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New incentive from Oceania Cruises offers three free 14-night cruises to anywhere


The promotion has been launched to coincide with the line’s 20th anniversary.

Oceania Vista makes its debut in May 2023.

Oceania Cruises is celebrating its 20th anniversary, but travel agents are the ones receiving the gifts.

A new incentive launched by the premium line is offering three top-selling agents of Oceania Cruises suites with a free cruise of up to 14 nights anywhere in the world.

Winning agents can select from any of the line’s seven ships, including Oceania Vista, which enters service in May this year, and any itinerary up to 14-nights in duration, whether that’s in local waters or farther afield in the Mediterranean, Alaska, South Pacific, Asia, the Caribbean or more.

The top prizes will be awarded to agents who book the most Oceania Cruises itineraries until 1 March 2023, with deposits received by 9 March 2023.

The Grand Staircase on Oceania Vista.

The free itinerary must set sail before 30 June next year and will be confirmed 90 days prior to departure. That gives you almost 18 months to embark on your chosen sailing.

Oceania Cruises is celebrating its milestone with a 20th Anniversary Sale, which offers travellers onboard credit of up to US$800 per stateroom or suite.

More information on eligible voyages and available credit can be viewed here.

“Our valued travel partners have been integral to Oceania Cruises’ success across our 20-year history, so we are delighted to be able to reward top sellers in Australia and New Zealand with a complimentary cruise,” said Oceania Cruises Vice President Sales & General Manager Asia Pacific, Jason Worth.

“This applies to any sailing departing before 30 June, 2024, giving our travel advisors the opportunity to truly immerse themselves in Oceania Cruises’ port-intensive itineraries, exquisite cuisine and small ship luxury with this prize.”

 


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Written by: Matt Lennon

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