‘Riviera’ and ‘Marina’ to undergo large refurbishment project

2022-04-28T12:31:18+00:00 April 28th, 2022|Refurbishment|

Oceania Cruises is to embark on a stem-to-stern refurbishment project of its 1,210-pax ships ’Riviera and Marina.

This is part of what the company calls its OceaniaNEXTexperience programme.

Once redelivered in December, 2022 and November, 2023, respectively, ’Riviera and ’Marina will become what Oceania claims is better-than-new ships.

Every surface of each suite and stateroom will be entirely new, while in the public spaces, a refreshed colour palette will be added to the renewal of fabrics, furnishings, and lighting fixtures.

Tuscan marble, works of art, and designer residential furnishings will be features of the re-designed spaces. The plush Library will remain, while magnificent views will be enhanced from Horizons.

“At Oceania Cruises, we continue to raise the bar and elevate the guest experience at every opportunity. Whether it’s innovative new culinary concepts, immersive new destination experiences, or presenting our guests with ships that are not just better, but better than new, Oceania Cruises sets the standard by which others are judged,” claimed Howard Sherman, Oceania Cruises President & CEO.

In the suites, living and sleeping areas will reflect an array of new finishes. From Italian marble to bespoke fabrics of painted deserts and tranquil skies, each suite will re-merge as a Milanese town house.

In addition to ’Riviera and ’Marina, Oceania Cruises’ four 656-pax ships were also recently re-furbished.

Insignia was redelivered ready for her 2019 ‘Around the World in 180 Days’ voyage, followed shortly after by ’Regatta and ’Sirena in the same year, and finally ‘Nautica, which re-entered service on 1st April, 2022.

All-new suites and staterooms were complemented by  restyled public spaces complete with chic and tony residential furnishings and including an international art collection.