Three of Sirena’s 2017 itineraries will see the vessel grace Australian ports, the first a 17-day repositioning from Papeete which passes by Brisbane on the way to Sydney. Next is a whopping 34-day roundtrip from Sydney, circumnavigating Australia. Sirena will then embark on a one-way trip to Auckland, stopping in on Eden, Melbourne and Burnie on the way.
Oceania Sirena is the newest ship in Oceania Cruises’ fleet and will arrive in Australia before she reaches her first birthday. Sirena is sister ship to Regatta, Insignia and Nautica and will introduce Oceania Cruises’ new restaurant, Tuscan Steak. The new addition serves
up steaks and seafood such as the Tuscan porterhouse and Maine lobster fra diavolo. Additionally, guests will be able to dine at Oceania Cruises’ fine dining French restaurant, Jacques Bistro for lunch. Sirena also features the all new custom-designed Ultra Tranquility Bed.