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50 nights sailing from Sydney (Australia) on cruise ship Regatta

Itinerary: Sailing from Sydney (Australia), visiting Brisbane (Australia), Airlie Beach (Australia), Cairns (Australia), Cooktown, Queensland, Australia, Darwin (Australia), Bali (Indonesia), Bali (Indonesia), Komodo Isla
from £12,371 Price per person based on double occupancy

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50 nights sailing from Sydney (Australia) on cruise ship Regatta

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Inside

Inside Stateroom F

Ocean View

Deluxe Ocean View C2

Deluxe Ocean View C1

Balcony

Veranda Stateroom B2

Veranda Stateroom B1

Concierge Level Veranda A3

Concierge Level Veranda A2

Concierge Level Veranda A1

Suite

Penthouse Suite PH3

Penthouse Suite PH2

Penthouse Suite PH1

Owner´s Suite OS

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Cruise Itinerary

Full Itinerary
Day 1 Sydney (Australia) Embarkation | Departure: 18:00H 11 hours in destination
Day 2 at sea
Day 3 Brisbane (Australia) Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 19:00H 12 hours in destination
Day 4 at sea
Day 5 Airlie Beach (Australia) Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 15:00H 8 hours in destination
Day 6 Cairns (Australia) Arrival time: 09:00H | Departure: 19:00H 10 hours in destination
Day 7 Cooktown, Queensland, Australia Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 16:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 8-9 at sea
Day 10 Darwin (Australia) Arrival time: 10:00H | Departure: 19:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 11-12 at sea
Day 13 Bali (Indonesia) Arrival time: 08:00H
Day 14 Bali (Indonesia) Departure: 15:00H
Day 15 Komodo Island (Indonesia) Arrival time: 10:00H | Departure: 20:00H 10 hours in destination
Day 16-17-18 at sea
Day 19 Geraldton, Australia Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 17:00H 10 hours in destination
Day 20 Perth (Australia) Arrival time: 10:00H
Day 21 Perth (Australia) Departure: 20:00H
Day 22 BUSSELTON, AUSTRALIA Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 16:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 23 Albany (Australia) Arrival time: 09:00H | Departure: 18:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 24-25 at sea
Day 26 Adelaide (Australia) Arrival time: 10:00H | Departure: 23:00H 13 hours in destination
Day 27 Penneshaw (Australien) Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 16:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 28 Portland (Australien) Arrival time: 10:00H | Departure: 19:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 29 Phillip Island, Australien Arrival time: 09:00H | Departure: 23:59H 14 hours in destination
Day 30 Melbourne (Australia) Arrival time: 08:00H | Departure: 23:59H 15 hours in destination
Day 31 Geelong Arrival time: 06:00H | Departure: 18:00H 12 hours in destination
Day 32 Burnie (Tasmania) Arrival time: 09:00H | Departure: 19:00H 10 hours in destination
Day 33 at sea
Day 34 Eden, New South Wales, Australia Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 15:00H 8 hours in destination
Day 35 Sydney (Australia) Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 16:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 36-37 at sea
Day 38 Bay of Islands (New Zeland) Arrival time: 14:00H | Departure: 21:00H 7 hours in destination
Day 39 Auckland (New Zealand) Arrival time: 09:00H | Departure: 19:00H 10 hours in destination
Day 40 Tauranga (New Zealand) Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 16:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 41 Napier (New Zealand) Arrival time: 11:00H | Departure: 19:00H 8 hours in destination
Day 42 Picton (New Zealand) Arrival time: 12:00H | Departure: 20:00H 8 hours in destination
Day 43 Akaroa (New Zeland) Arrival time: 10:00H | Departure: 19:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 44 Dunedin (New Zealand) Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 17:00H 10 hours in destination
Day 45-46-47 at sea
Day 48 Melbourne (Australia) Arrival time: 13:00H
Day 49 Melbourne (Australia) Departure: 18:00H
Day 50 at sea
Day 51 Sydney (Australia) Arrival time: 08:00H | Departure: 18:00H 10 hours in destination
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50 nights Cruise on Regatta. Sailing from Sydney (Australia), visiting Brisbane (Australia), Airlie Beach (Australia), Cairns (Australia), Cooktown, Queensland, Australia, Darwin (Australia), Bali (Indonesia), Bali (Indonesia), Komodo Island (Indonesia), Geraldton, Australia, Perth (Australia), Perth (Australia), BUSSELTON, AUSTRALIA, Albany (Australia), Adelaide (Australia), Penneshaw (Australien), Portland (Australien), Phillip Island, Australien, Melbourne (Australia), Geelong, Burnie (Tasmania), Eden, New South Wales, Australia, Sydney (Australia), Bay of Islands (New Zeland), Auckland (New Zealand), Tauranga (New Zealand), Napier (New Zealand), Picton (New Zealand), Akaroa (New Zeland), Dunedin (New Zealand), Melbourne (Australia), Melbourne (Australia), ending in Sydney (Australia).

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Sydney (Australia)

Sydney is known as the Harbour City. It is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia and one of the world´s most beautiful and liveable cities. Brimming with history, nature, culture, art, fashion, cuisine, design, it is set next to miles of ocean coastline and sandy surf beaches. Recent immigration trends have led to the cities reputation as one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in Australia and the world. The city is also home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of the most iconic structures on the planet. The city is surrounded by nature and national parks, which extend through the suburbs and right to the shores of the harbour.

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Brisbane (Australia)

Brisbane is the third most important cities in Australia. There are multiple points of interest for the visitors. One of them is located at the north of the city, Fraser Island which is the biggest sand island in the world and has rainforest and lagoons. The access is by ferry. The island is inhabited by dingoes or wild dogs.

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Airlie Beach (Australia)

Airlie Beach is a town in the Whitsunday Region of Queensland, Australia. Airlie Beach is one of many departure points for the Great Barrier Reef. Near latitude 20 degrees south, Airlie Beach, Proserpine and the nearby Whitsunday Islands enjoy a tropical climate and lifestyle. The Whitsunday Islands, named by James Cook in 1770 are a sailors paradise. Each year the residents of Airlie Beach celebrate The Blessing of the Fleet on Whit Sunday or Pentecost Sunday. Airlie Beach is a tourist destination, extremely popular with backpackers. Its beach is small and the sea is inhabited by marine stingers, the box jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) from November to May. In order to provide somewhere for the visitors tourists to swim, the local council, has built a small – medium sized swimming lagoon on the foreshore, similar to the lagoon found in Cairns. The Great Barrier Reef is easily accessible from Airlie Beach, with an array of different types of tours available. A survey conducted by Ray Green in 2000, found Airlie Beach was often described by local residents and tourists as commercial and touristy, relaxed, beautiful and friendly while maintaining a natural environment with tropical vegetation, views of the sea, islands and surrounding hillsides.

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Cairns (Australia)

Cairns is a very popular destination for the tourists due to it's tropical climate and to it's proximity to numerous attractions. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the attractions and is less thatn an hour by boat. The Daintree Natural Park and Cape Tribulation, 130 kms to the north of Cairns, are famous areas surrounded by rainforest.

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Cooktown, Queensland, Australia

Cooktown is a small town located at the mouth of the Endeavour River, on Cape York Peninsula in Far North Queensland where James Cook beached his ship, the Endeavour, for repairs in 1770. Both the town and Mount Cook which rises up behind the town were named after James Cook. It is the northernmost town on the east coast of Australia and was founded on 25 October 1873 as a supply port for the goldfields along the Palmer River. It was called 'Cook's Town' until 1 June 1874. Attractions in Cooktown include the Cooktown Museum and the wonderful James Cook Historical Museum. There is also a good display in the window of Jackey Jackey. Another great place to visit is the Mt Cook National Park, and well worth the climb nearby Mt Cook. The walk to the top and back down again takes about 3 hours, although the views are fabulous. Cooktown is also a starting point to explore the surrounding National Parks, with a variety of different tours offered. Around the town you can cruise along the river. Heading further afield, you can visit the Black Mountain National Park, Coloured Sands and Lakefield National Park.

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Darwin (Australia)

Darwin is the most populated city in the northern territory of Australia. Over the time Darwin has grown from a pioneering enclave and small port into one of Australia´s most modern and multicultural cities. The proximity with Asia make the city an important gate from countries like Indonesia and East Timor. The city has many miles of amplitude, inmaculate beaches, including the Casuarina Beach, where you can find the markets of Mandil beach. Darwin has extense parks and gardens. Between them the Botanical gardens of George Brown Darwin. Also there are different types of fauna, like marine crocodiles.

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Bali (Indonesia)

Bali is a province of Indonesia. The province covers a few small neighbouring islands as well as the isle of Bali. The main island is located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Bali is also the largest tourist destination in the country and is renowned for its highly developed arts, including traditional and modern dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. A tourist haven for decades, the city has seen a further surge in tourist numbers in recent years.

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Bali (Indonesia)

Bali is a province of Indonesia. The province covers a few small neighbouring islands as well as the isle of Bali. The main island is located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Bali is also the largest tourist destination in the country and is renowned for its highly developed arts, including traditional and modern dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. A tourist haven for decades, the city has seen a further surge in tourist numbers in recent years.

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Komodo Island (Indonesia)

Komodo is one of the 17,508 islands that compose the Republic of Indonesia. The island is particularly notable as the habitat of the Komodo dragon, the largest lizard on Earth and consequently named after the island. Komodo Island has a surface area of 390 square kilometres and a human population of over two thousand. The people of the island are descendants of former convicts who were exiled to the island and who have mixed with Bugis from Sulawesi. The people are primarily adherents of Islam but there are also Christian and Hindu congregations. Komodo is part of the Lesser Sunda chain of islands and forms part of the Komodo National Park. In addition, the island is a popular destination for diving. Administratively, it is part of the East Nusa Tenggara province.

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Geraldton, Australia

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Perth (Australia)

Perth is located to the west of Australia and is the state of Western Australia. During the visit to the city we can find a lot of cultural activity and many attractions, specially in the centre. the panoramic views of Perth and the Swan River, visit King Park and the botanical garden, are some of the places we can visit. You will love it!

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Perth (Australia)

Perth is located to the west of Australia and is the state of Western Australia. During the visit to the city we can find a lot of cultural activity and many attractions, specially in the centre. the panoramic views of Perth and the Swan River, visit King Park and the botanical garden, are some of the places we can visit. You will love it!

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BUSSELTON, AUSTRALIA

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Albany (Australia)

Albany is a port city in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, some 418 km SE of Perth, the state capital. The city centre is at the northern edge of Princess Royal Harbour, which is a part of King George Sound. Today the town is a place of significance as a tourist destination and base from which to explore the south-west of the state and is well regarded for its natural beauty and preservation of heritage. The town has an important role in the ANZAC legend, being the last port of call for troopships departing Australia in the First World War.Albany is the oldest permanently settled town in Western Australia, predating Perth and Fremantle by some two years.The Albany region is notorious for people being lost from so-called king waves washing people off rocks, which may or may not be associated with freak waves or similar phenomenon. On the otherwise picturesque coastline there are many beaches that are safe and usable: Emu Beach, Emu Point, Middleton Beach, Frenchman Bay Beach, Gull Rock / Boiler Beach, Bettys Beach, Shelley Beach, Two Peoples Bay, including Little Beach and Waterfall Beach, Nanarup, Muttonbird Beach, Cosy Corner, Kenryl Beach

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Adelaide (Australia)

Adelaide is the capital of the Australian state of South Australia, and is the fifth largest city in Australia. Adelaide was laid out in a square mile grid of wide streets with gracious colonial architecture. It is compact city makingit easy walking and surrounded it with 930 hectares of parklands. The pleasant climate is perfect for leisure hours on its beaches, the Torrens River and at sidewalk cafes. It has an active cultural lifestyle with many galleries, museums, churches, sidewalk cafes, cosy pubs and elegant restaurants. The central markets feature 48 cultures in a unique atmosphere that has survived 125 years. The main shopping precinct is Rundle Mall with department stores, boutiques, speciality shops and malls. Suburban shopping precincts such as King William Road and North Terrace are also popular and fashionable. The 1920s Adelaide railway station is an attractive casino and a historic tram takes visitors out to Glenelg beach with its own lively shops, restaurants and grand hotel. Further afield are the wine regions of the Barossa and Clare Valleys which are great for day trips.

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Penneshaw (Australien)

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Portland (Australien)

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Phillip Island, Australien

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Melbourne (Australia)

Melbourne is Australia´s cultural capital, with Victorian-era architecture, extensive shopping, museums, galleries, theatres, and large parks and gardens. Its 4-million residents are both multicultural and sport enthusiasts. Al fresco eateries, one-off shops and cozy little bars all nestle side-by-side in laneways threading throughout the city. Each arcade has its own individual character and charm. Melbourne is often called the cultural capital of Australia, with its many art galleries, film festivals, orchestras, choral and opera productions, vibrant live music scene, and a strong food, wine and coffee culture. Melbourne, known as the Kulin Nation to its traditional owners, has many galleries and museums with an Aboriginal or Indigenous focus, including the Koorie Heritage Trust.

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Geelong

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Burnie (Tasmania)

The animated costal city of Tasmania, offers infinity of activities. The most attractive are the Guide Falla, the Roundhill Lookout balcony, that sffers panoramic views of the city and the bay, and the Burnie Park.

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Eden, New South Wales, Australia

Situated on the magnificent waters of Twofold Bay, Eden is a town marked by its unusual history. Once a major whaling district in New South Wales for most of the 19th century and up until 1930, it is now a winter hotspot for the annual migration of whales between Antarctica and the warmer winter waters to the north. Best time to whale watch (October – November) each year when whales are on their southern migration. Twofold Bay also offers all weather diving and daily fishing trips or simply cruise the Bay, where dolphins, fairy penguins and whales may also be seen. The Killer Whale Museum is Eden´s top tourist attraction.

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Sydney (Australia)

Sydney is known as the Harbour City. It is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia and one of the world´s most beautiful and liveable cities. Brimming with history, nature, culture, art, fashion, cuisine, design, it is set next to miles of ocean coastline and sandy surf beaches. Recent immigration trends have led to the cities reputation as one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in Australia and the world. The city is also home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of the most iconic structures on the planet. The city is surrounded by nature and national parks, which extend through the suburbs and right to the shores of the harbour.

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Bay of Islands (New Zeland)

The Bay of Islands is an area in the Northland Region of the North Island of New Zealand. Located north-west of Whangarei, it is about 130.48 miles by road to Cape Reinga at the northern tip of the country.It is one of the most popular fishing, sailing and tourist destinations in the country, and has been renowned internationally for its big-game fishing since American author Zane Grey publicised it in the 1930s.

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Auckland (New Zealand)

Auckland is a major cruise ship stopover point, with the ships usually tying up at Princes Wharf. Auckland CBD is connected to coastal suburbs, to the North Shore and to outlying islands by ferry. Auckland is home to many cultures. The majority of inhabitants claim European - predominantly British and/or Irish - descent, but substantial Maori, Pacific Islander and Asian communities exist as well. Auckland has the largest Polynesian population of any city in the world and a higher proportion of people of Asian origin than the rest of New Zealand. Ethnic groups from all corners of the world have a presence in Auckland, making it by far the country's most cosmopolitan city.

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Tauranga (New Zealand)

Tauranga is the largest city in the region of Bay of Plenty, on the east coast of the Northern island of New Zealand. We can find Mount Manganui, named after an extinct volcano. Famous for the beaches and mostly for its mountain.

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Napier (New Zealand)

Napiuer is a portuary city located in the region of Hawke Bay in New Zealand. It is known as the world capital of Art Decó. After a 7,9 magnitude earthquake and the fires that came after, most part of the commercial area was destroyed in 1931. After that the city was reconstructed in the flamboyant style of Art Decó. The neat geometrical lines, the neon clocks and the iluminated fountains give Napier a look as of a movie set. Napier also has the most sun hours in the country, for this reason it is one of the main regions for wine in the country.

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Picton (New Zealand)

picton is located in the region of Malbourough, on the north of South Island. It is the bridge city between both islands. It is a peaceful city, that has a marina and a park on the beach. The wide principal street is full of souvenir shops, restaurants and cafes, many with sea views. A relaxing walk down the marina and the coast will allow you to see the marvelous views. The Queen Charlotte Drive, the touristic train TranzCoastal, the fjords of Malborough, together with the diving, the navigation and the sighting of dolphins and sea lions, are some of the attractions of Picton.

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Akaroa (New Zeland)

Akaroa, with its own beautiful bays and harbour and French and English history has an enormous range of activities to keep you busy for days. In Flea Bay you will find the largest little penguin colony on mainland New Zealand. Akaroa waters are home to the rarest and smallest marine dolphin and all around you will find fantastic sea kayaking in spectacular surroundings. There are cruises, sail boats, cycle tours, mail runs, and an excellent range of walking tracks. Don't miss seeing the Hector's dolphins and other special wildlife on a harbour cruise. There is so much to see and do in Akaroa that you will need more than a day trip.

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Dunedin (New Zealand)

Dunedin is the largest city in the province of Otago, New Zealand. You can find endless beaches for the practice of surfing or diving.

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Melbourne (Australia)

Melbourne is Australia´s cultural capital, with Victorian-era architecture, extensive shopping, museums, galleries, theatres, and large parks and gardens. Its 4-million residents are both multicultural and sport enthusiasts. Al fresco eateries, one-off shops and cozy little bars all nestle side-by-side in laneways threading throughout the city. Each arcade has its own individual character and charm. Melbourne is often called the cultural capital of Australia, with its many art galleries, film festivals, orchestras, choral and opera productions, vibrant live music scene, and a strong food, wine and coffee culture. Melbourne, known as the Kulin Nation to its traditional owners, has many galleries and museums with an Aboriginal or Indigenous focus, including the Koorie Heritage Trust.

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Melbourne (Australia)

Melbourne is Australia´s cultural capital, with Victorian-era architecture, extensive shopping, museums, galleries, theatres, and large parks and gardens. Its 4-million residents are both multicultural and sport enthusiasts. Al fresco eateries, one-off shops and cozy little bars all nestle side-by-side in laneways threading throughout the city. Each arcade has its own individual character and charm. Melbourne is often called the cultural capital of Australia, with its many art galleries, film festivals, orchestras, choral and opera productions, vibrant live music scene, and a strong food, wine and coffee culture. Melbourne, known as the Kulin Nation to its traditional owners, has many galleries and museums with an Aboriginal or Indigenous focus, including the Koorie Heritage Trust.

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Sydney (Australia)

Sydney is known as the Harbour City. It is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia and one of the world´s most beautiful and liveable cities. Brimming with history, nature, culture, art, fashion, cuisine, design, it is set next to miles of ocean coastline and sandy surf beaches. Recent immigration trends have led to the cities reputation as one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in Australia and the world. The city is also home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of the most iconic structures on the planet. The city is surrounded by nature and national parks, which extend through the suburbs and right to the shores of the harbour.

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The ship: Regatta

Regatta ship Oceania Cruises

Sleek, elegantly charming, Regatta is the Flagship of the Oceania Cruises fleet. Her decks are resplendent in the finest teak, custom stone and tile work and her lounges, suites and staterooms boast luxurious, neo-classical furnishings, Regatta offers every luxury you expect.

Inaugurated 1997
Beam 25 m.
Length 181 m.
Tonnage 30200 tn.
Occupancy 684
Crew 400
Ratio passenger / crew Premium 2:1
Ratio tonnage/passengers Excellent 44:1
Number of staterooms 342
Number of staterooms with balcony 232
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What's included onboard?

Free shuttle service from the ship to the city centre in many ports of call – a daily value of up to $50 per guest

Free dining at all specialty restaurants

Free and unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub private Spa Terrace (Concierge Level Staterooms and Suites only )

Unlimited soft drinks, bottled water, cappuccino, espresso, teas and juices

Room service 24 hours a day 

Accommodation in luxurious staterooms or suites

FREE Unlimited WiFi is included in your cruise fare; enjoy WiFi access throughout the entirety of the ship, including in all suites, staterooms, public rooms and outdoor decks; two free logins will be provided per suite or stateroom, each of which can be used on one device at a time; a login is provided for the first two devices per suite or stateroom; additional logins and upgrade packages are available for purchase on board. 

What's not included?

For your convenience the following gratuities are automatically added to your shipboard account; For guests occupying staterooms, gratuities of $180 per guest, per day will be added; For guests occupying Penthouse, Oceania, Vista or Owner's Suites where Butler Service is provided, gratuities of $23 per guest, per day will be added (please note these may be changed by the cruise line); In addition, an 20% service gratuity is automatically added to all beverage purchases, spa services and dinner at La Reserve. Naturally, guests may adjust gratuities while onboard the vessel at their sole discretion.

Each ship is equipped with limited medical facilities and staffed by international medical personnel; Customary Emergency Room fees and charges do apply for medical services and are dictated by the services performed by the ship's medical staff.

Personal expenses and purchases at the shops onboard are not included in the cruise price.

Also not included are shore excursions, meals ashore, baggage handling, gratuities, beverages not part of the regular menu, laundry service and other onboard amenities and services, including spa and medical treatments

Alcoholic drinks are not included; Wine, beer and spirits can be purchased at an incredible value with Oceania Cruises' beverage packages that enhance your onboard experience; Contact us to book your perfect beverage package.

It is recommended that all guests purchase comprehensive travel insurance that includes Medical and Baggage Protection, as well as Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance to cover the full purchase price of the cruise, including air and/or land program costs.

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  • Simply More Benefits!

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    simply MORE amenities are per stateroom, based on double occupancy and subject to change; except simply MORE amenities for single travelers who are booked in a Solo category, and are at the per guest rate. simply MORE free shore excursion credit varies by voyage and is up to US$1,600 per stateroom, except for Grand Voyages as amenity value varies according to voyage length and for single travelers booked in a Solo category as amenity is at the per-guest rate. simply MORE Champagne, Wine, and More amenity is the House Select beverage package and is valued up to US$2,800 per stateroom, except for Grand Voyages as amenity value varies according to voyage length and for single travelers booked in a Solo category as amenity is at the per-guest rate. simply MORE shore excursion credit has no cash value. Not all promotions are combinable.

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