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  • Alaska
    America's largest state, Alaska truly knows no bounds. Stretching beyond the imagination, it is a land of staggering natural beauty. Virgin forests blanket the hills, snow-mantled mountains soar high into the sky, and ancient glaciers creep toward the sea, oblivious to the passage of time. Even the cities, so youthful and spirited, blend in seamlessly. Alaska remains a beacon for those who hold Mother Nature dear, and Regatta zealously explores from north to south, even calling upon Anchorage itself and charmingly remote Kodiak.
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Frontiers & Glaciers

Frontiers & Glaciers

10-day Cruise from Seattle to Vancouver onboard Regatta

ALASKAN SUMMERS During the summer months, the Alaskan frontier is teeming with life, and there is no better way to explore this untamed country than in the lap of luxury with Oceania Cruises. The Inside Passage provides a natural habitat for whales, porpoises and sea otters, and the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park near Skagway preserves the trails, boomtowns and historic buildings of this exuberant era. Misty Fjords National Monument near Ketchikan offers some of the most dramatic scenery in Alaska, and the massive expanse of the imposing Hubbard Glacier is advancing at a rate of approximately 80 feet per year.

Alaskan Wonders

Alaskan Wonders

10-day Cruise from Vancouver to San Francisco onboard Regatta

PREPARE TO BE AMAZED What is it that makes something wondrous? Is it the feeling you have when you are standing on the deck of Regatta watching pods of whales hunt for prey in the channels of the Inside Passage? Or is it the sounds of nature as you hike through the pristine Alaskan rainforests near Wrangell? The largest tidewater glacier in North America, Hubbard Glacier will amaze you, while the immense size of Tongass National Forest near Sitka is almost impossible to conceive. Whether soaring over the plunging cliffs of Ketchikan’s Misty Fjords in a floatplane or watching the Alaskan brown bear feed along salmon streams, whatever your definition of the word, Alaska is nothing short of wonderful.

Alaska Passages

Alaska Passages

10-day Cruise from Seattle to Seattle onboard Regatta

DISCOVER A VAST WILDERNESS The wilderness of the great Pacific Northwest is so vast that it can only be reached by sea, so what better way to experience this untamed expanse than on board the luxurious Regatta. Keep an eye out for pods of whales hunting in the channels of the Inside Passage and black bears feeding along the salmon streams near Ketchikan. Explore the waters surrounding Wrangell in a canoe, and enjoy a thrilling dogsled adventure on Mendenhall Glacier near Juneau. Marvel at magnificent Hubbard Glacier, North America’s largest tidewater glacier, and explore the area surrounding Skagway, which has been inhabited by the Tlingit since prehistoric times.

Majesty of Alaska

Majesty of Alaska

10-day Cruise from Vancouver to Seattle onboard Regatta

HISTORY AND GRANDEUR | From the warm Canadian embrace of vibrant Vancouver to the Scandinavian touches of emerald-forested Seattle, discover the many threads in the fabric of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. Russian influences are evident in remote Sitka, while the echoes of the explorers are heard among the whales near Hubbard Glacier. Skagway, known as the “Gateway to the Klondike,” brought people from all over the world during the heady days of the gold rush, while Ketchikan’s clean air and refreshing climate have been likened to that of Scotland. Juneau’s bawdy days as a gold mining town are in sharp contrast to the spiritual beauty of the native Tlingit in Icy Strait Point. To learn more about Oceania Cruises’ Alaska, visit www.alaskacruiselog.com.

Glacial Explorer

Glacial Explorer

12-day Cruise from Seattle to Seattle onboard Regatta

DIVERSE EXPERIENCES AMIDST ICY GRANDEUR From the bustling fish markets of Seattle to the serene wilderness of Tongass National Park, this incredible journey is a study in contrasts. Saxman Native Village in Ketchikan is home to one of the largest collections of standing totem poles, while Hubbard Glacier is a natural marvel with ice at its terminal face that is more than 450 years old and in some places more than 2,000 feet thick. Skagway offers a unique opportunity to learn the art of glassblowing, and a cooking class at Chez Alaska Cooking School in Juneau reveals the secrets of authentic Alaskan cuisine. Set out in search of the Alaskan coastal brown bears in the Spasski River Valley near Icy Strait Point, and tour one of North America’s largest Chinatown districts in Vancouver.