From The Blog
Explore More: Overnight Ports on Exotic CruisesFrom the ancient holy sites of Israel to the centuries-old stupas scattered across the hillsides of Myanmar, the Sirena Exotic Collection brings you plenty of exotic cruises featuring destinations that are home to wonders many only dream of visiting. These eclectic journeys not only stop in unusual and lesser-explored corners of the Holy Lands, the Arabian Peninsula, India, Myanmar and Indonesia, but they also feature a number of extended and overnight port stays so you can explore more deeply.
Why Do I Like Cruising on OceaniaWhy do I like cruising on Oceania. Firstly I would say it's the staff and friendliness of all the crew on board. They make one feel special and welcome at all times and nothing is too much trouble for them. Next the food. I have sailed coming up 40 times (244 days since November 26th 2017 till January 16th this year). The food quality has never gone down and is always first class. Also I prefer the smaller ships of the fleet. When I board I feel I have come home.
Why There’s Never Been a Better Time to Cruise (Hint: the Food)Want to sail with Japanese sushi master Nobu Matsuhisa, slurp oysters in a medieval Croatian village, or learn truffle making in Estonia? Cruise lines are now making all of that possible—plus countless other memorable experiences that come with a healthy serving of bragging rights. READ MORE
Our newest collection of voyages brings you immersive travel experiences in some of the most alluring corners of Europe. Explore Northern Europe and the Mediterranean with our extensive array of boutique new ports such as the striking fishing village of Klaksvík on the Faroe Islands, the enchanting Norwegian coastal town of Molde and the Greek paradise of Paros. Delve deeper into the culture and history of Turkey with calls on compelling destinations such as Istanbul, Ephesus and Bodrum.