Oceania Cruises‘ newest ship, Sirena, will undergo a major transformation, including new contemporary suite designs, as part of a $40 million refurbishment when the line takes delivery of the vessel in March 2016.
Spacious and luxurious, Sirena‘s six Owner’s Suites have been redesigned in a fresh style and feature amenities including plush custom-made furnishings, Oceania Cruises’ exclusive Prestige Tranquillity Bed, a newly-renovated master bathroom with oversized shower, a private half-bathroom for guests, and a private teak veranda offering stunning views over the horizon.
The four redesigned Vista Suites feature a cosy sitting area, Prestige Tranquillity Bed, a marble-infused master bathroom with expansive shower, a second bathroom for guests and a private veranda with views over the ship’s bow.
Sirena will also feature two new speciality restaurants, Tuscan Steak and Red Ginger, and Jacques Bistro, a new gourmet lunch experience in the Grand Dining Room.
The 684-guest Sirena will enter service on 27 April 2016 with a 14-night cruise from Barcelona to Venice.
During its inaugural season, Sirena will sail on Mediterranean and Caribbean itineraries featuring a mix of classic destinations and 11 new ports of call, including the famed beaches of Gaeta, Italy; the pristine rainforest of Golfito, Costa Rica; and the well-preserved provincial township of La Paz, Mexico.
With the recent expansion of OLife Advantage, guests who book any suite or stateroom category on Sirena or any of its sister ships by 31 December 2015 will receive numerous complimentary amenities, including the House Select Beverage Package, unlimited internet and pre-paid gratuities.
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