Oceania Cruises has announced its OceaniaNEXT initiative, which include new enhancements to the line's four 684-guest ships (Regatta, Insignia, Sirena, and Nautica).
After a $100 million upgrade, each ship will feature 342 brand new designer suites and staterooms, and new décor in the restaurants, lounges and bars, inspired by the line’s 450 ports of call.
Setting a new standard
Insignia will be the first to debut on Dec. 7, 2018, followed by Sirena in May 2019, Regatta in September 2019, and Nautica in June 2020.
Concierge Veranda Stateroom of the reimagined Regatta-Class ships
“OceaniaNEXT will be the most extensive and comprehensive suite of product and guest service enhancements that we have ever undertaken,” said Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises. “Our Regatta-Class ships are like second homes to our loyal guests and travel partners. We are maintaining the intimate surroundings and personal attention that our guests love, while at the same time setting a new standard of style and elegance for small ship cruising. We have opened a new chapter, innovating in every way as we look to the future and the way our guests want to travel."
Grand Hall View of the reimagined Regatta-Class ships
Second Grand Hall View of the reimagined Regatta-Class ships
All-new suites and staterooms
The staterooms will feature custom-crafted furnishings and designer accessories.
For convenience, USB ports will be incorporated in each of the staterooms, as well as a state-of-the-art television system with movies on demand in multiple-languages, live stations and a program guide, plus itinerary information and weather updates.
The Grand Dining Room of the reimagined Regatta-Class ships
Re-inspiration by the numbers
- $100 million dollars
- 1,368 new suites and staterooms
- 1,400 new marble bathrooms
- 8,000 new light fixtures
- 12,000 new sofas and chairs
- 1,000+ artisans and craftsmen