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Oceania Cruises Announces 2026 World Cruise Aboard Oceania Vista

Oceania Cruises Announces 2026 World Cruise Aboard Oceania Vista

Luxury cruise line Oceania‘s 2026 Around the World voyage on its newest ship Vista will be an epic 180-day journey across six continents—visiting 101 ports in 43 countries.

Oceania Cruises will welcome guests on board its newest ship, Oceania Vista, for its inaugural 180-day 2026 Around the World voyage visiting 43 countries, 101 ports, and 81 UNESCO World Heritage sites.

The 1,200-guest boutique ship will set sail from Miami on January 6, 2026, touring Southeast Asia and Australia, island hopping in the South Pacific, docking at unique ports in Europe, and visiting favorite South American cities.

Oceania Vista will call on several European ports during the 2026 world cruise including Santorini, Greece (image courtesy of Oceania Cruises)

The voyage will cover entire continental coastlines and include both off-the-beaten-path secrets and magnificent cities. Oceania promises guests cultural immersion, epicurean discoveries, and breathtaking natural wonders.

“After the remarkable success of our most recent world cruises, we have been eagerly anticipating the opportunity to present travelers with an even more extraordinary experience for our 2026 voyage,” Oceania president Frank A. Del Rio said in a press release.

“With that, we are excited to announce that Vista, Oceania Cruises’ pinnacle of luxury and newest ship, will circumnavigate the globe artfully intertwining diverse continents, enriching cultures, and mouthwatering cuisines, creating an unforgettable tapestry of exploration for our guests. With this new voyage, we are excited to offer a rare chance to experience the world from an entirely new perspective—and further forward the future of global cruising,” Del Rio continued.

Oceania Vista will travel around the world in 180 days

Vista will begin her six-month 2026 Around the World cruise with a sweeping six-week exploration of South America before continuing to Mexico and California. The ship then will island-hop in the South Pacific and then call on unique Australian ports including the Whitsunday Islands.

During the 2026 Around the World voyage, Oceania Vista will call on unique Australian ports including the Whitsunday Islands

Farther west, cruisers will have the opportunity to explore Southeast Asia and India. Vista will make stops in seaside villages and iconic cities around the Mediterranean, British Isles, and the Nordic region before returning to the United States.

Oceania Vista offers a wide range of food, drink, and entertainment

Oceania Vista features 11 onboard dining venues, including several of Oceania’s newest additions. Aquamar Kitchen serves wellness-inspired cuisine with a hint of indulgence, while The Bakery at Baristas features freshly baked pastries. The ship is also home to Ember, a new signature restaurant for the brand.

Vista is home to Ember, a new signature restaurant for the cruise line (image courtesy of Oceania Cruises)

At 791 feet (241 meters) long and weighing more than 67,000 tons, Vista boasts a market-leading staffing ratio of two crew members for every three guests.

Foodies will appreciate the gourmet experiences curated by Oceania Cruises’ two resident Master Chefs of France, Alexis Quaretti and Eric Barale. With Culinary Discovery Tours ashore and hands-on cooking classes on the ship, guests will have the opportunity to try flavors from around the world alongside Director of Culinary Enrichment Kathryn Kelly, an Oceania Cruises Around the World first.

Related: Oceania Cruises Announces First Annual Culinary Masters’ Cruise

Vista also provides a range of onboard activities, including eight bars, lounges, and entertainment venues like the new Founders Bar, the Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center, and the Aquamar Spa Terrace.

Pricing for the Oceania World Cruise 2026

Oceania’s 2026 world cruise will visit over 80 UNESCO World Heritage sites across 101 destinations, with 11 overnight stays, complimentary onshore events, and optional multi-day overland programs.

Pricing for Oceania’s 2026 world cruise aboard Vista starts at $59,699 per person (image courtesy of Oceania Cruises)

Starting at $59,699 per person for the French Veranda Stateroom category, the 180-day world cruise includes first-class roundtrip airfare and transfers. The Exclusive Prestige Package also offers free laundry services, a free visa package, free Wi-Fi, free pre-paid gratuities, free luggage delivery, as well as inclusive simply MORE amenities including a shore excursion credit of $8,800 per stateroom and a comprehensive beverage package available during lunch and dinner.

Read more: Oceania Cruises Launches Simply MORE Program to Offer More Included Amenities

Now open for preview, bookings for this unique world cruise will officially open on March 13, 2024.

Oceania’s World Odyssey and Global Wanderlust Voyages

In addition to Vista‘s 180-day Around the World voyage, the cruise line is also offering Global Wanderlust, a 120-day sailing from San Diego to Miami, and World Odyssey, a 197-day cruise from Los Angeles to Miami.

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Have you taken an Oceania world cruise before? Or are you considering the cruise line’s 2025 or 2026 sailings? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below!

Carrie Ann Karstunen