Regatta-class cruise ship
|Builders:||Chantiers de l'Atlantique|
The Regatta class ships were built in 1998–2000 for Renaissance Cruises as a part of their R class. They have a gross tonnage of 30,277 and can accommodate a maximum of 824 passengers in 343 cabins.
When Oceania Cruises was founded in 2002, they took three of the R-class ships: R One which they rechristened MS Insignia, R Two which they rechristened MS Regatta, and R Five which they rechristened MS Nautica. Oceania referred to these collectively as the Regatta Class.
|MS Regatta||1998||2003||Marshall Islands||Previously R Two, last refurbished in 2011|
|MS Insignia||1998||2003||Marshall Islands||Previously R One and Columbus 2, leased to Hapag-Lloyd, last refurbished in 2014|
|MS Nautica||2000||2005||Marshall Islands||Previously R Five, last refurbished in 2010|
|MS Sirena||1999||2016||Marshall Islands||Previously R Four, Tahitian Princess, and Ocean Princess.|
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- Ward, Douglas (2006). Complete Guide to Cruising and Cruise Ships. Singapore: Berlitz. pp. 354–355, 421–422, 514–515. ISBN 981-246-739-4.
- "Oceania Cruises' M/S Regatta is Christened in Barcelona, Spain" (Press release). 26 June 2003. Archived from the original on 2007-06-06. Retrieved 25 June 2007.
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