Oceania Regatta

Oceania Regatta ship facts:

Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises

Inaugural Cruise Year: 2003

Maximum Passengers: 684

Ports of Call: Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis, Acapulco, Mexico, Acajutla, El Salvador, Cartagena, Columbia, Astoria, Oregon (US), Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas, Corinto, Nicaragua, Colon, Panama, Nassau, Bahamas, Havana, Cuba, Samana, Dominican Republic, St. Johns, Antigua, Mazatlan, Mexico, Panama Canal, Panama, Huatulco, Mexico, Hilo, Hawaii (US), Juneau, Alaska (US), Los Angeles, California (US), Icy Strait Point (Hoonah), Alaska, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala, Honolulu, Hawaii (US), Puntarenas, Costa Rica, Ensenada, Mexico, Ketchikan, Alaska (US), San Francisco, California (US), San Diego, California (US), Kahului, Hawaii (US), San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada, Moorea, French Polynesia, Nuku Hiva, French Polynesia, Papeete (Tahiti), French Polynesia, Sitka, Alaska (US), Vancouver, Canada, and Wrangell, Alaska (US)

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About the Oceania Regatta

The Oceania Regatta received a major refurbishment in 2014, prompting Cruise Critic to call the Regatta “one of the most beautiful ships at sea.” Renovations included updates to suites and staterooms, a complete renovation of the main dining room, the addition of a Baristas coffee bar, upper deck pool and sports area enhancements, a renovated spa, and refurbishment of the ship’s lounges.

Cabin options include a variety of suites, balcony staterooms, ocean view staterooms, and inside staterooms. A large percentage (about 70%) of the ship’s staterooms have private balconies. Cabins feature “Prestige Tranquility” beds with 1,000 count linens.

On board amenities and activities include the Canyon Ranch Spa, three boutique shops, a library, a pool and sports deck with putting greens, a variety of bars and lounges, and a casino. Afternoon tea is served daily at 4:00, with tea, pastries, finger sandwiches, and live music performed by a classical string quartet.


Dining is provided in four open seating restaurants. The Grand Dining Room serves from a menu that changes daily, with a choice of at least ten appetizers, soups, and salads and twelve entrees at dinner. The Polo Grill provides classic steakhouse dining with an emphasis on steak and seafood. Toscana is an elegant Italian eatery. The Terrace Cafe provides casual indoor/outdoor dining. And Waves Grill is casual dining with a menu of All-American favorites.

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Oceania Regatta Cruises from Miami:


10 Night Southern Caribbean Dreams Cruise Aboard the Oceania Regatta
Ports of Call: Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis, Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas, Nassau, Bahamas, Samana, Dominican Republic, St. Johns, Antigua, and Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Sailing Months: April 2018

16 Night Cruise to Los Angeles Aboard the Oceania Regatta
Ports of Call: Acapulco, Mexico, Cartagena, Columbia, Corinto, Nicaragua, Havana, Cuba, Huatulco, Mexico, Los Angeles, California (US), Panama Canal, Panama, and Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Sailing Months: Oct 2018

16 Night Cuba & Panama Canal Cruise to San Francisco Aboard the Oceania Regatta
Ports of Call: Acapulco, Mexico, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Cartagena, Columbia, Havana, Cuba, Panama Canal, Panama, Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala, Puntarenas, Costa Rica, San Francisco, California (US), and San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua
Sailing Months: May 2018

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

32 Night Cruise from Miami to Hawaii and Tahiti Aboard the Oceania Regatta
Ports of Call: Acapulco, Mexico, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Cartagena, Columbia, Corinto, Nicaragua, Havana, Cuba, Hilo, Hawaii (US), Honolulu, Hawaii (US), Huatulco, Mexico, Kahului, Hawaii (US), Los Angeles, California (US), Moorea, French Polynesia, Nuku Hiva, French Polynesia, Panama Canal, Panama, Papeete (Tahiti), French Polynesia, and Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Sailing Months: Oct 2018

18 Night Cruise to San Francisco and West Coast Mexico Aboard the Oceania Regatta
Ports of Call: Acapulco, Mexico, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Colon, Panama, Havana, Cuba, Mazatlan, Mexico, Panama Canal, Panama, Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala, Puntarenas, Costa Rica, San Diego, California (US), San Francisco, California (US), and San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua
Sailing Months: May 2019

28 Night Cruise to Caribbean and Alaska Aboard the Oceania Regatta
Ports of Call: Acapulco, Mexico, Astoria, Oregon (US), Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Colon, Panama, Havana, Cuba, Juneau, Alaska (US), Ketchikan, Alaska (US), Mazatlan, Mexico, Panama Canal, Panama, Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala, Puntarenas, Costa Rica, San Diego, California (US), San Francisco, California (US), San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, Sitka, Alaska (US), and Wrangell, Alaska (US)
Sailing Months: May 2019

18 Night One Way Cruise to San Francisco Aboard the Oceania Regatta
Ports of Call: Acajutla, El Salvador, Acapulco, Mexico, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Cartagena, Columbia, Colon, Panama, Corinto, Nicaragua, Ensenada, Mexico, Havana, Cuba, Panama Canal, Panama, Puntarenas, Costa Rica, and San Francisco, California (US)
Sailing Months: Oct 2019


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