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A World of Adventures

                        on Oceans & Rivers

             n the world of global cruising, Oceania Cruises has made a name for itself. Bucking
             trends, the innovative 15-year-old line offers around-the-world voyages encompassing
           I180 days. That’s roughly two months longer than traditional world cruises.

           We’re currently taking reservations for Oceania Cruises’ 2019 Around the World
            Cruise. Departing from New York, Miami or Los Angeles on three different dates
            in January, the six-continent expedition will sail across two oceans and 16 seas,
            introducing you to 90 destinations in 36 countries.

           The 2019 Around the World Cruise offers access to 96 UNESCO World Heritage sites
            plus overnights in Bali, Tokyo, Shanghai (two nights), Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh City,
            Bangkok, Yangon (two nights), Luxor, Jerusalem, Lisbon, Bordeaux and Bermuda.
            Designed for seasoned travelers, these extensive voyages are immensely popular, selling
            out year after year, so call us soon for the best choice of staterooms or suites.

            Cruise Specialists is also adept at matching you with the right cruise line and stateroom,
            even if you are a first-time cruiser. Take this example from one of our
            newer clients, Ali A:

               “We decided to take our first trip to the Eastern Mediterranean by cruising for the
                first time. I was directed to Mary Ellsworth by a friend who had used her services
                multiple times. Mary helped us decide on a ship size, cruise line and the itinerary
                (Athens to Athens) based on a thorough review of our likes and dislikes. Our trip
                was wonderful and exceeded our expectations.”

            Oceania Cruises gives the Amazon River star billing in its nearly month-long Amazon
            Odyssey, departing a year from November. With two full days in Manaus, you’ll have
            time to explore its artifact-filled Museu do Índio, and the stunning Renaissance-style
            Opera House. You can also head into the jungle and trek along a rainforest trail or
            take a riverboat to the “Meeting of the Waters,” where the dark Rio Negro and muddy
            yellow Rio Solimões join to form the Amazon.

            Closer to home, Oceania Cruises’ Fall Splendors cruise showcases beauty along the
            St. Lawrence River along with classic New England scenery – choose from three
            departures in Fall 2018.

           We can tell you more about how Oceania Cruises’ intimate ships delight passengers by
            visiting inland treasures on these itineraries and others – which are now open through
            June 2019.

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