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Oceania Regatta

Oceania Regatta

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Decks: 11
Cabins: 342
Capacity: 684
Weight: 30,277 grt
Length: 181m
Width: 25m
Speed: 18kn

Itineraries

52 nights: oneway from Benoa to Miami
28 nights: one-way from Benoa to Honolulu
24 nights: one-way from Honolulu to Miami
(March 2018)

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Oceania Cruises

Oceania Cruises, a subsidiary of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. touched the blue waters of the worldwide oceans in 2002 by launching intimate and luxurious, upper premium cruise ships for discerning cruise lovers. The company at present operates six cruise ships and touches over 330 ports across Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and the Americas.

Known for its comfort and style, world-class cuisine and unparalleled cruising adventure, Oceania Cruises with itineraries planned for shorter and longer routes, gives you a lifetime experience with cruise ships classified into Regatta and Oceania Class. The Regatta Class (R-Class) ships from the company include Insignia, Regatta, Nautica & Sirena. Marina and Riviera accommodating over 1000-pax are designed and endorse as Oceania Class (O-Class) ship.

Regatta

The flagship cruise vessel of the company, Regatta is a second R-class ship among the fleet of Oceania Cruises. The ship went under a multi-million dollar refurbishment program in 2014 to create and give finest offerings at sea. The 11-deck luxurious ship is finely designed with 342 suites and luxurious staterooms wherein nearly 70% are private verandas cabins to accommodate 684 guests. Classified in nine broad categories, most staterooms aboard Regatta are 175 sq.ft and largest is the Owner’s Suites at 735 sq.ft. The ship further enhances stay experience by providing seven unique restaurants, a fitness centre and spa, eight lounges & bars and a casino.

From good night sleep to worldwide cuisine and sailing to hidden treasures of the world, the Regatta is a brilliant choice to go on a perfect vacation.

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