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FROM $12,632*
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Departs Sydney
On 01 Dec 2020
For 35 nights
To Asia-Indian Ocean-Oceania
With Oceania Cruises
On Board Regatta
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Date Port Arrive Depart
01 Dec 20 Sydney, Australia 18:00
02 Dec 20 Cruising the Tasman Sea
03 Dec 20 Brisbane, Australia 08:00 22:00
04 Dec 20 Mooloolaba 08:00 18:00
05 Dec 20 Cruising the Coral Sea
06 Dec 20 Whitsunday Island 07:00 15:00
07 Dec 20 Cairns, Australia 10:30 21:00
08 Dec 20 Cruising the Coral Sea
09 Dec 20 Alotau 08:00 16:00
10 Dec 20 Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea 10:00 19:00
11 Dec 20 Cruising the Coral Sea
12 Dec 20 Cruising the Arafura Sea
13 Dec 20 Darwin, Australia 08:00 17:00
14 Dec 20 Cruising the Timor Sea
15 Dec 20 Komodo, Indonesia 11:00 19:00
16 Dec 20 Bali 13:00
17 Dec 20 Bali 17:00
18 Dec 20 Cruising the Timor Sea
19 Dec 20 Cruising the Indian Ocean
20 Dec 20 Exmouth, Australia 08:00 18:00
21 Dec 20 Cruising the Indian Ocean
22 Dec 20 Geraldton, Australia 08:00 18:00
23 Dec 20 Perth (Fremantle), Australia 09:00 20:00
24 Dec 20 Busan, South Korea 07:00
25 Dec 20 Cruising the Great Australian Bight
26 Dec 20 Cruising the Great Australian Bight
27 Dec 20 Port Lincoln 12:00 18:00
28 Dec 20 Adelaide, Australia 09:00 23:00
29 Dec 20 Penneshaw (Kangaroo Island) 07:00 16:00
30 Dec 20 Portland (Dorset) 10:00
31 Dec 20 Melbourne 10:00
01 Jan 21 Melbourne
02 Jan 21 Phillip Island (Cowes), Australia 08:00 23:00
03 Jan 21 Burnie (Tasmania), Australia 11:00 20:00
04 Jan 21 Cruising the Tasman Sea
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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 l.. Read more
35 night cruise sailing from Sydney, Australia aboard the Regatta
Visit Brisbane, Mooloolaba, Queensland, Whitsunday Islands, Cairns, Alotau, Port Moresby, Darwin, Australia, Komodo Island, Bali, Exmouth, Geraldton, Western Australia, Fremantle, Busselton, Port Lincoln, Adelaide, Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island, Portland, Dorset, Melbourne, Cowes, Isle of Wight, Burnie, Tasmania and Sydney, Australia.


Visit the famous Opera House, stroll along the harbor or cruise around it. Climb the Harbor Bridge, take a walk through the Rocks where Sydney began, or enjoy celebrated Bondi Beach. Head into the beautiful Blue Mountains for a taste of the country; visit a wildlife park and enjoy Australia’s fabulously unique creatures.


Venture into the lush mountains backing the city and enjoy breathtaking views, stunning forests and fields, farms, wineries, gallery and craft areas, and picturesque gardens. Watch for unusual birds as you stroll. Explore the city's museums, waterfront, riverwalk and beaches. The capital of Queensland, Brisbane is Australia's 3rd largest city and the most cosmopolitan of the ports in the state. Take an hour drive inland to visit the famous Australian Zoo, home of the Crocodile Hunter.


Blessed by one of the Australia’s top-rated beaches, the golden sands of laid-back Mooloolaba are lined with a tempting assortment of fashionable shops, juice bars and alfresco dining spots. Known for some of the Sunshine Coast’s best dining, Mooloolaba takes particular pride in its namesake prawns, a sought-after specialty. At the Sea Life Sunshine Coast Aquarium, admire the staggering variety of marine creatures that call this region home, and if you’re feeling more adventurous, head out to sea for an up-close encounter with harmless sharks. Whether you’re craving tranquility or a thrill, Mooloolaba’s dazzling seaside never fails to entice with a wide range of activities from snorkeling to sunbathing.

Whitsunday Island

Enjoy spectacular beaches, snorkel in crystalline waters, or dive and explore the exquisite underwater world of fish and coral. Visit the nearby Great Barrier Reef and enjoy its breathtaking wonders. While in Airlie Beach, take in the laid-back atmosphere at the picturesque lagoon and tropical garden.


This is the place to see the magnificent rainforest from the Kuranda Railway and visit local wildlife like koalas and emus in a rainforest habitat. Or learn about Aboriginal tradition at the culture park. Explore the town, its charming homes and the lovely botanical garden.


Amidst a land of thriving tribal cultures and pristine mountainous rainforest, Alotau is located in the extreme eastern end of Papua New Guinea where human habitation began over 45,000 years ago. Perched on the edge of Milne Bay, this picturesque hillside town makes the perfect base for exploring the outlying capes, coves and islands. The nearby village of East Cape offers excellent snorkeling, while Fergusson Island brims with fascinating geothermal features such as hot springs, bubbling mud pools, spouting geysers and volcanoes. The quaint settlement of Wagawaga offers beautiful waterfalls and gorgeous scenery from its cove location at the foot of sheer mountains that rise from the southern peninsula.

Port Moresby

Named by Captain John Moresby in 1873, the capital of Papua New Guinea was transformed from a sleepy port town into a booming military base during World War II. Explore the cultural exhibits at the National Museum, and stroll the Port Moresby Nature Park – a charming oasis full of local and exotic species, along with over 150 native animals. Travel to nearby Koki or Hanuabada, traditional stilt villages offering remarkable insight into the local culture. For beautiful views of Port Moresby and the surrounding harbor, head up to Paga Hill or Touaguba Hill.


Discover Aboriginal culture and art at the Fine Arts Museum, see the city and its wonderful gardens, or venture into the outback to fabulous Territory Wildlife Park and its many wonders. Or head for the incredible waterfalls at Litchfield National Park. Watch crocodiles at a research station, or take a cruise along the Adelaide River and watch the saltwater crocs leap from the water to catch their prey.

Komodo Island

Komodo is one of the 17,508 islands of Indonesia and one of three major islands making up Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to being a popular destination for diving, it is the only natural habitat of the Komodo dragon. The island of Komodo includes approximately 60 square miles of craggy mountains, deep canyons, savannas and monsoon rainforests.


Experience this exquisite island and its gentle people as you explore the lush countryside of terraced rice fields and mountains dotted with temples. Visit a royal palace, watch an entrancing dance performance, or see carvers at work. Enjoy villages filled with beautiful arts and crafts and the daily festivals with villagers parading in their finery to local temples.


This scenic coastal town on the eastern edge of Western Australia is just a stone’s throw from Ningaloo, the largest fringing reef in Australia. Snorkel among 250 species of coral and 500 species of colorful fish in Ningaloo Marine Park or soak up the sunshine and turquoise waters from the white sand beaches. Just west of Exmouth, Cape Range National Park features a spectacular backdrop of rugged gorges and limestone canyons carved by ancient rivers. It also offers many hiking trails and ample opportunities to spot emus, wallabies and red kangaroos.


The hub of Australia’s Coral Coast, Geraldton features stunning beaches, a burgeoning culinary scene and a rich history. Step back in time with the city’s array of historical monuments and museums, including Point Moore Lighthouse, Birdwood Military Museum and St. Francis Xavier Cathedral. Visit Ellendale Pool, a natural pool surrounded by giant gum trees and a stunning rocky cliff. Perhaps spend a leisurely afternoon on one of the many sun-drenched beaches and watch the abundant kitesurfers in action – Geraldton is one of the top three kitesurfing locations in the world. Immerse yourself in the local cuisine at an eclectic café or serene seaside restaurant as you sample lobster fresh from the sea and typical regional dishes.


A stunning setting along Swan River and the Indian Ocean welcomes you into the laid-back city of Perth. At Kings Park, one of the few urban parks that dwarf Central Park, take in breathtaking views of downtown Perth and plan your day. Explore the city’s range of eclectic neighborhoods, immerse yourself in indigenous art at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, or discover Australia’s native wildlife at the Perth Zoo. Travel to nearby Swan Valley, Western Australia’s oldest wine region, to visit one of the many historic vineyards for a tasting of excellent local wines. Meanwhile, discover Fremantle’s distinct character through its 19th century port streetscape. Dive into its seafaring history at the Western Australia Maritime Museum and Shipwreck Galleries, visit Fremantle Prison or explore the Manjaree Heritage Trail for a glimpse of life before European settlement.


From trendy cafes and famous fish markets to sacred temples and traditional tea ceremonies, Busan, the second largest city in South Korea is bursting with flavors and culture. Take a walk in the relaxing Yongdusan Park while admiring the various species of trees and a view of the Busan Tower. At the Hongbeopsa farming temple, explore the renowned large Buddha statues at the Main Buddha Hall while walking along a water lily path, or experience a traditional Korean tea ceremony conducted by one of their monks.

Port Lincoln

Nestled within sheltered Boston Bay, the largest natural harbor in Australia, Port Lincoln is the gateway to over 148,000 acres of natural parks. Explore a variety of spellbinding coastal landscapes, from rugged shorelines and vast expanses of scrub to gorgeous beaches favored by surfers. At the Mikkira Station wildlife reserve, relish a chance to interact with curious koalas, and at the Axel Stenross Maritime Museum, view lovingly restored historic windjammers and sailing artifacts. Cross the Eyre Peninsula for a taste of premium oysters in Coffin Bay, all the while hearing captivating tales of the Aboriginal tribes that for millennia called this exceptional area home.


South Australia’s coastal capital, Adelaide combines the charm of a picturesque country town with lively cosmopolitan offerings. Discover the region’s history at the South Australian Art Museum or browse local delicacies such as Adelaide Hills cheeses at the impressive Central Market. Visit Adelaide Oval, celebrated as the world’s prettiest cricket ground, for a behind-the-scenes look at the iconic stadium’s history. For a taste of the local wine culture, venture into the countryside to explore Barossa Valley, Clare Valley or McLaren Vale, three excellent nearby wine regions.


Perhaps one of Australia’s most beautiful hidden gems, Kangaroo Island is home to thriving native wildlife, dramatic coastal cliffs, lush eucalyptus forests, rolling green hills and gorgeous beaches. In Penneshaw, discover indigenous fairy penguins, the smallest species of penguin, or visit Island Beach for snorkeling, swimming and birdwatching. Travel to spectacular Flinders National Park to encounter koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, fur seals and massive rock formations, or visit Seal Bay Conservation Park for the unforgettable experience of walking among a colony of friendly sea lions. Or simply relax with a glass of sparkling shiraz and enjoy the views from Sunset Winery, perched on a hill overlooking the Eastern Cove.

Portland - England

Joined to the mainland of Dorset by narrow Chesil Beach, Portland is in the heart of England's dramatic Jurassic Coast, so called because its rock bed dates back 185 million years. The coastal cliffs and area's unique flora and fauna are awe-inspiring; the perfect complement to the town's rich history. Portland Castle overlooks the harbor and is one of Henry VIII's best-preserved coastal fortifications. Portland Bill Lighthouse is another landmark, literally, and has been guiding sailors for more than 300 years. You may also enjoy walking to the abandoned Tout Quarry, which has been turned into a delightful stone sculpture park.


Head into the scenic Dandenong Mountains and ride the Puffing Billy steam train through the forest. Meet the koalas, wallabies and more at a wildlife park or explore local wineries. Take a walk and discover the city's marvelous architecture, chic galleries and boutiques.

Phillip Island

Phillip Island boasts wide sandy beaches, spectacular coastal scenery, excellent surfing and a world-famous Grand Prix circuit. However, its biggest attraction measures about one foot tall and weighs just two or three pounds. The island is home to thousands of little penguins, endearing not only as the smallest penguins on the planet but also for their unique blue coloring. Each day as the sun sets, the tiny birds return from a long day of fishing at sea and waddle up the beaches to the safety of their burrows. Affectionately known as the Penguin Parade, this magical scene has enchanted visitors since 1920. An array of wildlife beyond the penguins also can be observed here, including whales, koalas and Australia’s largest fur seal colony. Those not fond of furry friends might visit the National Vietnam Veterans Museum, take a stroll on the seaside boardwalk, or check out a local brewery or winery.


Nestled in the northwest corner of Tasmania, this energetic and creative seaside town offers a unique perspective on the world of industry. Once dependent on paper manufacturing, the inventive community has transformed its industry into a compelling art culture. Visit Makers’ Workshop, part museum and part arts center, for an introduction to the inspired spirit of Burnie, along with a tour of the process of papermaking and a glimpse of local artisans at work on their handicrafts. Discover Burnie’s natural gems on the many trails at Fern Glade Reserve or the picturesque Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden.
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Oceania Cruises

Oceania Cruises, formed in 2002, is the world’s only upper premium cruise line, providing a high quality cruise product for mature and discerning travellers by offering the finest culinary experience at sea, meticulous attention to detail and a warm and inviting country-casual ambience on every voyage.

By combining extraordinary comfort, exceptional value and the world’s most alluring destinations, you will receive an enriching and rewarding cruise experience. The fleet of four Oceania ships take in destinations throughout the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Scandinavia, South Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, Alaska, Canada, New England, Asia, Africa, South America, the Caribbean and Panama Canal, as well as embark on transoceanic voyages.

These intimate and luxurious mid-sized ships allow you to explore the world in unequalled style and comfort. You’ll find an onboard atmosphere that is extremely convivial, as well as an unrivalled level of personal service due to the fact that there are two staff members to every three guests. Plus, with stops in more than 330 ports around the world featuring the perfect mix of must-see and off-the-beaten-path ports with multiple overnight calls, you can truly immerse yourself in the cuisine, culture and history of each port.


Dining with Oceania Cruises could be hailed as the “finest at sea” with legendary master chef Jacques Pepin at the helm as the Executive Culinary Director. With his culinary genius, he has helped Oceania’s chefs create cuisine that earns rave reviews from guests, course after delectable course.

In the course of a single voyage, thousands of different dishes will be prepared, ranging from a delicate soufflé to a robust King’s Cut Bone-in Prime rib. Add the tantalising array of Jacques Pepin signature dishes that are always available, and there is no end to the delicious meals you can indulge in.

The four distinctly different restaurants onboard Regatta, Insignia and Nautica, and the six restaurants onboard Marina, all offer you the freedom to dine whenever and wherever you wish, and exceed expectations with service that is truly exceptional.


Oceania Cruises’ is designed for adults and in general, its cruise ships do not provide care, entertainment or supervision for children. However, from 2013, certain Alaska itineraries will feature a program for children, offering an environment- and nature-orientated approach to entertaining kids.

Quick Stats

Cruise Line Oceania Cruises
Passenger Capacity 684
Tonnage 30277
Total Crew 400
Length 594
Launched 1st Mar 1998

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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. Four unique, open seating restaurants, a world class fitness center and spa, 8 lounges and bars, casino and 342 lavish suites and luxurious staterooms, nearly 70% of which feature private verandas. And with just 684 guests to pamper, our 400 professionally trained European staff ensures you will want for nothing.


Restaurant, 24-hour Room Service, Grand Bar, Grand Dining Room, Toscana, Polo Grill, Terrace Cafe, Martini Bar, Lounge, Tapas Restaurant, Regatta Lounge, Body Wraps, Bar,

Whirlpool, Steam Room, Massage, Sun Deck, Jacuzzi, Tanning Treatments, Spa, Beauty Salon, Make-Overs, Manicures, Pedicures, Swimming Pool, Facial Treatments,

Gym, Aerobics, Yoga, Fitness Center, Jogging Track, Personal Training, Pilates,

Boutique, Security Safe, Photo Gallery, Shore Excursion Office, Observation Lounge,


Internet Cafe, Satelite Telephone,

Library, Card Room,

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