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    As VP of operations, Tyler Hickman is in charge of day-to-day management at Icy Strait Point. Last year, the port had 73 ship calls. Hickman, who lives in a cottage at the now-closed salmon cannery, explains what makes it stand out from the rest.
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      Showcasing the Regatta's upgrades

      Oceania Cruises spent $50 million on a refurbishment of its three smaller ships, and the line conducted a day of ship tours on the Regatta, which received its refurb just before its Alaska season. A new lounge area on the pool deck was part of the updates. TW photos by Rebecca Tobin; posted Sept. 18, 2014

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      Showcasing the Regatta's upgrades

      One of the additions to the Regatta in the refurbishment were Balinese lounge beds around the pool (shown here without cushions).

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      Showcasing the Regatta's upgrades

      And, here, near the hot tub in the Canyon Ranch SpaClub.

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      Showcasing the Regatta's upgrades

      Toscana, one of the Regatta's two alternative restaurants, received a facelift in the refurbishment.

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      Showcasing the Regatta's upgrades

      A grill was added to the lido Terrace Cafe.

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      Showcasing the Regatta's upgrades

      Fabrics, carpeting and soft furnishings were updated throughout the Regatta, such as in the ship's Main Lounge.

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      Showcasing the Regatta's upgrades

      A string quartet plays for embarking passengers.

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      Showcasing the Regatta's upgrades

      Martini's Lounge on Deck 5 of the Oceania Regatta received new furnishings.

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