New Look Coming For Oceania Cruises

Posted September 2nd, 2013

Room and dining upgrades are hallmarks of the major refurbishments coming soon to Oceania Cruises ships.

The cruise lines ships Regatta, Insignia and Nautica will next year undergo a refurbishment programme costing US$50 million.

Foremost among the upgrades will be the ships' suites and staterooms, which will feature new decor and facilities similar to those currently available on Oceania's newest ships Marina and Riviera.

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Diners onboard these cruise ships will notice a difference in the range of restaurants, with the Terrace Cafe serving a new range of coffee and cafe-style food, plus expanded seating in the Grand Dining Room and Toscana Italian restaurant.

One of the most popular public areas, the Horizon observation lounge, is also set to enjoy some new decor to make watching the world cruise by even more pleasant.

The three ships enter a dry dock for six weeks next year, after which passengers will be able to sample the new look for themselves on a range of cruises.

For more information on Oceania Cruises please contact a Cruiseabout cruise specialist or call on 0800 22 11 14.

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