Oceania Regatta Cruises
Cruise aboard the inviting Oceania Regatta or sister ship Oceania Insignia and enjoy the experience of a higher staff-per-passenger ratio than almost any other ship at sea. Guests on board Oceania Regatta cruises as she tours the Mediterranean, Caribbean or South America are guaranteed to be taken care of at all times. This roughly 600-foot ship carries only 684 passengers and has a staff of over 400 to cater to your every need. There are five varieties of suites and staterooms, six bars and nightclubs onboard, five restaurants, excellent duty-free shopping, and all the major workout and fitness equipment you'd expect to find at the gym back home, only with a view a the world. A cruise on Oceania Regatta explores some of the most fascinating regions, and with limitless options on board the Oceania cruise ship Regatta, you're sure to enjoy the journey.
Cruise Oceania Regatta Caribbean - Oceania Cruise Ship Regatta
Cruise Oceania Regatta to the Caribbean, it'll be one of the most fun and exciting cruises you'll ever take. With diverse stops in ports all over the Caribbean, Oceania Regatta cruises "The Sunny Isles and Carefree Days" itinerary which departs from the glitzy tropical American city of Miami. The Oceania Cruise Ship Regatta then heads out to a unique Mexican resort, Playa del Carmen, which allows you to enjoy white-sand beaches and the treasures of the ancient Mayan culture. From there, travel aboard the Oceania cruise ship Regatta to Belize, which offers first-class snorkeling in the nearby reefs and excursions into the nearby rainforests. Santo Tomas and Roatan, Honduras are relatively new resorts, yet still offer exciting excursions and much natural beauty. Puerto Limon, Costa Rica gives you chance to find out why everyone's been raving about this tiny nation in the last few years, and then you head on to Port Antonio, Jamaica, to enjoy the reggae, the spicy cuisine, and the glorious beaches.
A hybrid tour aboard the Oceania cruise ship Regatta that gives a taste of the tropics that will linger forever in your memory is the "Petite Ports and Lavish Playgrounds" cruise. Again departing from Miami, these Oceania Regatta cruises first stop in on the largely undiscovered Dominican Republic city of La Romana, and then head to Virgin Gorda and Basseteree, on the tiny but lovely island of St. Kitts. Stop off in Roseau, also in the Dominican Republic, before cruising the gentle breezes to Castries, St. Lucia and then on to St. Barts, both of which feature startling natural treasures above and under the sea and fantastic, fresh seafood.
Cruise Oceania Regatta Europe - Oceania Cruise Ship Regatta
For a chance to make your way across the pond with class and elegance, instead of being crammed onto a jet for a five-hour hop, take the "Return to Europe Tour" that leaves Miami and sets out for nine days at sea before stopping in the unique city of Funchal, Portugal and on to the Spanish capital of Barcelona.
Oceania Regatta cruises "The Northern Europe, Unabridged" cruise, which is exactly what it sounds like, allowing you to sample the delights of many different capitals. Start it all off with a healthy dose of Spanish sensuality in Barcelona, then sail to Seville and the ancient city of Lisbon before taking two sea days to get to Southampton, near London. After that you sail to Honfleur, France and Bruges, Belgium. Discover the many pleasures of Amsterdam before sailing to Kiel, England and then on to the merry town of Copenhagen, Denmark. Visit the local castles and many sidewalk cafes before sailing on to the extraordinary city they said could not be built-St. Petersburg. This cruise ends in Stockholm, a city with a cosmopolitan air, but a laid-back way of looking at the world and many nearby excursions into the stunning countryside.
Cruise Oceania Regatta Baltic - Oceania Cruise Ship Regatta
The Baltic Fjords Cruise also allows you to enjoy Stockholm, St. Petersburg, Copenhagen, Bruges, and Amsterdam, but also cruises the mighty Fjords of the far north and takes you to Helsinki, Finland. Other unique stops include Gdansk, Poland, Berlin, Germany, and Dover on the southern coast of England.
Cruise Oceania Regatta Mediterranean - Oceania Cruise Ship Regatta
The Mediterranean Cruise sets out from Barcelona, where you'll enjoy the blend of old and new architecture, and then head out for the glories of Marseille, with castles, cliffs, and rolling hillsides. Monte Carlo, the jet-set capital of the world, is next, and then you'll sail on to Portofino, Florence, Pisa, Corsica and Rome. Two days in Sorrento and then you're off to cruise the striking Amalfi coast and then the verdant island of Corfu, one of the few heavily vegetated Greek Islands. See the ancient meld with the modern in Dubrovnik, Croatia before sailing on to the city of romance, Venice.
The Vibrant Vignettes cruise gives a sketch of all coastal European life. Departing from the white cliffs of Dover, Regatta sails to Honfleur, France, then to Saint-Malo, and down the coast of Bordeaux, with two days for you to enjoy this amazing region. Next, she stops in Lisbon and cruises the strait of Gibraltar and is on to Barcelona, Marseille, Monte Carlo, Florence, Pisa, and then on to Rome. The Rivieras and Romance cruise lets you enjoy Rome as much as you care then sets out for Sorrento, Florence, Monte Carlo, Marseille, the beautiful treasure of Mallorca, and then rounds out her journey in Barcelona.
The Eternal Favorites cruise is exactly what it sounds like; unforgettable, lasting memories are made on this tour. Barcelona, full of the spirit of Picasso and Miro, is the departure point, and then you're off to Marseille, Monte Carlo, Portofino, Florence and Pisa, Rome, Sorrento, Amalfi, Corfu, Greece, Dubrovnik, and finally Venice.
Cruise Oceania Regatta Accommodations
There are six varieties of cabin and suites available onboard, and they range from the more Spartan interior stateroom to the Owner's Suites and Penthouses. The standard cabin amenities include color TV with CNN, MSNBC, another news channel, and six movie channels. All cabins have a bathroom with shower; suites and owner's suites offer whirlpool baths as well. Down comforters are the norm in all the staterooms, and other amenities include verandahs, DVD players, mini-bars, and refrigerators. The Owner's and Vista suites have private verandas, two color TVs, spacious bedrooms and living rooms, and some have wraparound decks. The Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom has a large window, queen sized bed or two twins, comfortable sitting area and breakfast table.
Cruise Oceania Regatta Dining
The Grand Dining Room offers one-time seating but is otherwise modeled after a European hotel restaurant - serving mostly European and some American regional cuisines. Looking for a heaping portion? Then stop in at the Polo Grill, an upscale steakhouse that specializes in dry-aged prime beef and fresh seafood. The wonderful culinary traditions of Tuscany are on display at the Toscana Grill, which has tall floor-to-ceiling windows offering a prime view while you dine. Another great view of the passing seas is to be found at the Terrace Café which is a casual place that caters to large appetites with buffet style dining. Waves is for when you're looking for a snack or to eat on the go, with salads, sandwiches, pizzas, and indoor/outdoor seating.
Oceania Regatta Cruises Activities
If you're like many people and need to get in your daily cardio to feel like a functioning human then you can always zip off a few laps at the jogging track, or crank through some waves in the onboard pool. Other options for exertion are the regular aerobics classes and the weight machines and stationary bicycles in the fitness center. There is a conference room if you need it, and a library for doing research on upcoming destinations or just some pleasant, light reading. There are six lounges and bars onboard if you're looking to lay back with some friends and sip a cocktail, and there is a small casino and a theater with lounge-style shows.
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