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Oceania Cruises have announced Allura will be the name of their newest ship. Currently under construction, it will make its Mediterranean debut in 2025.
The 1200-guest Allura will be the second vessel in its class. The first, named Vista, will debut in May this year. Both are Allura-class vessels offering all-veranda accommodation, not to mention the largest staterooms at sea.
“We are thrilled with the incredible demand we have witnessed for Allura’s sister ship, Vista, with her 2023 maiden season already sold out, and we know Allura will be equally as popular with our guests.”Frank A. Del Rio – President of Oceania Cruises.
Oceania’s Allura will boast new dining venues including Ember, an innovative restaurant serving reimagined American classics. It will be open for lunch and dinner.
There will also be the wellness-inspired Aquamar Kitchen. Oceania Cruises assure us it will offer an abundance of indulgence with none of the guilt!
Popular venues like Red Ginger, Toscana, Polo Grill, The Grand Dining Room, Terrace Café, Waves Grill, Priveé and Baristas will also feature on Oceania’s Allura and Vista.
Allura’s construction is taking place at the famous Fincantieri shipyard in Italy. The vessel is schedule to debut in the northern autumn of 2025. It will be the eigth vessel in the Oceania Cruises fleet. Interestingly, Allura and Vista will carry almost the same number of guests as Riviera and Marina. So the cruise line will soon offer the choice of four 1,200-guest vessels or four more intimate 656-guest R-class vessels.
Itineraries for Oceania’s Allura inaugural season in Europe and the Americas will be released in the second-half of 2023.
For more information about visit the Oceania Cruises website.
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