Mitsui Ocean Cruises Unveils Five New Itineraries

Mitsui Ocean Fuji

Mitsui Ocean Cruises announced five new itineraries sailing April – July 2025, including a 66-day Grand Asia and a 12-day Golden Week cruise, according to a press release.

Tsunemichi Mukai, president of Mitsui Ocean Cruises, said: “Our new Grand Asia Cruise 2025 offers an incredible opportunity to explore many famous and exciting destinations in the Asia region, bringing guests Funatabi – Beautiful encounters with Japan. We will also celebrate Golden Week in style on our new, beautiful all-suite vessel visiting treasured ports in Japan.”

The Grand Asia Cruise will visit 24 ports in 10 countries and regions, with overnight stops in destinations such as Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh, Laem Chabang, Singapore and Darwin.

The new cruises sail on the Mitsui Ocean Fuji, the line’s new ship which is currently operating for Seabourn.

The five new itineraries, which go on sale in mid-August, include:

  • Spring Cruise with Yeosu: April 10-17, 2025 (eight days)
    Itinerary: Yokohama – Yeosu – Nagasaki – Ibusuki – Yokohama
  • Spring Cruise with Jeju: April 17-24, 2025 (eight days)
    Itinerary: Yokohama – Jeju – Hakata – Sukumo – Yokohama
  • Golden Week Round-the-Japan Voyage with Busan: April 24-May 5, 2025 (12 days)
    Itinerary: Yokohama – Ofunato – Hakodate – Aomori – Miyazu – Hamada – Busan – Yokohama
  • Spring Cruise with UNESCO World Heritage Sites: May 5-13, 2025 (9 days)
    Itinerary: Yokohama – Hofu – Sasebo – Yeosu – Shimonoseki – Toba – Yokohama
  • Grand Asia Cruise 2025: May 13-July 17, 2025 (66 days)
    Itinerary: Yokohama – Kobe – Ishigaki – Hong Kong (overnight) – Ha Long Bay – Danang – Ho Chi Minh City (overnight) – Sihanoukville – Laem Chabang (overnight) – Samui – Singapore (overnight) – Melaka – Penang – Langkawi – Phuket – Port Klang – Benoa – Komodo – Darwin (overnight) – Makassar – Kuching – Kota Kinabalu – Kaohsiung – Keelung – Naha – Yokohama

 

The new itineraries replace a previously scheduled World Cruise which has been canceled due to the uncertain situation in the region of the Suez Canal.

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