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Oceania World Cruise

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Come aboard the Insignia for her 2018 World Cruise. This 180-night round trip sailing takes you away from Miami to call at dozens of ports spread across the globe. Experience peaceful coastal towns, high reaching mountains, bustling cities, and island paradises as you sail along on your journey. The Insignia will show you some of the greatest wonders the world has to offer, and provide an unforgettable journey full of fun memories to cherish.

Set sail from Miami and call at Aruba to begin your tour of the Caribbean. From Aruba, the Insignia will take you to port in Curacao and Bonaire, before moving east to call at Grenada, St. Vincent, and St. Lucia. Spend a few more days enjoying the beautiful coral reefs and tropical climates with a call in Barbados, Trinidad, and French Guiana, then cruise south to Belem, Brazil. From there, the ship will take you to Fortaleza and Recife before sailing away from Brazil to spend a few days at sea.

Continue your voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, and then sail in to Lome, Togo for your first experience along the African coast. Next, you will make port at Cotonou, Benin and Sao Tome, Sao Tome. Spend a few days enjoying life on board the Insignia, then call at Walvis Bay, Namiba for an overnight stay. After enjoying the unique climate and impressive sand dunes of Walvis Bay, sail on for a two night stay in Cape Town where you can ride a cable car to the top of Table Mountain. Continue your journey around the coast of South Africa to call at Port Elizabeth, East London, Durban, and Richards Bay. Call at Maputo, Mozambique, then cruise the Mozambique Channel before sailing away from the coast to make port in Nosy Be, Madagascar. The tour of Africa continues as the Insignia takes you to paradise in Dar Es Salaam and Zanzibar in Tanzania, followed by a greeting of giant sculpted elephants at the entrance of Mombasa, Kenya. Make port in Mahe, Seychelles, then sail across the Indian Ocean for the next portion of your journey.

Cruise into Male, Maldives and catch a glimpse of the fishermen bringing in the day's catch. From there, call at Mangalore and Cochin in India before spending a few days at sea. The ship will then make port in Rangoon, Myanmar for a two night stay. After witnessing the Shwedagon Pagoda and the 230 foot reclining Buddha statue, sail on to call at Penang and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Next, you will make port in the cultural hub of Singapore for an overnight stay. Continue from there to call at Ko Samui, then make port in Bangkok, Thailand and stay overnight. Spend a day at sea, then call at Saigon, Vietnam where you will also stay overnight. Cruise the Gulf of Thailand, then make port overnight in Hanoi, Vietnam. The ship will then sail into China to call first at Sanya, then make port in Hong Kong for the night. After enjoying the pleasant mix of old and new in Hong Kong, sail on to call overnight in Shanghai before cruising in for a two night stay in China's capital, Beijing. Explore the Forbidden City and admire the infamous Tianamen Square during your stay, then return to the ship to continue your journey up the coast to Seoul, South Korea.

Sail away from South Korea and make port in Nagasaki, Japan. Next, make port in the historical city of Hiroshima and visit the Peace Memorial Park and the beautiful Hiroshima Gardens. Call overnight in the old imperial capital of Kyoto, then sail on to Kagoshima. From there, enjoy a few days on board the ship as the Insignia journeys to call at Manila in the Philippines. Call at Kota Kinabalu and Muara next, then sail on to Kuching, Malaysia. Make port in Bali, Indonesia overnight, then call at Komodo before continuing on to call at Darwin, Australia.

Your journey continues along the Australian coast with ports in Cooktown, Cairns, Townsville, and Brisbane. Next, call at Sydney and spend time exploring the Sydney Opera House, an architectural wonder and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cruise on to call at Melbourne and Burnie before crossing the Tasman Sea to New Zealand. Arrive at the coast and call at Picton, Napier, and Rotorua. From there, make one more call at the capital, Auckland, then sail on to Niku'alofa, Tonga in the South Pacific. Cross the International Dateline, then make port in Pago Pago, American Samoa. After two days at sea, sail in for an overnight stay at Bora Bora, the most romantic island in the world. Call at Papeete, Raiatea, and Rangiroa, then sail in to Nuku Hiva, French Polynesia before setting sail across the Pacific Ocean.

Call at Hilo, Hawaii. From there, the Insignia will take you to Honolulu, Lahaina, and Nawiliwili for a tour of the Hawaiian Islands. Continue sailing across the Pacific Ocean to the coast of America. Make port in Los Angeles and San Diego, then journey down to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico, followed by port in Acapulco. Next, sail into Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala, followed by Corinto, Nicaragua and Puntarenas, Costa Rica. Admire the feat of engineering as you transit the Panama Canal, then call at Cartagena, Columbia on the other side. Sail across the Caribbean Sea and call at George Town in the Cayman Islands. Leave the islands and enjoy one last day on board the ship before arriving back in Miami. Upon arrival, disembark the ship for the end of this World Cruise.

Due to the unique nature of this vacation experience, we allow only the most experienced of our 400+ travel counselors the opportunity to assist our world cruise customers. When you are ready to speak with someone in our office, please call us at 1-888-381-4642 or email us for a quote or reservation.