Discover the world in luxury aboard Oceania Cruises’ Sirena. Since launching as part of Oceania Cruises’ fleet in 2016, Sirena has transported guests all over the world, from Greece to Cuba, showing them that luxury cruises don’t need to break the bank. What’s more, travelling on a smaller-sized vessel gives passengers the opportunity to experience a greater selection of ports and offers a more personal experience.
For some quality relaxation time, Sirena’s Canyon Ranch SpaClub offers guests a broad range of revitalising treatments, including some inspired by traditional Buddhist monasteries. So, you can feel refreshed and rejuvenated before another day of exploring ashore. Bookworms will also be well catered for, with a grand Regency-style library with more than 2,000 books to get stuck into and a cosy fireplace to curl up in front of. Oceania Cruises’ Sirena is all about enjoying some quality me-time between port days.
Smaller than your typical ocean cruise liner, Sirena has space for 684 guests, and each stateroom is the epitome of luxury. After a day of exploring, passengers can relax in their Ultra Tranquillity Beds, with the finest linen and the gentle movements of the ocean to drift off to sleep. Inside cabins are equally as beautiful, although for the ultimate luxury experience, the Penthouse Suites and Owner’s Suites are truly exceptional. The Penthouse Suites have plenty of space for private in-suite dining, a refrigerated minibar and a beautiful granite-clad bathroom. On top of all that, guests have 24-hour butler service. In the Owner’s Suites, expect a stunning private veranda, butler service and mini bar. In both these types of suites, guests will receive a choice of a daily printed newspaper, complimentary tote bags and stationery, and lap blankets to enjoy as you sit out and watch the waves go by.
As you’d expect from Oceania Cruises, the dining options are equally luxurious as the staterooms. Enjoy an evening of fine dining in the Grand Dining Room or take your taste buds on a journey in the Red Ginger restaurant which serves Asian fusion food. If you’re seeking indulgent French cuisine, look no further than Jacque’s Bistro, which is named after the cruise line’s culinary director, Jacques Pepin. To take full advantage of the views on sunny days, dine al fresco on the Terrace Café, which has its very own pizza oven. For a smaller vessel, it’s astounding how much Sirena has to offer.
If you’re interested in booking a cruise on board Oceania Cruises’ Sirena, take a look at our 2019/2020 availability and keep an eye on our cruise deals.