Oceania Sirena deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
Oceania Sirena deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Oceania Cruises deckplan pdf (printable version).
Each of the Oceania Sirena cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Oceania Sirena staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
Oceania Sirena (built 1999, acquired in 2016, last refurbished in 2016, OceaniaNEXT refurbishment 2019 May) is one of all eight R-class and the newest member of the Oceania cruise fleet. The vessel was built for the Renaissance Cruises line under the name "R Four". As one of the R-class cruise vessels, Sirena is sister by design to Pacific Princess, the Azamara Club Cruises ships Journey, Quest, Pursuit, and also the fleet mates (Oceania ships) Insignia, Nautica and Regatta. Until 2016, the ship was part of Princess Cruises fleet operating as "Ocean Princess".
MS Sirena cruise ship deck plan has a total of 342 staterooms for 684 passengers (max capacity is 800 guests), served by 400 crew/staff. The ship has 9 passenger decks, 4 restaurants, 11 lounges and bars, 1 pool, 3 jacuzzies (1 Spa), 4 elevators, no self-service laundry facilities (laundromats).
Oceania Sirena deck plan changes 2019 refurbishment review
Sirena ship's OceaniaNEXT refurbishment 2019 (May 5-18) in Marseille France will result in the following changes:
- New public spaces include open-floor design Lobby with Reception Hall (lower level) and Upper Hall (2nd level). They are connected via Grand Staircase (decorated with railings and balustrades) and feature a large crystal chandelier (with hanging pieces of hand-painted glass).
- Grand Dining Room (aft on Deck 5) will receive new premium dining furniture (leather chairs with metallic bronze threading) and new crystal chandelier.
- Martinis (piano bar lounge on Deck 5) will be redesigned, new silver-white marble bar top and walnut panelling will be added.
- All staterooms will be completely overhauled (redesigned and re-furnished) and upgraded with custom-made furniture, polished wood, stone finishes, designer accessories, smart HDTVs (interactive / infotainment system with movies-on-demand and Internet), USB ports, LED lighting.
- All cabin bathrooms will be overhauled and receive new tiling, surfaces and fixtures, designer accessories, vanities and glass shower enclosures.
- Penthouse-Vista-Owner suite bathrooms will be enlarged and upgraded with Carrara marble, onyx and polished granite tops.
Ship's 2016 drydock refurbishment (35-day refit, March-April) cost around USD 50 million. The remodelled ship has all its outdoor deck spaces and cabin balconies covered with top-quality teak and features custom-made tiles, luxury china (Villeroy&Boch), silver flatware (Christofle) and crystal (Riedel), plus the traditional for all Oceania vessels large collection of artworks displayed throughout the ship.
- During the drydock, all Owners and Vista suite accommodations were updated with colourful artwork, plush carpeting, dark walnut furniture finishes.
- All Owners Suites received custom-made furnishings, Oceania's signature luxury beds, renovated bathrooms, teak balconies.
- All Vista Suites had their bathrooms upgraded with marble touches and teak balconies.
- All cabins were renovated with new furnishings, luxury bedding, artworks.
- Suite categories Owner, Penthouse and Vista were redesigned and upgraded with marble bathrooms with larger showers.
- Following the 2016 refurbishment, MS Sirena also introduced 2 new speciality restaurants - Tuscan Steak (Italian seafood and steakhouse restaurant on deck 10) and Jacques Bistro (gourmet lunch venue on deck 5, with signature dishes by chef Jacques Pepin).
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