Oceania Cruises is set to add a series of new voyages in Europe and Tahiti starting from April 1 next year.
Nautica and Regatta will operate an additional 16 sailings in total. All sailings are available to book from July 28.
The 684-passenger Nautica will offer voyages between April and July ranging from 10 to 24 days and is scheduled to emerged from dry dock before operating the sailings.
Destinations include the Greek Islands, the Canary Islands, Spain, France and Italy.
The 10-day Allure of the Rivieras sailing, departing on April 1, 2022, calls at Valletta, Malta; Monte Carlo, Provence, both France; and Palamos, Spain.
The line has added three 10-day round-trip voyages from Papeete to Regatta’s Tahiti programme. The ship can also carry up to 684 passengers.
Regatta’s additional departures run on February 5, February 15, and February 25 next year. The 10-day Legends to Lagoons sailing, departing on February 5, includes an overnight call at Bora Bora.
Bob Binder, the line’s president and chief executive, said: “With such extraordinary demand for travel in 2022, we are pleased to be able to offer our discerning travellers these additional travel options in these most sought-after destinations.
“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.”