Oceania Cruises to name second new vessel Allura

The second Allura-class ship is scheduled to make its debut in 2025

Oceania Cruises to name second new vessel Allura

Oceania Cruises

Allura will be able to accommodate up to 1,200 guests when she sets sail in 2025

By Alex Smith |

Oceania Cruises has revealed that it will name its eighth vessel Allura when it debuts in 2025.

According to the cruise line, the name is intended to reflect the excitement of starting a new journey, as well as the “eternal call of the mysterious and the unknown.”

“At Oceania Cruises, we are always looking for ways to evolve, elevate and modernise our offerings to continuously surprise and delight our discerning guests as they enjoy immersive new experiences,” said Frank A. Del Rio, president of Oceania Cruises. “We are thrilled with the incredible demand we have witnessed for Allura’s sister ship, Vista, with her 2023 maiden season already sold out, and we know Allura will be equally as popular with our guests.”

Allura will be the second Allura-class cruise vessel, following the arrival of its sister ship Vista in May 2025. Like its sister ship, Allura will accommodate up to 1,200 guests and will be staffed by 800 officers and crew. It will also feature venues introduced onboard Vista, including signature American restaurant Ember and Aquamar Kitchen.

The ship is currently being construction by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri. Oceania will share details of the ship's inagural season in Spring 2023.

Allura’s inaugural journeys are designed to appeal to all global travellers, whether they revel in the joy that comes with reconnecting with favourite destinations or are excited to discover new places and sights for the very first time,” said Del Rio.

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