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Southampton (United Kingdom),Newcastle (Australia),Edinburgh (Newhaven),Kirkwall,Torshavn (Faroe Islands),Douglas (Isle of Man),Glasgow (Greenock),Dublin (Ireland),Fishguard (United Kingdom),Dartmouth,Southampton (United Kingdom),Portland (Dorset) (United Kingdom),Cork,Bantry Harbour (Ireland),Galway (Ireland),Londonderry (Ireland),Belfast (Northern Ireland),Dublin (Ireland),Dublin (Ireland),Southampton (United Kingdom)
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Belfast (Northern Ireland)

Belfast is the largest city in Northern Ireland, situated at the mouth of the River Lagan and is surrounded by mountains. Belfast had been and remains the industrial and financial center of Northern Ireland, with a high level in fields such as the arts, higher education and business. It is a green city with many Parks and Gardens. Don't miss the top city's attraction, the Belfast Zoo, with animals in danger in their natural environment.

Douglas (Isle of Man)

In Douglas serves as the Island's main hub of business finance, legal services, shipping, transport, shopping and entertainment.

Douglas is the capital and largest town of the Isle of Man, with a population of 28,939 people 2011. It is located at the mouth of the River Douglas, and a sweeping bay of two miles.The town serves as the Island's main hub for business, finance, legal servises, shipping, trasport, shopping and entertamaint of course.Tourists staying in Douglas should think about where they want to be.The south side is close to town,steam realway, buses and sea terminal.The north side leaves behind the noise of town and is closer to the Manx Electric Railway.Douglas is also the start and finish point for the Isle of Man TT which is the biggest classic roadracing event in the world.Douglas as is home to eight o f the seventeen football clubs that compete in the Isle of Man football League.

 

 

Dartmouth

 Dartmouth is a town and civil parish in the English county of Devon. It is a tourist destination set on the banks of the estuary of the River Dart, which is a long narrow tidal ria that runs inland as far as Totnes

Dublin, Ireland

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and has great cultural tradition. Many great writers come from here. In Dublin there are many museums, theaters and nightclubs, with traditional Irish music.The city has also many green areas, like the Phoenix Park, the largest in town. Other attractions include the imposing castle of Dublin, the library and art gallery Chester Beatty and the medieval district.

Torshavn, Faroe Islands

Faeroes that  means Sheep Islands is a cluster of 18 islands (17 habitable), which are the  homonymous archipelago in the North Atlantic Ocean between Scotland, Norway and Iceland. Tórshavn is a small city of approximately 20,000 residents that becomes "alive" every year during the summer when visitors from every corner of Europe and beyond come to visit. Descendants of the Vikings firstly inhabited the islands around the 9th century, the inhabitants of the islands as well as the Icelanders are their descendants. Visit The Tinganes, the oldest part of town with small wooden houses and roofs covered with grass. The oldest of these is about 500 year old . Its worth visiting the Tórshavn Cathedral, Tórshavn harbor, the Listasavn Føroya Museum of Art  and the Nordic House  the most important cultural center of the Faroes.

 

Glasgow (Greenock)

 About 30 miles east of Greenock, Glasgow is known as the "Second City of the Empire". One of Britain's liveliest cities, a recent rejuvenation along with many priceless art collections draws visitors to the city center. From Glasgow, venture out into the rich farmland and salmon streams of the Lowlands, visit the scenic lochs, or spend time in the city's shopping districts and art galleries.

Galway, Ireland

Galway is a city located on the province of Connacht in Ireland that lies on the banks of the River Corrib. The city offers many tourist attractions to explore. The St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church which is the largest medieval church in Ireland was built in 1320 in the old city. The Hotel Meyrick which is the oldest hotel in the city worths a visit, while the Menlo Castle is visible by a walk on the River Corrib. Visitors can also visit the Galway City Museum to discover the city's heritage. The city hosts every year various festivals, like the Tulca Festival of Visual Arts. Beautiful beaches surround the island where visitors can relax. 

Kirkwall

Kirkwall is the capital and administrative center of Orkney. It was founded around 1035 by the Vikings and the original city is one of the best preserved examples of an ancient Norwegian town. Its name comes from the old Norwegian dialect which means "church-Bay" and refers to a very old church.Explore the main street, visit the shops with the unique handicrafts and the cozy cafe.

Londonderry, Ireland

The city is more usually known as Derry, Londonderry is the officially name, as in 1613 the city was granted a royal charter by King James I and the "London" prefix was added. The old walled city lies on the west bank of the River Foyle, which is spanned by two road bridges and one footbridge. Is the only remaining completely intact walled city in Ireland and one of the finest examples of a walled city in Europe.

Newcastle, Australia

Newcastle is situated on the Eastern Coast of Australia, 167 kilometres drive north of Sydney, being New South Wales' second largest city and the sixth largest city in Australia.This distinctive geography creates the only Australian City with a CBD simultaneously on the beach and the harbour waterfront. The average temperatures ranges between 18 – 27 degrees Celsius.Newcastle is set on a breathtaking stretch of Australia's Pacific Ocean coastline and is built around a large harbour, accessed by both recreational and commercial sea craft.The Foreshore area provides a relaxing venue for enjoying a drink or a meal in one of the many harbour side restaurants, cafes or bars.

Edinburgh (Newhaven)

Newhaven is a district in the City of Edinburgh, Scotland, between Leith and Granton and about 2 miles (3.2 km) north of the city centre. Newhaven was designated a conservation area, one of 40 such areas in Edinburgh, in 1977. It has a very distinctive building form, typical of many Scottish fishing villages, accommodation at first floor level. The lower ground floor was used for storing nets. More modern housing dating from the 1960s has replicated the style of these older buildings.

Cork

The magnificent central part of Cork is located on an island formed by channels of the river Lee. The town itself is full of picturesque bays and beautiful bridges. Cork is the perfect place to get Irish tweed suit, to kiss the Blarnei Stone or simply relax and enjoy the charming countryside. When you are in Cork, you'll want to take the opportunity to visit Blarnei, just eight kilometers away. There you will find the castle Blarnei, home to the "Crown Jewel" of Ireland - the Blarnei Stone.

Portland (Dorset), United Kingdom

Portland is a picturesque island located on the county of Dorset. It is a famous tourist destination and it has many natural and historical attractions. It is significant for its geology. With an endless coastline it should be no suprise that Dorset has its fair share of great beaches. From sandbanks and spits to circular coves with wonderful rock formations, these beaches are just unique. Surfing and sailing are popular here. Historical remains will also be seen and Portland Castle is a remarkable site that should be visisted. It is the ideal place for stunning views.

Southampton, United Kingdom

Southampton is a large city and major port on the south coast of England. It considers to be the cruise capital of Northern Europe and has a long and important maritime history.
The rich city's culture heritage is reflected to the number of museums, such as Southampton Maritime Museum, Tudor House Museum and Sea City Museum. Galleries, open events, festivals, shopping and a great variety of attractions are available, for all interests. This vibrant, multi cultural city wont't disappoint any visitor.

 

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Day City/Port Arrival Departure
1 Southampton, United Kingdom ------ 18:00
2 Cruising 00:00 00:00
3 Newcastle, Australia 08:00 21:00
4 Edinburgh (Newhaven) 08:00 18:00
5 Kirkwall 09:00 18:00
6 Torshavn, Faroe Islands 09:00 19:00
7 Cruising 00:00 00:00
8 Douglas (Isle of Man) 08:00 19:00
9 Glasgow (Greenock) 08:00 18:00
10 Dublin, Ireland 08:00 19:00
11 Fishguard, United Kingdom 07:00 17:00
12 Dartmouth 09:00 18:00
13 Southampton, United Kingdom 06:00 18:00
14 Portland (Dorset), United Kingdom 07:00 15:00
15 Cork 11:00 20:00
16 Bantry Harbour, Ireland 08:00 18:00
17 Galway, Ireland 08:00 17:00
18 Londonderry, Ireland 11:00 20:00
19 Belfast (Northern Ireland) 08:00 21:00
20 Dublin, Ireland 08:00 00:00
21 Dublin, Ireland 00:00 21:00
22 Cruising 00:00 ------
23 Southampton, United Kingdom 07:00 21:00
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After a transformative $40 million refurbishment, Oceania Cruises’ newest addition, Sirena,will embark on her highly anticipated Inaugural Voyage on April 27, 2016 from Barcelona. Elegant sister ship to charming Regatta, Insignia and Nautica, Sirena will embody the most treasured elements of our celebrated fleet, and offer a few highlights all her own. With the introduction of two fresh culinary offerings, Sirena will offer even more ways to savor the finest cuisine at sea. Tuscan Steak, a brand new specialty restaurant, will serve Italian favorites, succulent steaks and fresh seafood inspired by Toscana and Polo Grill. The Grand Dining Room will offer a surprise transformation into Jacques Bistro during lunch, which will serve classic French fare. Also featuring the beloved restaurant Red Ginger, Sirena will invite you to enjoy bold Asian cuisine in a fresh new way.

 Join Sirena for extraordinary journeysthroughout Europe, the Caribbean, the South Pacific, Australia and beyond.

As part of her refurbishment, Sirena’s Owner’s and Vista Suites will also undergo a major re-design, exuding a crisp and modern elegance. These palatial accommodations will feature custom-made furnishings enhanced with lustrous fabrics, stone and rich walnut accents. As all of the accommodations on board Sirena are defined by their elegance, Penthouse Suites and all staterooms will also be perfectly appointed with modern furnishings and the soothing colors of the sea. Plus, all suites and staterooms will feature the all-new custom-designed Ultra Tranquility Bed.

SIRENA SPECIFICATIONS
Year Built: 1999
Year Refurbished: 2016
Gross Tonnage: 30,277
Length: 593.7 feet
Beam: 83.5 feet
Maximum Draught: 19.5 feet
Stabilizers: Yes
Cruising Speed: 18 knots
Guest Decks: 9
Total Decks: 11
Electric Power or Voltage: 110, 220 AC
Guest Capacity: 684 (Double Occupancy)
Staff Size: 400
Guest to Staff Ratio: 1.71 to 1
Nationality of Officers: European
Nationality of Staff: International
Country of Registry: Marshall Islands


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Oceania Cruises

YOUR WORLD. YOU WAY

Whatever corner of the globe beckons you to explore, Oceania Cruises takes you there in comfort and style. Relax onboard our luxurious ships and savour exquisite cuisine that is renowned as the finest at sea and even rivals the best Michelin-starred restaurants ashore. Inspired by Master Chef Jacques Pepin, these culinary delights have always distinguished the Oceania Cruises experience from any other. And considering the uncompromising quality, perhaps the most remarkable aspect of an Oceania Cruises voyage is its incredible value. Lavish complimentary amenities abound, and there are never supplemental dining charges in any of the restaurants. Value-priced packages ensure that exploring ashore, sipping a glass of vintage wine or surfing the Internet is both convenient and affordable. Every moment spent on an Oceania Cruises voyage confirms that this is Your World. Your Way.

MID - SIZE SHIPS

Mid-size holds great benefits Once you sail one of our mid-size ships, you will never settle for anything less, nor will you ever again be satisfied with anything more in regard to size. Our ships cater to just 684 pampered guests on Regatta, Insignia and Nautica and 1,250 privileged guest on Marina and Riviera. Warmth and conviviality come naturally. Elegance and grace are given. The ambiance is exceptionally relaxed and personal as we singularly focus on your individual desires. Consequently, service standards soar, guests easily develop a rapport with staff and fellow guests, and the friendships only deepen as the days pass effortlessly.

All the elements for bliss Being mid-size even facilitates going ashore, as our ships can slip into boutique ports off-limits to larger vessels. Of course, the fact that our ships are mid-size positively influences every aspect of the onboard experience. With no need to rush, stand in endless lines or worry about crowds, you can savour the defining elements that make our ships so special. Our cuisine, "the finest at sea", is carefully prepared a la minute. Appointments for spa services are readily available in the relaxing Canyon Ranch SpaClub. A comfortable chaise always awaits should you decide to lounge by the pool. Life just seems to proceed at a more courteous pace.

SHIPS' SPECIFICATIONS - MARINA & RIVIERA

Year Built: Marina 2011, Riviera 2012 / Gross Tonnage : 66.084 / Length : 239.24 metres / Beam : 32.2 metres / Cruising Speed : 20 knots / Guest Decks : 11 / Guest Capacity (Double Occupancy) : 1.250 / Staff Size : 800 / Guest to Staff Ratio : 1.56 to 1/ Nationality of Officers : European

SHIPS' SPECIFICATIONS - REGATTA, INSIGNIA & NAUTICA

Year Built: Regatta & Insignia 1998, Nautica 2000 / Refurbishment Dates : Regatta, May 2014, - Insignia, April 2014 - Nautica, May 2014 / Gross Tonnage : 30.277 / Length : 180.96 metres / Beam : 25.45 metres / Cruising Speed : 18 knots / Guest Decks : 9 / Guest Capacity (Double Occupancy) : 684 / Staff Size : 400 / Guest to Staff Ratio : 1.71 to 1/ Nationality of Officers : European

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