Oceania Cruises, which launched with a single vessel designed for the now-defunct Renaissance Cruises, is poised to add a new class to their current three-ship fleet of “Regatta-Class” vessels. CruiseDiva.com is pleased to share the first design details of the line's new Oceania-Class Ships.
Scheduled for delivery in 2010 and 2011, the new ships will feature rich, dark woods, Italian marble, lustrous granite, fine wool carpets, and sumptuous leather. The new Oceania-Class has been designed with all the signature elements that guests favor, and the décor will be imbued with the same warmth and charm for which the Regatta-Class is renowned. Signature public spaces will include Martinis, Horizons, The Patio, and a Grand Staircase that sweeps up both sides of the lobby. A whopping 96% of all accommodations will feature private teak verandas and passengers will have six open seating restaurants in which to dine.
“These new ships are a very personal expression of this brand as many members of our team are personally involved in the selection of furnishings, fabrics, artwork and the thousands of minute details that make the difference between an ordinary ship and a masterpiece,” stated Frank Del Rio, Chairman and CEO of Prestige Cruise Holdings.