Oceania Luxury Cruise

August 9, 2019 Sonu K 0 Comments

If you've been looking for an excuse to visit Alaska then look no further than our cruise and stay package "Frontiers and Glaciers" which includes three nights accommodation in a five-star hotel in Vancouver, a half-day whale watching & wildlife viewing excursion, and a 14 day luxurious cruise through the icy wilderness with the newly transformed Oceania Regatta.

The voyage aboard the 684-guest Regatta departs Vancouver on 10 August 2020. The first day is spent sailing via the Inside Passage into Alaska, giving passengers time to enjoy the majestic views while sampling the free dining, free non-alcoholic drinks, free room service and 24-hour butler service.

Scroll down to take a look at some of the highlights of this incredible cruise, as well as more about the newly transformed Oceania Regatta and, of course, all the package details.

Highlights Of Your Cruise

Begin your journey in the Canadian city of Vancouver. On your first day in town, take to the water aboard the 74-passenger Ocean Magic Express Cruiser to glimpse at whales in the wild, along with sea birds and other marine life on a fully-guided half-day excursion. The next day is free time to explore the city sights including world-class museums, the historic Gastown district, bustling Chinatown and Stanley Park.

Ketchikan is the first port of call, home
of the famous totem poles at Saxman
Village and Totem Bight State Park. The
next stop is the small town of Wrangell,
the only Alaskan community to be
governed by four nations (the native
Tlingit Nation, Russia, Britain and the
United States), which offers plenty of
cultural and wildlife activities.

The next three days are at sea with the
vessel passing by the huge Hubbard
Glacier, the longest tidewater glacier
in Alaska stretching 122km to the sea
from Yakutat Bay and Disenchantment
Bay.

In Juneau, explore the state’s capital,
which can only be reached by sea or
air thanks to its remote location. As
a result, it has a surprising small-town
charm. Over the next five days of the
voyage, Regatta will trace the Alaskan
coast calling at Skagway, Haines and
the spectacular Icy Strait Point.

Regatta's final call is Seward, named after
the US Secretary of State who negotiated
the acquisition of Alaska. Sights include
the Seward Museum, Alaska SeaLife
Centre & the nearby Chugach Forest.

Oceania Regatta: A Ship Transformed!

Oceania's acclaimed Regatta has undergone a multimillion-dollar transformation to create a virtually new ship. Her decks are resplendent in the finest teak, custom stone and tile work, and her lounges, suites and staterooms boast luxurious, neo-classical furnishings.

She features four unique, open-seating restaurants, a world-class fitness center and spa, eight lounges and bars, a casino and 342 lavish suites and luxurious staterooms, nearly 70% of which feature private verandas. With just 684 guests to pamper, the 400 professionally trained European staff ensure you will wait for nothing.

Frontiers & Glaciers - The Package

Priced from AU$8,899 per person twin share for an inside stateroom, the 17-night ‘Frontiers and Glaciers’ package includes the cruise, accommodation, whale-watching tour, free internet, and a choice of up to eight shore excursions, up to a bonus US$800 onboard credit or a house beverage package. Click below for a full list of inclusions & pricing options.