Oceania Sirena Returns To Service in Barbados
The Sirena and the Nautica both returned to service. Oceania has all ships in the fleet sailing again.
The Oceania Sirena returned to service today in Bridgetown, Barbados.
Welcoming this cruise's most traveled guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harris were Cruise Director Dottie Kulasa, General Manager Yves Seger, and Captain Kostadinov.
Mrs. Harris cut the ribbon, and ship number five was back in service. The sixth ship in the fleet, Oceania Nautica, was also brought back into service today, and so now Oceania has returned all ships to service.
Sirena will leave Barbados and sail a fourteen-day crossing to Barcelona. Sirena will stay in Europe until late October and return to Miami for a Caribbean season.
The Sirena went through an extensive refurbishment before the Pandemic, and according to the Oceania website, she looks better than new.
The better-than-new Sirena blends sophistication with a contemporary flair to create a casually elegant ambiance that embodies the most treasured elements of our celebrated ships.
Every surface of every suite and stateroom is entirely new, while in the public spaces, a refreshed color palette of soft sea and sky tones surrounds a tasteful renewal of fabrics, furnishings, and lighting fixtures that exquisitely encompasses the inimitable style and comfort of Oceania Cruises.
From the hand-painted willow tree artwork on the French-glass mirror crowning The Grand Staircase to Martinis's bold and chic new personality, designer touches are everywhere, highlighting the finest residential design and furnishings.
More than anything, Sirena personifies the Oceania Cruises experience.