Oceania Cruises is adding dozens of dedicated solo staterooms to its fleet as part of the OceaniaNEXT refurbishment project that has seen all its ships upgraded.
Oceania said in a press release that four of its ships will feature 14 Solo Oceanview Staterooms each, with these 56 staterooms joining those that already debuted aboard its newest ship Vista.
The new staterooms will debut aboard Regatta on September 25th, 2022; Nautica on September 26th, 2022; and Insignia and Sirena on October 1st, 2022.
In addition to the new solo cabins, Oceania is also rolling out a Go Green and Beyond Blueprints shore excursion series which provides curious travelers with even more options for discovery, exploration, and personal connections with the destinations visited.
“One of the greatest factors in Oceania Cruises’ success is that we not only listen to the feedback our guests and travel partners provide, we act on it,” said Howard Sherman, President & CEO, Oceania Cruises. “Our guests and travel partners wanted more options for solo travelers and more diverse tour offerings, and we are delighted to deliver.”
“These new single-occupancy staterooms are ideal for guests seeking the joy of traveling solo while experiencing all the comfort, cuisine, and destination expertise that Oceania Cruises is renowned for,” added Sherman.
Pricing and availability for the new Solo Oceanview Staterooms will be available on April 11th, 2022, for sailings beginning on or after September 25th, 2022 – Regatta on September 25th, 2022; Nautica on September 26th, 2022; and Insignia and Sirena on October 1st, 2022.
The OceaniaNext refurbishment project has touched all aspects of the cruise experience fleetwide, with the introduction of a new spa and vitality center, revamped restaurants and upgraded menus and dining options, and the complete bow-to-stern overhaul of all existing ships in the fleet.
Sirena was the latest to emerge from dry-dock in June, 2019. The refurbishment of all four of the line’s smaller Regatta-class ships cost around US $100-million.
The project is intended to create a uniform style and level of luxury throughout fleet, creating a more modern and chic onboard atmosphere than the country-house décor for which the line was previously known, and brings the older ships in-line with the level of luxury and service aboard the cruise line’s new Allura-class vessels.