Oceania World Cruise

Oceania offers six variations of the 2020 Insignia World Cruise. To see the 180-night itinerary that travels from Miami to San Francisco, click here. To see the 195-night itinerary that is roundtrip from Miami, click here. To see the 200-night itinerary that travels from Miami to New York, click here. To see the 162-night itinerary that is round trip from San Francisco, click here. To see the 177-night itinerary that travels from San Francisco to Miami, click here. To see the 182-night itinerary that travels from San Francisco to New York, click here. To read more about the Insignia, click here.

Come aboard Oceania's Insignia for a 2020 world cruise. This 177-night sailing will take passengers from San Francisco to Miami, and explore many exotic destinations along the way. Visit ports in South America, Africa, Asia, and much more throughout the journey. There will be many opportunities to experience the local culture and main attractions, and many destinations offer full days in port and a few overnight stays.

Embark from San Francisco, California, and sail out to make port in Santa Barbara. From there, the ship will call at San Diego, then journey down the coast to call at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Make port in Ixtapa, then spend the day in Acapulco. From there, sail on to call at Puerto Chiapas, then make port in Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala. Explore Acajutla in El Salvador, and continue on to Manta, Ecuador. The ship will then sail on to Peru to call at Salaverry (Trujillo) and Lima (Callao). Spend the day in Pisco and have a sip of brandy, then continue down the coast. Arrive at Chile and make port in Santiago (San Antonio). Call next at Puerto Montt, Puerto Chacabuco, and Laguna San Rafael. Cruise through the Chilean Fjords, then spend the day in Punta Arenas before sailing around Cape Horn.

Continue around the tip of South America and make port in Ushuaia, Argentina. Call next at Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, then sail on to Puerto Madryn, Argentina. A day in Buenos Aires is next, followed by Montevideo and Punta del Este in Uruguay. From there, take a tour of Brazil starting with a call to Rio Grande. Call next at Porto Belo, Sao Paulo (Santos), and Parati. Continue to Ilha Grande and Buzios, then sail on to call overnight in Rio de Janeiro where guests can ride the cog train or join in the local festivities. The ship will then call at Recife, Natal, and Fortaleza before sailing away from South America toward Africa.

Cross the Atlantic Ocean, and make port in Sao Vicente, Cape Verde. Next, call at Dakar, Senegal and Banjul, Gambia. Continue on to Ivory Coast to call at Abidjan, then spend the day in Takoradi, Ghana. Make port in Lome, Togo, then spend a few days at sea to continue on to Walvis Bay, Namibia. Call overnight in Cape Town, South Africa, then make port in Mossel Bay, Durban, and Richards Bay. From there, call at Maputo, Mozambique before sailing on to Pointe des Galets on Reunion Island and Port Louis in Mauritius. Here the voyage will move on toward Asia with a call to Male, Maldives.

The Insignia will call next at Cochin, India and Colombo, Sri Lanka. Spend two nights in Yangon (Thilawa), Myanmar to see the Shwedagon Pagoda and the Chaukhtatghi Pagoda for a chance to see the giant reclining Buddha. From there, call at Phuket, Thailand and Penang, Malaysia. Continue on to Kuala Lumpur (Port Kelang), then call overnight in Singapore. Next, make port in Ko Samui and spend the night in Bangkok (Laem Chabang) where the Emerald Buddha resides. Call at Sihanoukville in Cambodia, then sail on to call overnight in Ho Chi Minh City. Spend the day in Chan May, then enjoy another overnight stay, this time in Hanoi (Halong Bay).

Here the journey will continue through Asia to the coast of China. Call overnight in Hong Kong, followed by an overnight in Xiamen where visitors can explore museums full of Ming and Qing dynasty treasures. From there, call overnight in Shanghai and explore the exotic city before calling overnight in Beijing to catch a glimpse of the Forbidden City and the Great Wall. Sail on away from China and make port in Cheju City, South Korea. Call next at Busan, then continue on to Japan to spend the day in Nagasaki. Next, call at Kagoshima and Hiroshima, then make port overnight in Kobe. Explore the city of Shimizu, then overnight in the bustling city of Tokyo. Call next at Oaria, then sail on to Aomori and Hakodate. Make one last call on this side of the world at Petropavlovsk in Russia, then cross the International Dateline to make port in Dutch Harbor, Alaska.

Continue on with a tour through Alaska by spending the day in Kodiak. Next, call at Anchorage, then sail around the Hubbard Glacier before making port in Juneau. From there, spend the day in Sitka before calling at Ketchikan and sailing through the Inside Passage. Continue southward to Victoria, Canada and Astoria, Oregon. The ship will then return to California waters to enjoy an overnight stay in San Francisco, then sail on down to revisit Cabo San Lucas and Acapulco. Spend the day in Puerto Quetzal, then sail on to Corinto and Puntarenas.

The Insignia will then sail through the Panama Canal to make port in Cartagena, Colombia before continuing on to Miami where guests will disembark for the end of the world cruise.

Due to the unique nature of this vacation experience, we allow only the finest and most experienced of our 850+ cruise counselors the opportunity to assist our World Cruise customers. When you are ready to speak with someone in our office, please click here to e-mail me your phone number, and the day and time you prefer to be called. I will personally select one of the elite cruise counselors at Vacations To Go to handle your inquiry.

Emerson Hankamer

Find a Bargain