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- Seattle, Washington, USA
- 05:00 PM
- Inside Passage, Alaska
- Ketchikan, Alaska
- 10:00 AM
- 07:00 PM
- Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska
- Sitka, Alaska
- 07:00 AM
- 04:00 PM
- Prince Rupert, BC. Canada
- 11:00 AM
- 08:00 PM
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- 08:00 AM
Regatta, Awe of Alaska ex Seattle Roundtrip
Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises
Selected Sailing Date: 20 Aug 2019
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7 Night Cruise sailing from Seattle Return aboard Regatta.
Sail away onboard Regatta, an intimate and luxurious ship that caters to just 684 discerning guests. Savor the finest cuisine at sea, be pampered by 5-star personal service, enjoy world-class entertainment and relax in the country-club casual ambiance.
Consider too, that with just 684 guests, there is far more opportunity to mix and mingle, to develop a camaraderie with fellow shipmates. Take in an enthralling lecture given by a world-renowned expert or delve into the latest best seller in the English-inspired library. Succumb to the pleasures of an aromatherapy massage or work out in the state-of-the-art fitness centre. Your lifestyle onboard can be active and engaged or as private and laid back as you wish.
Highlights of this cruise:
Head to the top of the famed Space Needle, enjoy the performers in Pioneer Square, watch fish-tossing in legendary Pike Place Market or spend the afternoon in the impressive Seattle Art Museum. Take in the groovy Experience Music Project or the fascinating Pacific Science Center. Dive into the sea at the Seattle Aquarium or take to the skies at the Museum of Flight
Totem poles are one of Ketchikan's chief attractions, and the best places to view them are Saxman Village and Totem Bight State Park. Drop by the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center to learn about the local cultures and ecosystems.
British Columbia's most northern coastal city, Prince Rupert sits on the very edge of the wilderness. The majority of its attractions revolve around the outdoors, such as sport fishing or a walking tour of the bonsai-like forest at Oliver Lake. Wildlife abounds, including bears, mountain goats and a variety of migrating whales. To
Called "Shee Atika" by the Tlingit Indians, then "New Archangel" by the Russians who ousted them, Sitka boasts a multicultural heritage. Two dozen of its attractions are on the National Register of Historic Places, including Castle Hill and Building 29, a structure built by the Russians in 1835. The Sheldon Jackson Museum exhibits one of Alaska's oldest native culture collections.