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Oceania Cruises announces plans to overhaul two cruise ships

Oceania Cruises will conduct a ship-wide refurbishment on two of its vessels as part of the next phase of its OceaniaNEXT experience elevation initiative.

This next phase, may be Oceania Cruises’ most ambitious yet, as it is seeking to completely renovate and reimagine the ships Riviera and Marina in its fleet. Oceania Cruises aims to make two of its ships better-than-new.

This means that once these two ships have been completely re-inspired from stern-to-stern, Oceania Cruises will be operating a fleet of completely new vessels.

Oceania announces new cabins for solo travelers

Four out of seven of Oceania Cruise Line's ships will now feature 14 staterooms designed specifically with the solo traveler in mind.

The first of these staterooms will debut onboard the ship Regatta on September 25th 2022, followed by rooms onboard the Nautica on September 26th 2022, and onboard Sirena and Insignia on October 1st of this year.

Oceania Cruises offering new plant-based foods

Oceania Cruises announced a new plant-based menu that is part of their OceaniaNEXT innovation.

The cruise line is featuring more than 200 new healthy menu selections. In addition to the current gourmet offerings, plant-based choices will be available at breakfast, lunch, and dinner in The Grand Dining Room and Terrace Café and guests will also have plant-based options available upon request during dinner service in each of the specialty restaurants.

Oceania Cruises will eliminate plastic water bottles

Oceania Cruises announced it will eliminate all plastic water bottles on its cruise ships.

Beginning in April, Oceania's ships will be outfitted with Vero Water’s still and sparkling water distillation systems.

Vero Water service will be implemented in two phases during the coming year. Phase One focuses on implementing the onboard water service in suites, staterooms, restaurants, lounges and bars which will start in April and is expected to be completed by mid-June, the company said.

Oceania Insignia fails health inspection

The Oceania Insignia failed its most recent sanitation inspection conducted by United States Public Health inspectors on December 17, 2018.

Cruise Law News first reported the failing score and the CDC published the report on its site. The Insignia received a score of 80. Inspections scores of 85 or lower are NOT satisfactory.

Oceania Cruise Line orders two new ships
Luxury cruise line Oceania Cruises announced it has ordered two new cruise ships that will be ready in 2022 and 2025.
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