven ships sailing 179 itineraries and calling at more than 260 ports.
Now on sale, destinations include the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Baltic and Scandinavia, Alaska, Canada and the Americas.
Nine off-the-beaten-path ports of call have been added to the collection including Kalundborg, Denmark; Nordfjordeid, Norway; Oban, Scotland; Runavík (Faroe Islands), Denmark; Torbay, UK; Limnos, Greece; Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Lipari, Italy; and Eastport, Maine.
The inaugural season of new shipVista is part of the 2023 programme with 18 voyages in the Mediterranean, Greek Isles, Holy Lands, British Isles and the Americas.
Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises, said: “These new voyages are ideal for discerning travellers seeking to re-discover the world.”
He added: “Whether they are retracing familiar paths or setting off to uncharted territories, guests will find endearing smiles, enthralling cultural elements, and fascinating culinary experiences.”
The cruise line says it spends “30 to 50 percent more time in port than premium cruise lines”.
Oceania’s new itineraries feature 190 overnight or multi-day stays in both marquee and boutique ports of call, along with hundreds of evening and late-night departures to allow guests to immerse themselves in the history, culture and cuisines of the destinations.