Oceania Cruises Regatta Overview
cruise ship is Oceania Cruises
' prestigious flagship, a beautifully appointed vessel that offers luxury and superlative service within a comfortable, casual atmosphere.
Specs: Regatta at a glance
The Regatta has a maximum guest capacity of just 684. The vessel weighs in at 30,277 tonnes with a length that comes just under 594 feet. The Regatta has 9 guest decks and 3 crew decks.
Accommodation: Regatta rooms and suites
Regatta rooms range from inside cabins outfitted with legendarily comfortable bedding to spacious and opulently appointed suites fit for a king. Booking the premier Regatta suites (christened 'Owner's Suites') gives you certain privileges - like priority embarkation, 24-hour butler service and a complimentary in-suite bar set-up, with 6 full size bottles of spirits and wines.
Entertainment: things to do on board the Regatta
While port-heavy itineraries mean that Regatta excursions are a major focus, there's plenty to keep cruisers engaged and enthralled at sea.
A handful of Regatta entertainment highlights:
Food: Regatta restaurants
Classical concerts under the stars
Special performances: singers, comedians, magicians...
Canyon Ranch SpaClub - world renowned spa treatments
Dancing lessons for all confidence levels
Nothing is standing in your way when you want great Regatta food. All of the dining options are included in your fare and every restaurant features open seating.
Some Regatta dining options:
Destinations: Regatta itineraries
The Grand Dining Room: favourite dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner
The Terrace Cafe: buffet-style with indoor and outdoor seating
Toscana: top-notch Italian cuisine, a real favourite
Polo Grill: classic steakhouse fare
The Regatta mostly sticks to North American waters, with several itineraries casting off from Vancouver
, but Central American is on the table too - from icy Alaska
to the 16th century plazas of Cartegena, a Regatta itinerary will delight the true traveller.
Things to remember: On board the Regatta
A few things to know when you're planning for a Regatta
There are no official formal nights, although some guests will dress up for the welcome dinner. As long as you pack something a little bit classy alongside your casualwear, you should be fine.
While the minimum age to sail on the Regatta is 1 year old, this isn't a ship that caters for little cruisers. There are no children's activities, so unless your kids are happy to entertain themselves, this may not be the best option for them.
For those concerned about tipping, gratuities are levied automatically and are payable via your onboard account.