Both ships herald the completion of the $100m-plus OceaniaNEXT update of the four 684-passenger Regatta-class ships.
Nautica’s April through June 2022 Europe voyages range from 10 to 24 days and call at destinations like the French and Italian rivieras, the Greek Isles, the Holy Lands and the Canary Islands.
Regatta reprises its Tahiti itineraries with the addition of three new 10-day round-trip Papeete cruises in February 2022.
'Extraordinary demand' for 2022
'With such extraordinary demand for travel in 2022, we are pleased to be able to offer our discerning travelers these additional travel options in these most sought-after destinations,' Oceania President and CEO Bob Binder said. 'With record-setting demand for international travel in the coming year, we are committed to providing our guests with more destination options and our travel advisor partners with even more sales opportunities.'
Examples of Nautica's cruises include a 12-day Canary Islands sailing, Barcelona to Lisbon (overnight stay), calling at Alicante, Motril (Granada), Arrecife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Santa Cruz de la Palma, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Tangier and Portimão. A 14-day Holy Lands itinerary, Civitavecchia to Istanbul (overnight) visits Naples, Trapani, Valletta, Agios Nikolaos, Ashdod, Haifa (overnight), Limassol, Rhodes and Izmir.
Regatta's Tahiti cruises start with an overnight in Papeete and call at Moorea, Fakarava, Nuku Hiva, Rangiroa, Bora Bora (overnight) and Raiatea.