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Sirena

Capacity
684
Crew
400
Tonnage
30,277
Length
181.00 m
First voyage
1999

Sirena, formerly R Four, Tahitian Princess, and Ocean Princess is an R-class cruise ship formerly owned by Princess Cruises. When part of the Princess fleet, along with the Pacific Princess, Ocean Princess was one of the two smallest in the fleet. In March 2016, she was sold to Oceania Cruises and renamed Sirena.

History

The vessel entered operation in 1999 under the flag of Renaissance Cruises. The ship was not owned... Read more

Sirena

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
684
Crew: 
400
Tonnage: 
30,277
Length: 
181.00 m
Beam: 
25.46 m
First voyage: 
1999

Sirena, formerly R Four, Tahitian Princess, and Ocean Princess is an R-class cruise ship formerly owned by Princess Cruises. When part of the Princess fleet, along with the Pacific Princess, Ocean Princess was one of the two smallest in the fleet. In March 2016, she was sold to Oceania Cruises and renamed Sirena.

History

The vessel entered operation in 1999 under the flag of Renaissance Cruises. The ship was not owned by the company; instead she was owned by a group of French investors. When Renaissance declared bankruptcy in 2001, the ship was seized by creditors, along with the other seven vessels in the fleet.

In 2002, Princess Cruises secured a two-year lease for R Four and her sister ship R Three (now Pacific Princess). The vessel entered operation at the end of 2002, and was renamed Tahitian Princess. At the end of the lease, Princess Cruises purchased both vessels.

In November 2009 the Tahitian Princess was renamed Ocean Princess to "reflect a more global theme."

It was announced on 25 November 2014, that the ship was to be sold to Oceania Cruises for $82 million under a finance agreement. She departed the Princess fleet in March 2016 and underwent a 35-day, $40 million refurbishment in Marseille, France to become Sirena. On 27 April 2016, The Sirena was christened and entered service for Oceania.

MS Sirena underwent a significant renovation in May 2019 as a part of the company's $100 million OceaniaNEXT program.

Source:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
MS_Sirena

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Attractions on Sirena


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Shuffleboard

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As you take in the fantastic views, enjoy some friendly competition on the shuffleboard court.

Destination Services

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Destination Services helps you arrange your shore excursionse. The helpful office staff can also assist with tailor-made pre-and post-cruise programs, from a simple stay in a luxurious hotel to a 3...

Card Room

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The Card Room is a perfect place for different board games.

Shower

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Stage

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Fitness Center

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Opportunities await you in the state-of-the-art fitness center, where you may exercise on the latest fitness equipment or join a class in indoor cycling, aerobics, Pilates or yoga.

Dance Floor

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Put on your dancin' shoes and join us for an evening of great music and lots of dancing!
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Oceania@Sea

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Stay connected with family and friends or monitor business developments in our 24-hour Internet center, Oceania@Sea.

Sun Deck

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For more active pursuits, head to the Sun Deck high atop the ship. As you take in the fantastic views, enjoy some friendly competition on the shuffleboard court or play nine holes of golf on the pu...
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Lounge

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From headline acts to comedians and magicians to lively jazz ensembles, the Lounge is the center of nightly entertainment aboard Oceania Cruises.