Oceania Cruises celebrates its 20th anniversary and presents new luxury shipsBy Shana Devleschoudere
Riviera, the evolution of perfection
The fully renovated Riviera offers an unprecedented level of luxury and elegance. Refurbished from top to bottom, all staterooms and suites exude a warm and sophisticated ambience, from the redesigned Italian marble bathrooms to the highest quality fabrics and furnishings, all enriched with designer accents that exude the characteristic Oceania Cruises class. With 27 m2, the veranda cabins are also the most spacious standard cabins at sea.
The Riviera's public spaces have also been re-inspired. The lounges, bars and ambient restaurants have been elegantly redecorated, taking the social and dining experience to an even higher level. With its glittering chandelier, plush carpeting and luxurious leather chairs, the Grand Dining Room exudes a new sense of grandeur. The outdoor dining experience has also been completely revamped with a charming Trattoria where you can enjoy wood-fired pizzas, succulent grilled Italian specialties and the most delicious desserts.
The Riviera, better than ever, will sail to Asia for the first time in its history, where 25 unique voyages are planned, ranging from 10 to 82 days, focused on cultural immersion and culinary excellence.
Fleet refinement with Allura
Oceania Cruises is excited to introduce the Allura, an impressive new five-star ship that will set sail for the very first time in spring 2025. The introduction of the Allura follows the acclaimed launch of sister ship Vista in May 2023, and brings the premium shipping line's total fleet to eight first-class ships. Renowned Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri will build the ship, which can accommodate 1,200 guests. The name Allura reflects the excitement at the start of a new journey, the lure of mystery and the unknown. The luxury ship symbolizes the entire identity of Oceania Cruises and offers an unparalleled cruise experience.
In accordance with the tradition of Oceania Cruises, the Allura will serve the most refined gastronomy at sea. The décor is tasteful and guests enjoy the highest level of attentive and personalized service. With two crew members for every three passengers, Allura exceeds all expectations in service. Highlights of the new ship include a series of innovative new restaurants such as the Aquamar Kitchen, which offers tasty and healthy dishes, and the deluxe Ember restaurant, which serves up American classics revisited. As usual on other ships, all restaurants are always all-you-can-eat with no surcharge. The spacious and thoughtfully designed staterooms and suites onboard are also a major asset of the Allura.
In the spring of 2023, Allura's inaugural season will be unveiled with an extraordinary array of established and boutique destinations, spanning the splendor of the historic cities of the Mediterranean and the charms of the vast mosaic of the Americas.
20 years of luxury at sea
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About Oceania Cruises
Oceania Cruises is the world's leading food and destination cruise company. The seven small luxury ships accommodate up to 1,238 guests and offer the finest dining at sea, as well as itineraries dedicated to discovering and experiencing destinations around the world. Carefully crafted itineraries aboard designer-inspired ships call at more than 600 iconic ports in over 100 countries on seven continents for voyages ranging from seven to more than 200 days. The cruise line has ordered a second ship, Allura, with a capacity of 1,200 guests, to be delivered in 2025. Oceania Cruises is headquartered in Miami and is owned by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd, a global cruise line with a diverse portfolio of leading cruise brands, including Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
About Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH) is a leading global cruise line operating the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands. With a total fleet of 29 ships with nearly 60,000 beds, the various brands offer itineraries to more than 500 destinations worldwide. The company has ordered nine new cruise ships with a total capacity of approximately 20,000 beds, which will enter service by 2027.