MS Sirena (Oceania Cruises)

Overview

This R-Class ship was built in 1998 for Renaissance Cruises, originally named R Four, she is the sixth ship to join the fleet and the fourth R-class ship acquired by Oceania Cruises. She entered service for the cruise line in 2016.

Trivia

Oceania bought MS Insignia off Princess Cruises, then Ocean Princess, for $82 million in 2016. She then underwent a 35-day, $40 million dry dock refit.



Ship info

Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises
Status: In service
Ship size: Boutique ship
Ship class: R
Sister ships: None
Passengers: 824
Staterooms: 343
Total crew: 386
Ship length: 181.0 m
Ship beam: 25.5 m
Ship draft: 6.0 m
Tonnage: 30,277
No. of decks: 11
Elevators: 4
Service speed: 18.0 knots
Onboard currency: US Dollar
Registry port:
IMO number: 9187899
Call sign: ZCDS4
 

Build details

Shipyard: Chantiers de l'Atlantique, St. Nazaire, France
Build date: 1999
Build cost: $150 million
Entered service: 1999


 

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