Destination Antarctica: A Rare Combination for Oceania Cruises Aficionados

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The experts at Crown Cruise Collection, specialists in luxury and ultra-luxury cruise lines, are recommending a spectacular 22-day voyage for Oceania devotees. The cruise, departing Rio de Janeiro on January 14, 2011, features stops in numerous South American ports and takes the cruiser past Antarctica and the Chilean Fjords.

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Crown Cruise Collection highly recommends this sailing for Oceania Cruises aficionados and is offering spectacular savings along with complimentary travel insurance and $250 per cabin shipboard credit. With air included from the major gateways, a category B2 balcony stateroom is $8099, which includes all port charges and taxes. Regular price would be $40,396, so it is well over 75% savings for a cruise that is inclusive of all dining, including specialty restaurants, and soft drinks. Canyon Ranch Spa services are available onboard at additional costs. Brazilian visa is required.

This 22-day cruise departs Rio de Janeiro on January 14, 2011, and touches on Antarctica in addition to a collection of mesmerizing cities and unpopulated lands where nature reigns in all its glory. Bright lights and big cities capture the imagination initially, as you venture into enterprising São Paulo and bountifully beautiful Buenos Aires, where you might tour the pink Presidential Palace or the colorful La Boca neighborhood. Then Insignia eases south into the Falkland Islands, a remote British territory that is a sanctuary for endangered wildlife.

The landscape becomes even more stunning as you cruise past the unspoiled South Shetland Islands and into starkly majestic Antarctica, a rare opportunity to gaze upon ancient glaciers and perhaps see Gentoo penguins. Rounding the tip of South America, the equally gorgeous Chilean Fjords take center stage for two awe-inspiring days. The beauty inland is easily accessible from destinations such as Puerto Montt in Chile's southern Lake District.

All of this and more can be found on Oceania Cruises    

Insignia 22-day South America voyage, departing from Rio de Janeiro to Valparaiso onboard the ship Insignia.

Ports of call include: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Santos (Sao Paulo), Brazil | Montevideo, Uruguay | Buenos Aires, Argentina | Punta del Este, Uruguay | Port Stanley, Falkland Islands | Ushuaia, Argentina | Punta Arenas, Chile | Puerto Chacabuco, Chile | Puerto Montt, Chile | Valparaiso (Santiago), Chile

Oceania Cruises appeals to discerning sophisticated travelers in search of world-class cuisine, unparalleled personal service, and an enriching, in-depth, destination-oriented experience. Elegant and mid-size, you’ll find the onboard atmosphere is extremely convivial, and with more than 400 staff members at your disposal, you will experience a level of personalized service that is unrivaled. Dining is open, with country club casual ambience. No formal wear or suits required.

For more information and complete details about this Oceania Cruise or other explorations, call Ross Spalding, the president of Crown Cruise Collection, personally. He can be reached at +1 (609) 945-9803 (877-222-8404 USA toll-free) or visit Crown Cruise Collection at CrownCruiseCollection.com.

A voyage begins at the moment of contact with Crown Cruise Collection…a travel experience created by obsession to detail.

About Crown Cruise Collection

A travel experience created by an obsession to detail, offering unparalleled service and special pricing on the luxury and ultra-luxury lines.

In addition to these attributes, the Crown Cruise Collection features a seasoned team of cruise experts (some fluent in French) who use modern technology to power their success and thrive in the competitive luxury cruise and vacation travel marketplace.

Crown Cruise Collection President, Ross Spalding is available for media interviews to discuss this cruise and all aspects of cruise travel.

Crown Cruise Collection
103 Main Street, Suite 300
Princeton, NJ 08540
+1 (877) 222-8404 – USA toll-free
+1 (609) 945-9803 – direct-dial

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