Oceania Cruises second ship in its new Allura Class is aptly named Allura. The 1,200-guest ship will set sail in 2025, and is the eighth ship overall for Oceania Cruises. Vista, the first ship in the Allura Class, set sail in May 2023.
Named to reflect the excitement of starting an immersive new journey – the eternal call of the mysterious and the unknown – Allura will entice guests to discover some of the world’s most captivating locations, enjoying the freedom of exploration while sailing the open seas, according to Oceania.
- A new onboard Crêperie, serving freshly made crêpes and waffles to order in the morning and a decadent array of gelatos in the afternoon
- A new social hub, atop the ship, adorning sweeping views of the seascape and offering a perfect nook for quiet reflection. Where a living room ambiance meets learning, this new space sees The Library and digital center come together to serve our guests in a new way
- One chef for every 10 guests, ensuring 50% of crew members are dedicated to culinary experiences
- Only major cruise line to boast two Master Chefs of France
- 5 specialty dining venues, including new signature restaurants Ember and Aquamar Kitchen, at no extra cost
- 1,200 guests served by 800 crew members – two crew members for every three guests
- The most spacious standard staterooms at sea – an astounding 291 square feet
- Hundreds of immersive shore excursions and tours to choose from on each sailing
- Onboard enrichment including art classes at Oceania Cruises’ Artist Loft, numerous guest speakers and sommelier demonstrations during exclusive Sommelier’s Choice and Cellar Master’s Wine Pairing Luncheons
- An expansive Culinary Center, and an accompanying Chef’s Studio, where epicurean secrets will be shared by the talented onboard Chef Instructors
Allura’s 2025 Inaugural Season
The 26 Inaugural Season sailings span more than 92 destinations on various seven- to 34-day voyages.. The opulent ship will boast standard staterooms measuring 291 square feet, larger than many entry-level suites on some ultra-luxury cruise lines.
Calling at ports in the Eastern Mediterranean, the new ship will sail its maiden voyage on a seven-day journey from Athens to Istanbul, departing on June 8, 2025. Allura will journey to some of the most intriguing and inspiring destinations in the opening European season with calls at iconic cities and lesser-known gems such as Cádiz, Cagliari, Messina, Palma de Mallorca, Palermo and Cinque Terre.
From her summer season in the Mediterranean, Allura will sail to Canada and New England for an extended season in North America before her premiere winter season in the Caribbean.
“2025 is slated to be our biggest year yet at Oceania Cruises with Allura’s maiden season and our first collection featuring all eight boutique ships on sale,” said Frank A. Del Rio, President of Oceania Cruises. “With our 2025 Summer Collection, we look forward to continuing to show why Oceania Cruises is acclaimed for its destination-rich itineraries by offering new ports of call and expanded service into highly sought-after regions.”
Oceania’s 2025 Summer Collection
Oceania’s 2025 Summer Collection of voyages features an extensive and diverse lineup of more than 100 itineraries, plus nearly 50 Grand Voyages, to all corners of the world.
Travelers can choose from a selection of perfectly curated Europe voyages, classic Canada and New England cruises, exciting adventures in Alaska, plus South Pacific sailings that visit paradise islands in French Polynesia and beyond aboard Oceania Cruises’ eight small, luxurious ships.
2025 Summer Collection Highlights
- More than 100 destination-rich itineraries, plus nearly 50 Grand Voyages
- Riviera sails in Alaska for the very first time, offering the ultimate Last Frontier experience
- Allura, Vista, Marina, Sirena and Nautica explore Europe with 70+ diverse itinerary options
- Itinerary lengths range from 7 to 56 days
- 100+ overnight stays including Seville, Jerusalem, Istanbul, Bordeaux, Berlin, Antwerp, Montreal, Bora Bora and Papeete
- 10 new ports of call including Cesme, Turkey; Kemi, Finland; Lulea, Sweden; Maniitsoq, Greenland; Pozzallo (Sicily), Italy; Samos, Greece; Scrabster, Scotland; Sibenik, Croatia; Sundsvall, Sweden; and Vaasa, Finland.
French Polynesia and Hawaii
Oceania will introduce seven new exotic summer sailings to French Polynesia and Hawaii on its boutique ship, Regatta. Sailing with Oceania Cruises is the ultimate way to visit these stunning destinations that offer a utopia of cultural encounters, memorable adventures and pristine natural surroundings.
The new cruises will visit French Polynesia and Hawaii during the months of August, September and October when the regions boast abundant sunshine, balmy temperatures and lower humidity.
New itineraries include:
Polynesian Dreams: 15 days from Honolulu to Papeete aboard Regatta.
Tahitian Legends: 10 days from Papeete to Papeete aboard Regatta.
The recently revamped 1,250-guest Riviera will sail her first season in Alaska in summer 2025. The ship will explore the best of Alaska with more than a dozen explorations of the glaciers and wilderness of the Last Frontier. With itineraries ranging from 7 to 12 days, travelers will discover glaciers, pristine wilderness and the unique local culture of the region.
Oceania’s incredible Alaska adventures include:
Alaska Reflections: 8 days from Vancouver to Whittier aboard Riviera.
Spirit of Alaska: 10 days from Seattle to Seattle aboard Riviera.