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Oceania Cruises unveils September Sale

Oceania Cruises has launched its September Sale, giving guests up to 30% off the voyage fare.

They can also receive free gratuities on a selection of sailings in Alaska, South America, Asia, Australia and the Middle-East.

The promotion applies to bookings made before September 17 and selected stateroom and suite categories. The UK travel partners can earn double 'OLife Choice Rewards' points on sailings applicable to the sale. The reward points are based on confirmed bookings made. The number of points earned on each confirmed booking will depend on the grade of stateroom or suite booked. The points can then be transferred into vouchers which can be used online at Amazon, John Lewis or Yumbles, an online food marketplace.

There are 25 voyages in the September Sale, departing between May 2, 2020, to January 18, 2021, and range from seven to 30 days in duration.  Four of the line’s ships have itineraries included.

Guests will get to witness the wilderness and beauty of Alaska onboard Regatta. The ship also explores ports of call across South East Asia and Australia. The Oceania-Class ship, Marina, boasts Owner’s Suites exclusively furnished by Ralph Lauren Home and epicurean experiences such as the Dom Perignon Experience in La Reserve. Nautica and Sirena sail three sailings across the islands and East Coast of Africa, the Middle East and India, all beginning in Dubai.


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