27 Night Cruise from Miami to Cuba, Panama Canal, San Francisco, Alaska, and Vancouver Aboard the Oceania Regatta

Ports of call for this 27 night Oceania Regatta cruise range from Cuba to Juneau, Alaska. How’s that for variety? The cruise departs from Miami, Florida on May 6, then spends the next day in Havana, Cuba, before sailing on into the Caribbean for a Panama Canal transit and stops in Columbia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatamala, and the west coast Mexico destinations of Acapulco and Cabo San Lucas. After a stop in San Francisco, California, the Regatta heads up the West Coast to Alaska, where you’ll visit the Alaska ports of Ketchikan, Juneau, and Sitka, plus cruise along Hubbard Glacier. The cruise ends in Vancouver, Canada.

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Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises

Ship: Oceania Regatta (click for ship details)

The Oceania Regatta offers an intimate, classic cruising experience on a recently renovated ship. This 684 passenger ship pampers cruises with luxurious accommodations, fine dining, and great staff-to-guest ratio. Plus, nearly 70% of Oceania Regatta's cabins have private verandas!

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Ports of Call: Acapulco, Mexico, Astoria, Oregon (US), Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Cartagena, Columbia, Havana, Cuba, Icy Strait Point (Hoonah), Alaska, Juneau, Alaska (US), Ketchikan, Alaska (US), Panama Canal, Panama, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada, Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala, Puntarenas, Costa Rica, San Francisco, California (US), San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, Sitka, Alaska (US), and Vancouver, Canada

Sailing Months: May 2018

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suitcaseWatch the ships come in! Stay at the InterContinental Miami overlooking Port of Miami and enjoy views of the cruise ships in Biscayne Bay.