Global Quest
8 Jan - 26 Jul
200 Nights
107 Ports
Oceania Cruises

Global Quest

8 January - 26 July 2020
Call us for prices - you'll never pay more than the price advertised by the cruise line

Duration

200 Nights

Journey Type

Sailing from United States

Ports

107 Ports

8 January

Setting sail from Miami

Miami is a pulsating modern city, a cultural crossroads where Cuban émigrés rub shoulders with affluent New Yorkers topping up on winter sun, and where you're just as likely to hear Spanish or Caribbean patois being spoken as you are English. Downtown Miami is a destination in its own right, with a host of world class galleries including the fantastic MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art), but it's still Miami Beach that draws the biggest crowds. The Art Deco district around South Beach is very much back in vogue, with new restaurants, bars and luxury developments sprouting up all over the place.

Don't miss

People watching in South Beach – glamorous gay guys on skates with miniature dogs in slings…

9 January

United States: Key West

10 January

Cuba: Havana

11-12 January

At sea

13 January

Colombia: Cartagena

14-15 January

At sea

16 January

Costa Rica: Puntarenas

17 January

Nicaragua: Corinto

18-19 January

At sea

20 January

Mexico: Manzanillo

21 January

Mexico: Puerto Vallarta

22-23 January

At sea

24 January

United States: Los Angeles

25-26 January

United States: San Francisco

27 January

United States: Santa Barbara

28 January

United States: San Diego

29 January

At sea

30 January

Mexico: Cabo San Lucas

31 January

At sea

1 February

Mexico: Zihuatanejo (Ixtapa)

2 February

Mexico: Acapulco

3 February

At sea

4 February

Mexico: Puerto Chiapas

5 February

Guatemala: Puerto Quetzal

6 February

El Salvador: Acajutla

7-8 February

At sea

9 February

Ecuador: Manta

10 February

At sea

11 February

Peru: Trujillo (Salaverry)

12 February

Peru: Lima (Callao)

13 February

Peru: Pisco

14-15 February

At sea

16 February

Chile: Coquimbo

17 February

Chile: Santiago (San Antonio)

18 February

At sea

19 February

Chile: Puerto Montt

20-21 February

Chile: Puerto Chacabuco, Laguna San Rafael

22-23 February

At sea

24 February

Chile: Punta Arenas

25 February

At sea

26 February

Argentina: Ushuaia

27 February

At sea

28 February

Falkland Islands: Stanley

29 February

At sea

1 March

Argentina: Puerto Madryn

2-3 March

At sea

4 March

Argentina: Buenos Aires

5 March

Uruguay: Montevideo

6 March

Uruguay: Punta del Este

7 March

Brazil: Rio Grande

8 March

At sea

9 March

Brazil: Porto Belo

10 March

Brazil: Santos (São Paulo)

11 March

Brazil: Paraty

12 March

Brazil: Ilha Grande

13 March

Brazil: Búzios

14-15 March

Brazil: Rio de Janeiro

16-17 March

At sea

18 March

Brazil: Recife

19 March

Brazil: Natal

20 March

Brazil: Fortaleza

21-23 March

At sea

24 March

Cape Verde: Mindelo

25 March

At sea

26 March

Senegal: Dakar

27 March

Gambia: Banjul

28-29 March

At sea

30 March

Côte d’Ivoire: Abidjan

31 March

Ghana: Takoradi

1 April

Togo: Lomé

2-5 April

At sea

6 April

Namibia: Walvis Bay

7 April

At sea

8-9 April

South Africa: Cape Town

10 April

South Africa: Mossel Bay

11 April

At sea

12 April

South Africa: Durban

13 April

South Africa: Richards Bay

14 April

Mozambique: Maputo

15-17 April

At sea

18 April

Réunion: Réunion

19 April

Mauritius: Port Louis

20-23 April

At sea

24 April

Maldives: Malé

25 April

At sea

26 April

India: Kochi

27 April

Sri Lanka: Colombo

28-30 April

At sea

1-3 May

Myanmar (Burma): Yangon

4 May

At sea

5 May

Thailand: Phuket

6 May

Malaysia: Penang

7 May

Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur (Port Kelang)

8-9 May

Singapore: Singapore

10 May

At sea

11 May

Thailand: Koh Samui

12-13 May

Thailand: Bangkok (Klong Toey)

14 May

Cambodia: Sihanoukville

15 May

At sea

16-17 May

Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City

18 May

At sea

19 May

Vietnam: Chan May

20-21 May

Vietnam: Hanoi

22 May

At sea

23-24 May

Hong Kong SAR China: Hong Kong

25-26 May

China: Xiamen

27 May

At sea

28-29 May

China: Shanghai

30 May

At sea

31 May - 1 June

China: Beijing (Tianjin)

2 June

At sea

3 June

South Korea: Jeju

4 June

South Korea: Busan

5 June

Japan: Nagasaki

6 June

Japan: Kagoshima

7 June

Japan: Hiroshima

8-9 June

Japan: Kobe

10 June

Japan: Shimizu

11-12 June

Japan: Tokyo

13 June

Japan: Oarai

14 June

At sea

15-16 June

Japan: Aomori, Hakodate

17-18 June

At sea

19 June

Russia: Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky

20-21 June

At sea

22 June

United States: Dutch Harbor

23 June

At sea

24 June

United States: Kodiak

25 June

United States: Seward

26 June

At sea

27 June

United States: Juneau

28 June

United States: Sitka

29 June

Canada: Prince Rupert

30 June

At sea

1 July

Canada: Victoria

2 July

United States: Astoria (Oregon)

3 July

At sea

4-5 July

United States: San Francisco

6-7 July

At sea

8 July

Mexico: Cabo San Lucas

9 July

At sea

10 July

Mexico: Acapulco

11 July

At sea

12 July

Guatemala: Puerto Quetzal

13 July

Nicaragua: Corinto

14 July

Costa Rica: Puntarenas

15-16 July

At sea

17 July

Colombia: Cartagena

18-19 July

At sea

20 July

United States: Miami

21 July

United States: Port Canaveral

22-23 July

United States: Charleston

24 July

At sea

25 July

Arriving in New York

The Big Apple is one of the world's most iconic, cosmopolitan cities, a place that everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. From the lofty heights of the Manhattan skyscrapers to the hipster hangouts of resurgent Brooklyn, New York City buzzes with energy and excitement, and there's never been a better time to visit. Cultural highlights include the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts and the theatres of Broadway, and the culinary scene is arguably the most exciting in the US, with an ever-changing smorgasbord of innovative restaurants, pop-ups and fashionable street food trucks.

Our tip

Head to the ‘Top of the Rock’ at the Rockefeller Centre, for views rivalling those at from the observation platform of the Empire State Building, but without the crowds.

The Ship

Your home from home

Oceania Regatta at sea
R Class Grand Dining Room
R Class Terrace Cafe

Small enough to operate fascinating port-intensive itineraries, but with the space for dining options, comfortable accommodation and more, sister ships Insignia, Nautica, Regatta and Sirena are for many the perfect size.

What we love

These four boutique style sister ships carry just 684 guests apiece, with a comfortable, relaxed country house style and plenty of intimate corners. We love the alternative restaurants - Oceania is rightly renowned for great food - and the pretty little library up on deck 10.

Capacity 684 Guests
Crew 400 International Staff
Style On Oceania it's all about the time spent ashore, so back on board it's relaxed and unpretentious, with no dressing up. Open seating throughout creates an atmosphere which is friendly and sociable.
Inclusions
  • All meals even in the speciality restaurants
  • Room service dining 24 hours a day
  • All soft drinks, bottled water, specialty coffees, teas and juices
  • Shuttle service from ship to city centre in many ports of call
  • Airfare (conditions apply)
  • Internet (conditions apply)
  • Loads of extras for Concierge Class and above
More about Insignia

Tailor-make your trip

Ways to make it better
The Betsy hotel, Miami

Where to stay in Miami

Glamorous, hip, or so cool you freeze? Lots of choice… but we really like the Betsy.

Florida Keys

See more of Florida

If you have a few days get down to the Florida Keys – magnificent.

The Plaza Hotel, New York

Stay a few more nights in New York

There are just so many hotels to choose from, but we recommend The Plaza Hotel on Fifth Avenue next to Central Park.

Helicopter over New York

See New York in style

Take to the air on a helicopter sightseeing trip of Manhattan Island, the best way to see the city’s skyline.

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Global Quest

8 January - 26 July 2020
Call us for prices - you'll never pay more than the price advertised by the cruise line

Duration

200 Nights

Journey Type

Sailing from United States

Ports

107 Ports

Ship

Insignia of Oceania Cruises

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Why Mundy?

Who we are

Founded in 1970, we have sold more luxury cruises for more years than anyone else in the UK.
Edwina Lonsdale
Matthew Lonsdale
Sharon Trigg
Hayley Meades
Susan Dogan, Cruise Consultant at Mundy Cruising
Cathy Ellis - Cruise Consultant, Mundy Cruising

Mundy Cruising was the very first cruise specialist in the UK. We have been making the best cruise holidays even better since 1970.

How? Simply by offering our clients more expertise, more personal service, more unique ideas, more fascinating add-ons, more fabulous freebies and finally (and vitally) more peace of mind.

We're happy to do all of that on the telephone. But, if you prefer to chat face to face, why not visit us at our comfortable offices just off London's Regent Street - we'd be delighted to see you.

Mundy Office Wells Steet, W1T 3PP