Oceania Cruises plans deep dive of Polynesia

Dual ships set to traverse the South Pacific in 2025

Regatta in Nuku Hiva, French Polynesia | Courtesy of Oceania Cruises

Oceania Cruises is offering extraordinary itineraries to explore Polynesia in 2025, taking travellers to discover boutique and off-the-beaten-path islands from the comfort of the line’s small, luxurious ships.

The 2025 season in the South Pacific will be Oceania Cruises’ most expansive to date, with elegant ships Nautica and Regatta traversing the remote region during both the winter and summer seasons. Both seasons’ unique itineraries have been specifically designed to create a memorable and immersive experience for well-travelled, curious guests, allowing them to delve deeper into this fascinating region. Offering an ultra-premium experience, Regatta and Nautica are ideally suited to explorations in the region, featuring more veranda staterooms and more free specialty dining options than any other ship regularly based in Tahiti.

Bora Bora | Courtesy of Oceania Cruises

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“Our 2025 collection of itineraries spanning Polynesia offers guests the opportunity to discover the astounding nature, rich culinary heritage and deep-rooted cultural traditions of the South Pacific,” said Frank A. Del Rio, President of Oceania Cruises. “With only 670 guests on board our ultra-premium ships, there is no doubt that traveling through Polynesia with Oceania Cruises is by far the most relaxing and carefree way to experience the most relaxing and carefree place in the world.”

At the heart of this extensive, diverse season are 10-day round-trip Papeete sailings, ideal to explore the remote, nature-rich islands that characterise the region.

Wildlife-loving guests can look out for the abundance of spectacular marine life that frequent the sparkling turquoise waters around the islands, including spinner dolphins, whales and stingrays. The region plays host to a spectacular number of ancient archaeological sites and rugged mountains. After a day exploring the untouched natural wonders of Polynesia, what better way to relax than to sit and watch some of the most stunning sunsets in the world from the deck.

Raiatea | Courtesy of Oceania Cruises

The diverse selection of itineraries includes the must-sees in French Polynesia such as vibrant Papeete, the paradise island of Nuku Hiva, and several overnight stays in Bora Bora, the most romantic island in the world.

These voyages are perfect for travellers wishing to soak up the laid-back, island atmosphere, where they’ll take in iconic views of the mountains and stunning beaches and enjoy only-in-Polynesia adventures such as tours of vanilla and black pearl farms, picturesque lagoon cruises and motu island picnics.

Additionally, Oceania Cruises offers a variety of longer voyages, giving guests the chance to explore Polynesia after visiting the spectacular topography of Hawaii or New Zealand, as well as World Voyages of up to 111 days long, ending in Singapore, Cape Town or Barcelona.

Moorea | Credit: Pixabay/xiSerge

Polynesia Voyage Highlights:

Tahitian & Hawaiian Hues: 18 days from Los Angeles to Papeete aboard Nautica, overnighting in Bora Bora and Papeete and visiting Lahaina, Honolulu, Hilo, Raiatea and Moorea. Departs 8 January 2025.

Papeete to Honolulu: 15 Days from Papeete to Honolulu aboard Regatta, from overnighting in Bora Bora, Raiatea, Rangiroa, Nuku Hiva, Hilo, Kailua-Kona, Lahaina, Nawiliwili and Honolulu. Departs 15 September 2025.

Tahitian Legends: 10 days roundtrip from Papeete (Tahiti) aboard Regatta, a Condé Nast Traveler branded itinerary, travellers will overnight in Papeete and Bora Bora and visit Moorea, Fakarava, Nuku Hiva, Rangiroa and Raiatea. Departs 16 August 2025.

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