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Regatta Review

4.5 / 5.0
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386 reviews

Enjoyed our first cruise on Regatta

Review for Regatta to Alaska
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First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Aug 2018
Cabin: Ocean View

Just finished a great family cruise on the Regatta. The service was outstanding, by the second day the staff we saw the most (bars and dinning rooms) knew our names. The food was as expected - top knotch. We ate in both of the specialty rest (Polo Grill & Toscana) the food was fabulous and the service very attentive. Other than that we normally ate in the Terrace Cafe ( breakfast & dinner) or Waves ( lunch outside) and did not try the main dinning room and we were very happy with the quality of the food and the casualness which by the third day had folks at different tables toalking each other, it very much felt like the grill at a club.Horizons the main bar up near the bow offered great views and attentive staff. One of the things I like about Oceana is the low passenger count (640) and the high ratio of crew (400+). You always feel pampered but not smothered.

The entertainment was very good the comedian and the special singing act were excellent. We only saw one of the shows by the ships troop and it was good. Sadly one of the troop got sick and they had to cancel the rest of the shows. However on the last night they put on a variety show with the show band, some of the troop, comedian, magician and speciality singer that was well accepted by the packed audience.

It is true that Oceana caters to a older more well to do group of folks so they do not tend to have a lot of children on board.

Cabin Review

Ocean View

Cabin D

We chose the ocean view cabins on deck 2 which are 165 square feet and have a porthole. The location was very quiet and had little or no hallway traffic. The nice thing about the porthole area was it has a large shelf to store things like computers and cameras.

While small the cabin is functional and we spent very little time there.

While the ship shows some age in the public areas and rooms though very well maintained it will be nice to see the ship in the next year or so as Oceana does it’s just announced refurbishment of their ships.

Port Reviews


We just walked around town to see Creek Street and took the public shuttle to the Totem Museum


Just had fun walking around town looking in the stores


Just walked around the inner harbor and china town, tea at the Princess and then a water taxi ride


Enjoyed walking around pike place market before boarding our ship

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