Today, Oceania Cruises announced changes to its 2013 Alaska sailings on Regatta including the addition of a new 14-day Pacific Exploration voyage roundtrip from Seattle on June 4, 2013. The new itinerary features calls into Kodiak, Hoonah and Seward as well as cruising Alaska’s Inside and Outside Passages and the awe-inspiring Hubbard Glacier.
The new Pacific Exploration voyage combines two originally scheduled seven-day sailings on June 4 and June 11, 2013. The company also amended its June 28 and July 5, 2013 Coastal Alaska sailings to now begin and end in Seattle. The changes were made based on feedback from the line’s guests and travel partners.
“Our guests and travel partners were asking for a longer itinerary and an enhanced experience to enjoy all the wonders that Alaska has to offer,” said Kunal S. Kamlani, the line’s president. “With two-for-one savings on our Unlimited Passport Collection package, these voyages offer great value for travelers who wish to explore Alaska on a smaller ship, going ashore with a select few rather than waiting in line with thousands.”
Oceania Cruises always features two-for-one cruise fares and free air delivering additional value to guests especially at a time when air costs are rising. The line is also offering bonus savings of up to $3,000 per stateroom, two-for-one deposits and an Unlimited Passport Collection shore excursion promotion valued at up to $999 per stateroom on select sailings that are booked by December 31, 2012.
Scenic highlights for Oceania Cruise’s Alaska itineraries include cruising the Inside and Outside Passages, Hubbard and Sawyer Glaciers and Tracy Arm Fjord. The destination experience can be further enhanced with excursions such as a sea kayaking adventure at Mendenhall Glacier, a day of fishing for salmon, trout and halibut and the Spasski River Valley Wildlife & Bear search.