Oceania Cruise has taken redeliveryof the‘Sirena’ from drydock, as part of the $100 mill brand enhancement programme.
With 342 new staterooms and suites along with transformed public spaces, the ‘Sirena’ is has undergone some additional refinements, compared to the ‘Insignia’, the first of six ships to undergo the refurbishment programme.
“The re-inspired ‘Sirena’ is perhaps the best expression of our team’s Kaizen culture which focuses on implementing constant incremental change that continually elevates the guest experience. That’s the heart and soul of our OceaniaNEXT initiative,”explained Bob Binder, Oceania President and CEO.
• New entry doors for all suites and staterooms.
• Full-length mirrors in all suites and staterooms.
• Additional 100-volt sockets on each side of the bed in all accommodations.
• New wall sconces in the Spa.
• Additional crystal chandeliers in the public spaces and stair lobbies.
There is also an updated art collection on board. For example, hanging in the re-styled Bar Istas, the ship’s social hub and coffee bar, is an original by Jacques Pepin, which was specially commissioned for the ‘Sirena’.