Oceania debuts new Tropics & Exotics Collection 2026

Destinations in Australia are among some of the 130 itineraries released as part of the Collection.

OCEANIA Cruises has announced its new 2025-2026 Tropics & Exotics Collection, which includes more than 130 itineraries spanning Australia, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, South America, and the South Pacific.

The Collection opens for sale on Thursday, visiting five continents and well over 300 ports on cruises ranging from seven to 180 days.

One of the highlights will be Oceania’s new ship Vista’s debut Around The World Voyage in 2026, while more than 90 sailings will feature overnight stays in ports of call such as Melbourne, Panama City, Bali.

Other new overnight destinations will include Willemstad, San Juan, and Port Louis, while there will also be 40 Grand Voyages, affording opportunities for epic journeys across multiple regions and continents.

The Collection will see Riviera based in Oceania, cruising a range of 14- to 22-day sailings visiting Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific.

Other season highlights will see Regatta cruise in Japan and Southeast Asia; Nautica sailing in Africa; the Caribbean and the Panama Canal visited aboard Insignia; and six South America sailings aboard Marina.

Destinations highlighted in the Tropics & Exotics Collection, such as Africa and Asia, are some of the most popular with Australian cruisers, Vice President International Sales Jason Worth revealed at the program’s launch in Sydney this week.

“The most popular itineraries out of Australia – Cape Town and Singapore are very popular,” Worth said.

He also highlighted the value proposition posed by Oceania, which has seen both land guests and new-to-brand passengers booking with the cruise line.

“We’ve seen a lot of people coming into cruise [and] not just from other cruise lines… hotel costs are through the roof, breakfast is $50 [but with us], it’s all included.”

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