The latest ship introduced by Oceania Cruises, Marina, has set the bar high for luxury and style. Marina is one of the most anticipated luxury liners in years, and is one of a pair specifically built for Oceania. Features include ten dining venues, six of which are open-seating gourmet restaurants, exquisite bars and lounges, a casino that glitters with Swarovski accents, a full service Canyon Ranch Spa and fitness center, a hands-on Bon Appétit Culinary Center, and much more.
Marina is not only the first cruise ship tailored for epicureans, but also the first to embrace a residential aesthetic. Lavish public rooms boast fine art,
rich wood veneers, marble and granite, lustrous leathers and fine wool carpets. Custom-crafted residential furnishings and beautiful fabrics in fine wool and silk in guest rooms come together to make an impressive design statement.
From the Grand Staircase designed by Lalique to the 2,000-square-feet Owner’s Suites designed by renowned interior designer Dakota Jackson, filled exclusively with rich furnishings from Kravet, Lee Jofa and Ralph Lauren Home, the Marina is a floating tribute to elegant design. “Marina is not just another ship, she is special in so many ways,” said Bob Binder, Oceania Cruises’ president. “When we set out to design and build our first new ship,we wanted it to set new standards for comfort, service and culinary excellence.”
To learn more about marina, see videos about the ship and an interactive deck plan, and to find booking information, visit http://www.oceaniacruises.com.
To learn more about the Kravet and Lee Jofa fabric featured on the ship, contact your local showroom or sales representative.