Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Inc. (NCLH) has unveiled plans of major upgrade of four ships of its Oceania Cruises unit.
The four Regatta class ships of the upper premium market Oceania Cruises – Regatta, Insignia, Nautica and Sirena – will undergo a transformation of their guest accommodation and public areas. Starting in December, the investment will total $100 million, the company said on a video posted on YouTube.
The four ships are of about 30,300 gross tons and together with four similar ships currently in service with other operators, they were built in France at the turn of the Millennium for the now defunct Renaissance Cruises.
Studio Dado, the Miami based design company, has been appointed to produce the design of the new iteriors of the four ships, the video shows.