Oceania Sirena Receives Renovations & Exotic New Itineraries

Oceania Insignia Grand Dining Room

Oceania Cruises, recently unveiled the recently renovated Oceania Sirena. After a top-to-bottom upgrade as part of the $100 million OceaniaNEXT initiative, Oceania Sirena boasts 342 completely new staterooms and suites along with dramatically transformed public spaces. Sirena also debuted some additional refinements above and beyond what was done to the…

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Oceania Insignia Has a Contemporary New Look

Oceania Insignia Grand Dining Room

Oceania Insignia has recently emerged from a 16-day dry dock, the first ship in Oceania’s Regatta-class to receive extensive renovations as part of OceniaNEXT, Oceania Cruises’ $100+ million refurbishment project. Insignia’s Renovation Highlights Stunning new chandeliers have been added to the Grand Dining Room and the iconic Grand Staircase. The…

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Oceania Cruises Presents Europe & The Americas 2020 Itineraries

Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey

Oceania Cruises has introduced its new Europe & The Americas Collection of itineraries for 2020. This collection features over 80 new itineraries designed to showcase the splendor of the Mediterranean, the diversity of Europe’s western wine country, the storied history of the Baltics, British Isles and Norway, and the majesty…

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Oceania Riviera and Marina Getting New Ralph Lauren Designed Owner’s Suites

Oceania Marina & Riviera Owners Suite - Master Suite

Oceania Cruises’ sister ships, Riviera and Marina, will receive new Owner’s Suites furnished exclusively by Ralph Lauren Home. The suites are the first of many enhancements and new guest experiences coming to the 1,250-guest ships as part of OceaniaNEXT, Oceania’s sweeping array of dramatic enhancements across its entire fleet. “The…

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Oceania Cruises to Refurbish Regatta-class Ships

Oceania Cruises Regatta-class

Oceania Cruises has announced it will revamp its Regatta-class ships, the Regatta, Insignia, Sirena and Nautica. Dubbed OceaniaNEXT, the $100 million project includes a sweeping array of dramatic enhancements. Each of the 684-passenger ships will receive 342 new designer suites and staterooms, as well as new décor in the restaurants, lounges and bars. Regatta, Insignia, Nautica…

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