South Seas

South Seas

South Sea Cruises - the pearls of the South Pacific

Exotic natural scenery, scintillating underwater worlds and beaches right out of paradise -- all this and much more awaits you on the South Sea Cruise.

The South Sea Cruise - where it takes place and when to go

Strictly speaking, the name South Sea applies to the island world of the South West Pacific Ocean, which includes French Polynesia and the Fiji Islands. The most pleasant time to take a South Sea Cruise is during the winter, between May and October.

South Sea Cruises - islands and tourist attractions

Take a South Sea Cruise and discover the beauties of Tahiti - for example, by touring the island in a 4x4. Or visit the museum in the capital city Papeete and get to know the history of Tahiti.

Separated from Tahiti by a 17-kilometre strait, the island of Moorea awaits.

What you absolutely must not miss is the unique beauty of the Baye de Cook. However, the waterfalls of Afareaitu and the scenic lookout at Belvédère are also rewarding destinations.

The South Sea Cruise then takes you to the volcanic island of Bora Bora. A highlight of this island is the breathtaking Motu Lagoon with its vividly coloured underwater world. This is a place to set racing the pulses of watersports fans and nature lovers alike.

You should also make time to visit the main island of Samoa, Upolu. Chill out on the fine sandy beach of Lalomanu or swim right into a waterfall at the Togitogoga Falls.

Fiji's principal island, Viti Levu, with its nature reserve and recreation area Colo-i-Suva Forest Park and main town of Suva, will fascinate you. Here you shouldn't pass up an opportunity to visit the Fiji Museum.

The South Sea Cruise - a journey full of natural beauty

Whether you're a nature lover or just looking for rest and relaxation, the South Sea Cruise will not disappoint. Discover the many faces of the South Seas and dive right into paradise...



Riviera will start its first Caribbean cruise in Miami
Riviera, which is the newest ship of the Oceania Cruises company, will depart for the first winter cruise from Miami on November 29, 2012.


More cruises in Northern Europe
It is expected that 2012 will be one of the most successful season in the modern history of the cruise traveling for the Northern Europe region. The European Cruise Council (ECC) has estimated that the number of passengers in the current season will increase by 16% compared with 2011 and reach 1 million 490 thousand people.


Norwegian: free cruises for children
Norwegian Cruise Line, the third-largest cruise company in the world, announced a special offer – “Kids Sail Free”. As part of the offer potential customers will be able to book on favorable terms cabins on the cruise ships for themselves and their children – the third and fourth beds in the cabin for the children under 17 years can be booked for free.