Regatta Overview

A luxurious mid-size ship, the Regatta captures the relaxing ambience of an elegant country club. Over 90% of the plush accommodations have ocean views, and many feature private teak verandas. Premium suites also include whirlpools and 24-hour butler service. Sample tapas under the stars, or try your luck in the casino. Have a drink in one of the eight lounges; enjoy a plethora of entertainment from comedians to a 12-piece orchestra, celebrity guest lecturers, and a flamenco guitarist to name a few. With exceptional European service, a world-class spa and gourmet cuisine the Regatta is an exceptional destination all on its own.

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Regatta Ship Stats

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  • Size: S
  • Total Passengers: 684
  • Total Crew: 400
  • Crew to Passenger Ratio: 1.71
  • Built: Jan 1998
  • Refurbished: Jan 2011
  • Number of Decks: 9
  • Total Cabins: 0
  • Cabin Categories: 16
  • Gross Tonnage: 30,277
  • Length: 594
  • Beam: 84

Regatta Cabins

16 cabin categories.

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Inside Cabin Inside
(2 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $253/night
Oceanview Cabin Oceanview
(7 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $272/night
Balcony Balcony
(23 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $409/night
Suite Cabin Suite
(5 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $614/night

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Regatta Dining

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Toscana Toscana
(2 Reviews)
Terrace Cafe Terrace Cafe
(2 Reviews)
Grand Dining Grand Dining
(1 Review)
Waves Grill Waves Grill
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Regatta Onboard Activities

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Lounge/Dance Floor Lounge/Dance Floor
(1 Review)
Fitness Center Fitness Center
(1 Review)
Horizons Lounge Horizons Lounge
(1 Review)
Spa Spa
(3 Reviews)

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94 Regatta Reviews

Disappointing by louisekorr

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We were disappointed in this sailing largely due to the drastic change in itinerary. The service and food in the main dining room was hit and miss. The Toscana specialty restaurant was excellent. The Polo Grill was ok only. On a positive note Oceania provided a bridge instructor and we were able to play duplicate bridge every sea day.

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Breathtaking by livinglife4me

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Sites were incredible , friendliest staff I have ever encountered. Ship should have used stabilizers more !

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Greatest #1 Bucket List by pkdrum

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I have never heard anyone say, "oh, that Alaska trip/cruise is horrible" and now I know why - the Alaska experience was wonderful but the views and the Alaska people we encountered were awesome. I want to recognize the ship staff - my two sweet little housekeepers were so nice and the whole crew were fabulous. They made up for the lack of friendliness of some of the passengers.

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37 Regatta Tips

Apr 14, 2015

You should really book excursions through the cruise line unless you are going to be local for shopping. If your excursion runs late and you book excursions privately, the ship probably will not wait if they are scheduled to leave. We were late getting back from Tikal and the ship waited for us.

Aug 06, 2014

Book another cruise line!

Aug 07, 2014

Don't bother getting off the boat unless you take an excursion, book them on your own, look for local liquor stores in ports of call and enjoy beverages in your room. Don't bring a bottle of your own to a dining room, they charge $25 corking fee. Yes, we were able to being liquor on borad.

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