Oceania Debuts With Culinary Alaska

Cruise offers delicacies influenced by Native American and Asian traditions By: Marilyn Green
<p align="left" class="small_caption">Regatta in Alaska // © 2010 Oceania Cruises</p>

Regatta in Alaska // © 2010 Oceania Cruises


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Oceania Cruises
www.oceaniacruises.com   
Oceania Cruises, which offers a strong culinary focus, is celebrating its maiden Alaska season this year with regional delicacies influenced by Native American and Asian traditions on the 684-guest Regatta. These include fresh local halibut with dill and tomato beurre blanc, grilled Alaskan venison medallions and wild mushroom fricassee, Alaskan king crab rissotto and wild Alaskan salmon with apple cider beurre.

Highlights of Oceania Cruises’ first Alaska season include two full days of glacier cruising, and a mix of marquee and off-the-beaten-path Inland Passage ports — a hallmark of the brand. With two-for-one rates and free airfare, 10-day voyages start at $3,499 per guest, double occupancy. 
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