Oceania Cruises’ Regatta has returned to Sydney waters ‘better than new’ and completely ‘re-inspired’.
The Regatta’s upgrade was part of the US $100 million OceaniaNEXT refurbishment across four mid-sized ships and includes a new look and feel for all 342 staterooms and suites onboard – including new furnishings and new marble bathrooms.
The upgrade doesn’t include structural changes, but is effectively a top-to-toe resurfacing of all the soft features with a theme inspired by the sea and sky.
Cruise Passenger was invited onboard to see what all the fuss was about as the vessel, one of Australia’s favourites which is sailing itineraries in Australia and New Zealand and the South Pacific until March, 2020.
We took a tour of the Regatta, which included a look into the specialty dining venues including Toscana, the bars and loungers, public spaces like the Grand Dining Room as well as some of the sumptuous accommodation available onboard.
Cruise Passenger‘s Rose Jacobs has captured all of this as well as a private tour of the Owner’s Suite, the sparkling Pool Deck and the tranquil and elegant library.
Join us on a tour of the best in luxury on board this beautifully ‘reimagined’ medium sized ship.
And for more on her itineraries, see oceaniacruises.com.
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