The Oceania Vista will have a sister in 2025 when Oceania Cruises
debuts the 1,200-passenger Oceania Allura, the cruise line's second
Allura Class ship and its eighth vessel.
True to its namesake that was inspired by the word ‘allure’ for
mysteriously attractive and fascinating things, the Allura is expected
to bring travellers on enchanted journeys where exciting adventures,
familiar faces, off-the-beaten-path destinations and more await.
“At Oceania Cruises, we are always looking for ways to evolve,
elevate and modernise our offerings to continuously surprise and delight
our discerning guests as they enjoy immersive new experiences,” said
Frank A. Del Rio, president of Oceania Cruises.
“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."
in at approximately 67,000 tons, Allura can accommodate up to 1,200
guests who will be served by 800 officers and crew – a 1.5:2
staff-to-guest ratio. Similar to its sister ship, Allura will offer
Oceania Cruises’ signature ‘The Finest Cuisine at Sea’ that features
meals curated by world-renowned chefs.
Allura will also bring inventive new dining experiences to the table
including Ember, an upscale restaurant serving reimagined American
classics, and Aquamar Kitchen, both debuting on Vista in May, as well as
the largest standard staterooms and a new Chef’s Studio.
The ship is targeted to set off on its maiden voyage in spring 2025,
with its inaugural season featuring an array of marquee and boutique
destinations across Europe and the Americas. The itineraries will be
revealed this spring before opening for bookings in the summer.