Oceania Cruises Rolls Out Fresh Entertainment on New Sirena and Fleet
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Taking cues from corporate cousin Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises will update its fleet-wide entertainment with each ship’s next dry dock refurbishment. The fresh lineup will begin its rollout on the line’s latest Sirena when it launches April 27, 2016 and is expected to be across the rest by spring 2017.
“Oceania Cruises currently offers the finest cuisine at sea, best-in-class accommodations and award-winning itineraries. What we wanted to provide next for our guests was truly world-class entertainment,” said Jason Montague, president and chief operating officer for Oceania Cruises.
“We are fortunate to be able to utilize the talented entertainment team at Norwegian to enhance the quality and diversity of shows offered on our ships,” Montague added. “Both the level of production and caliber of talent performing on our ships far exceed what we’ve been able to previously offer. I’m confident our guests will be pleasantly surprised the next time they visit our theater onboard.”
On its inaugural voyage, the 684-guest Sirena will feature four musicals with a cast of international singers and dancers and a live five-piece band. The production shows are outlined as follows:
- “Tuxedo” – Expanding on the house band to make a nine-piece orchestra will be the performance of tunes from the Rat Pack and the Great American Songbook, as well as Tony Bennett, Natalie Cole and more.
- “Cabaret Cinema” – This show brings to life movie music from Academy Award winners to classical and pop numbers.
- “Acoustic Sessions” – This musical goes “unplugged” for acoustic renditions of the last 40 years of pop hits.
- “Get On the Floor and Dance” – Choreography and musical prowess come together to showcase iconic dance music from the likes of Gloria Estefan and Michael Bublé.
The new entertainment offerings also mirror Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ own plans to maximize the synergy within parent company Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Limited for its upcoming Seven Seas Explorer.
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