Oceania Cruises, one of the world’s leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise lines, has unveiled new entertainment options on board Vista, the first of two ships in the line’s new Allura Class. In addition to introducing new signature dining offerings, destination-rich itineraries and luxury accommodations at sea, Oceania Cruises is completely reimagining Vista’s entertainment program, starting with three uniquely designed shows when she launches in May 2023. Headliners, The Anchor Inn and Into the Night each are Broadway-caliber, immersive-style productions featuring recognizable songs, accompanied by contemporary dance numbers led by “Dancing with the Stars” choreographer Britt Stewart.

“With Vista, our first new ship in more than a decade, we have worked thoughtfully on how to raise the bar even higher on ourselves in every department,” said Frank A. Del Rio, president of Oceania Cruises. “Long renowned for our stunning design, exquisite culinary offerings and intriguing itineraries, it was time to put the same ‘wow’ into our entertainment programming. This new lineup is groundbreaking for us, and these three new productions are just the beginning. We are extremely excited to unveil our never-before-seen series of elevated entertainment for our guests to enjoy aboard Vista.

“I’m honored to have the opportunity to develop innovative shows for Oceania Cruises, pushing limits on creativity and theatrics, assembling a star-studded team with credentials spanning television, movies, Broadway, the West End and beyond, resulting in programs that are truly fresh and fun for Vista,” said Kai Alan Carrier, Director of Artistic Theatrical Entertainment, a new role created at Oceania Cruises to elevate entertainment offerings. “Knowing that our guests love recognizable songs and, more importantly, are lively and adventurous, I leaned forward with our offerings. The goal was to truly offer entertainment from a new perspective, which I know we have achieved.”

An additional edutainment-style production titled The Music Triangle will open later this year,

Oceania Cruises’ seven small, luxurious ships carry a maximum of 1,238 guests and feature the finest cuisine at sea and destination-rich itineraries that span the globe. The ships call on more than 600 marquee and boutique ports in more than 100 countries on seven continents on voyages that range from seven to more than 200 days.The brand has a second 1,200-guest newbuild, Allura, on order for delivery in 2025.

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