Oceania’s newest addition, Sirena is well worth the wait! Sirena was formerly the Ocean Princess and after $40 million in dry-dock, she became part of Oceania fleet Apr 27th. With just 684 staterooms she is the perfect mid-size ship. Nearly 70% of cabins have a private balcony. The ship features a fitness center, spa (Canyon Ranch), 6 bars and lounges and a casino.
The Grand Dining Room has open seating for breakfast/lunch/dinner. Lunch transforms into Jacques Bistro—like a casual Parisian eatery serving Chef Jacques Pepin’s signature dishes. Two other dining options for dinner are Red Ginger and Tuscan Steak. Country Club casual is the dress so no suits required for the gentleman or gowns needed for ladies. There was never a crowd or waiting line to get on/off the ship. We only had to tender into Santorini—all other ports were docked with close to walk to town or had complimentary shuttle provided.
My itinerary was Greek Charms starting in Athens, Santorini, Katakolon, Corfu, Montenegro, Split Croatia) and ended in Venice. I experienced several excursions and would be happy to assist you on your next Greek island sailing. Oceania is a wonderful option for clients looking to move up from the traditional large ships. The ship is intimate, luxurious, exceptional personalized service with the country club casual ambiance—loved it!