OCEANIA CRUISES UNVEILS EXCLUSIVE 2025 VOYAGES: DIVE INTO PARADISE IN FRENCH POLYNESIA AND HAWAII
Embark on Exotic Adventures: Explore Bora Bora, Taste Local Delicacies, and Sail the South Pacific
Oceania Cruises, known for its culinary and destination-focused voyages, has unveiled seven new exotic summer sailings to French Polynesia and Hawaii for 2025. These voyages will open for reservations on October 4, 2023, and offer travelers the opportunity to explore stunning destinations, immerse themselves in local cultures, and savor exquisite cuisine.
The itineraries of these new cruises encompass a wide range of breathtaking destinations, including Bora Bora's azure lagoon, Tahiti's black sand beaches, and the vibrant coral reefs of Raiatea. Four of the seven voyages link French Polynesia with the enchanting landscapes of Hawaii, featuring dramatic canyons, craters, and lush waterfalls.
Sailing from either Tahiti or Honolulu, the seven new voyages range from 10 to 18 days, allowing ample time for exploration, adventure, and relaxation in these stunning regions.
The New Summer Sailings in 2025 Include:
Polynesian Dreams: A 15-day voyage from Honolulu to Papeete, visiting captivating destinations like Bora Bora, Nuku Hiva, and Raiatea. Departure dates are August 1 and September 15, 2025.
Tahitian Legends: A 10-day journey from Papeete to Papeete, featuring visits to Moorea, Bora Bora, and more. Departure dates are August 16, 26, and September 5, 2025.
Divine Pacific Oases: A 15-day voyage from Honolulu to Papeete, encompassing destinations such as Nuku Hiva, Rangiroa, and Bora Bora. Departure date is September 30, 2025.
Song of Polynesia: An 18-day exploration from Papeete to Los Angeles, visiting Moorea, Hilo, and Honolulu. Departure date is October 15, 2025.
Regatta, with a capacity of just 670 guests, offers an intimate boutique experience for travelers to explore the region. The ship features 340 lavish suites and staterooms, with nearly 70% boasting private verandas.
One of the best ways to experience the local culture in French Polynesia and Hawaii is through their cuisine:
- Poisson Cru: French Polynesia's take on ceviche, featuring local raw fish marinated in coconut milk and lime juice.
- Mahi Mahi Burger and Mai Tai: Don't miss these at Bloody Mary's in Bora Bora, a famous restaurant frequented by celebrities.
- Breadfruit (Uru): A versatile starch prepared in various ways.
- Poke: A raw fish bowl, a Hawaiian favorite that's simple yet incredibly fresh and flavorful.
- Kalua Pork: Slow-roasted pork seasoned with local sea salt, a must-have at luaus.
- Bora Bora, French Polynesia: Known for its iconic peaks, lush jungles, and a shimmering lagoon teeming with exotic marine life. Activities include exploring the lagoon and shark and stingray encounters.
- Papeete, Tahiti: The capital of French Polynesia, offering clear blue waters, vibrant culture, excellent restaurants, and shopping opportunities.
- Hilo, Hawaii: Known for its lush greenery, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, thrilling excursions, and farmers markets.
- Kailua-Kona, Hawaii: Offers a laid-back atmosphere, pristine beaches, coffee plantations, and Magic Sands Beach, known for its ever-changing sandy shoreline.
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