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Oceania Regatta in Darwin 2018

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Big ships in Darwin
Cruise ship enthusiasts will love the opportunity to view Oceania Cruises Regatta at Fort Hill Wharf West Berth this February and March. Arriving at 6.30 am on Saturday 24 February 2018, Oceania Regatta is on her 53 night Turquoise Seas Sojourn Cruise.

Commencing her journey in Auckland, Oceania Regatta will travel to Darwin following circumnavigating New Zealand, then via Sydney, Newcastle, Brisbane, Cairns and Cooktown. She will depart Darwin at 6 pm for her onward journey to Indonesia before returning to Darwin on Monday 5 March 2018 arriving at 8.45 am and departing at 6 pm. She will then travel to Honolulu via Cooktown, Cairns, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji and America Samoa. Regatta will pay a final visit to Darwin for 2018 on Monday 24 December 2018 arriving at 8.15 am and departing at 6 pm.

The Regatta is 593.7 feet in length and with 9 guest decks is able to accommodate 684 guests with 400 staff catering to their every need. Following a major refurbishment in 2014, she is the flagship of the Oceania Cruises fleet with decks of the finest teak and custom stone and tile work.

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Regatta. Photo: Oceania Cruises


The Regatta offers cruises from 7 days through to a luxurious 53 days and travels around the world on cruises such as Kaleidoscope of Cultures, Alaska Wonders and Majestic Frontiers.

Regatta's suites and staterooms provide the luxury of space and include ocean view and inside rooms, owners, vista and penthouse suites. A variety of dining styles leaves you with plenty of choice. While Regatta offers guests a variety of dining options, the stately Grand Dining Room pays tribute to Europe's 5 star hotel restaurants. Serving course after course of European-inspired cuisine, options such as light and healthy are available along with signature specials from Jacques and Red Ginger.

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Grand Dining Room. Photo: Oceania Cruises


Life on board includes bars and lounges, boutiques, the Spa Club and casino or guests can enjoy one of the many entertainment options. Onboard shows include Tuxedo, Gatsby's, Good Lovin' and Get on the Floor and Dance. All shows are performed by the versatile and talented Regatta cast.

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Oceania Regatta Cast. Photo: Oceania Cruises


The event is free and child-friendly and a great opportunity to bring the little ones along to see the big ships.

All times given are subject to change. This is a viewing event only, no access is available onboard. Access on to the wharf may be restricted.
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Why? A great opportunity to see the big ships in Darwin.
When: Saturday 24 February 2018
Cost: FREE
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