Seas Of Tranquility

1 March - 30 March 2018

Duration

29 Nights

Journey Type

Sailing from Indonesia

Ports

14 Ports

1-2 March

Setting sail from Bali

It's no surprise to us that Bali remains Indonesia's most popular tourist destination; though the island is not the undiscovered gem it once was, it's still a wonderful place to travel. The beaches, spectacular volcanic scenery and lush green rice terraces lend Bali a natural beauty that seems to dovetail perfectly with the island's distinct Hindu culture, which adorns the landscape with stunning temples. We advise steering clear of the backpacker beaches around Kuta, and heading instead for the quieter south coast resorts or the charming inland town of Ubud, the spiritual centre of the island.

Don't miss

Ubud is busy but go if you possibly can, and enjoy the spiritual vibe and the beautiful scenery.

3-4 March

At sea

5 March

Australia: Darwin

6-7 March

At sea

8 March

Australia: Cooktown

9 March

Australia: Cairns

10-12 March

At sea

13 March

New Caledonia: Nouméa

14 March

At sea

15 March

Vanuatu: Port Vila

16 March

At sea

17 March

Fiji: Lautoka

18 March

Fiji: Suva

19 March

At sea

20 March

American Samoa: Pago Pago

20 March

Samoa: Apia

21-25 March

At sea

26 March

United States: Hilo

27 March

United States: Kahului

28 March

United States: Nawiliwili

29 March

Arriving in Honolulu

If the word Honolulu makes you think of deserted beaches and dusky maidens, think again! Despite its remote location in the North Pacific, Honolulu is busy busy, in particular the boisterous, touristy Waikiki beach. If you prefer to get away from the crowds, tour the rest of the island, or choose one or two of the other islands in this volcanic and contrasting island group for a change of scenery and a completely different pace. Asian influences are strong here, as you might imagine - the perfect stopping off point en route from the Far East to America.

Our tip

We would always recommend spending some time exploring the Hawaiian Islands: choose Kauai for dramatic natural beauty, Maui for great hotels and beaches, and excellent golf, or the Big Island for the amazing volcanoes.

The Ship

Your home from home

Oceania Regatta at sea
R Class Grand Dining Room
R Class Terrace Cafe

Small enough to operate fascinating port-intensive itineraries, but with the space for dining options, comfortable accommodation and more, sister ships Insignia, Nautica, Regatta and Sirena are for many the perfect size.

What we love

These four boutique style sister ships carry just 684 guests apiece, with a comfortable, relaxed country house style and plenty of intimate corners. We love the alternative restaurants - Oceania is rightly renowned for great food - and the pretty little library up on deck 10.

Capacity 684 Guests
Crew 400 International Staff
Style On Oceania it's all about the time spent ashore, so back on board it's relaxed and unpretentious, with no dressing up. Open seating throughout creates an atmosphere which is friendly and sociable.
Inclusions
  • All meals even in the speciality restaurants
  • Room service dining 24 hours a day
  • All soft drinks, bottled water, specialty coffees, teas and juices
  • Shuttle service from ship to city centre in many ports of call
  • Airfare (conditions apply)
  • Internet (conditions apply)
  • Loads of extras for Concierge Class and above
More about Regatta

Tailor-make your trip

Ways to make it better
Four Seasons Hualalai, Hawaii

Where to stay in Hawaii

Very difficult to choose from the fantastic resort hotels on offer, but we think the Four Seasons Hualalai on the Big Island edges in front.

Komodo dragon on the beach

Beyond Bali

If you have time, make the slightly complicated journey via Labuan Bajo on to Rinca to see the Komodo Dragons.

Get in touch & let us tailor-make your perfect cruise holiday

Call us on 020 7399 7670 or visit us at our comfortable offices just off London's Regent Street.

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