Sirena will restart March 29 from Barbados.
Oceania cruise has announced that the 1250 passenger Marina will replace the 640 passenger Sirena for its Caribbean season. Oceania made this after Marina was forced to return from South America when cruise lines lost confidence in their ability to visit scheduled destinations due to Covid restrictions.
According to Oceania, on the Marina, passengers “will find a wider range of and larger public spaces, ultra-spacious guest staterooms and suites, and a total of ten dining venues including four specialty restaurants.” “With more space per guest for social distancing combined with controlled capacity, and 800 crew to pamper you, we believe this will provide you with a most memorable and relaxing experience,” the brand added.
The Sirena is now scheduled to resume service on Mar. 29, with a 14-night transatlantic crossing. Set to depart Bridgetown, Barbados, the cruise includes visits to five ports before arriving in Barcelona, Spain.