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Oceania Cruises sale has fares starting at $999

Sirena godmother Claudine Pépin will host a northern Europe cruise aboard her ship in July 2021
Oceania Cruises launched what it called 'The Ultimate Sale,' and with per person prices starting at $999 for inside staterooms and $1,399 for veranda rooms on an upmarket line like this, that's no overstatement.

Travelers can select from more than 400 voyages departing in 2020, 2021 or 2022 sailing throughout Europe, Alaska, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, the South Pacific, New England/Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean and Panama Canal, South America, Africa and Arabia, and 'grand voyages' that traverse the continents.

Hosted sailings

The Ultimate Sale highlights several specialty cruises hosted by Oceania's Bob Binder, president, CEO and co-founder; James Rodriguez, EVP sales and marketing; Jacques Pépin, executive culinary director; or Claudine Pépin, Jacques' daughter and Sirena godmother.

Each of these cruises will also feature special on-board programming and events.

Hosted by Binder, the 2020 Oceania Club Reunion Cruise is planned to depart Oct. 26 aboard Regatta, from Tokyo to Singapore.

The 2021 Oceania Club Reunion Cruise, embarking July 9 aboard Regatta, from Seattle to Seattle, will be hosted by Rodriguez.

Claudine and Jacques Pépin

The 2021 Claudine Pépin Cruise is set for July 27 aboard her Sirena, from Copenhagen to Stockholm. Joining Claudine Pépin will be her husband Rollie Wesen, professor of culinary arts at Johnson & Wales University.

And the 2021 Jacques Pépin Cruise is planned for Aug. 29, 2021, aboard Marina, from Copenhagen to Stockholm. Pépin will be accompanied by his wife Gloria.

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