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  • Pictured: An inside stateroom on Oceania's Marina. Standard stateroom amenities include a flat-panel TV, laptop with Wi-Fi access, mini-bar, safe, writing desk, plush terry robes, bed slippers, and marble and granite bathroom. Oceania has also incrased the size of its bathrooms across the board, and added an oversized vanity with drawers so toiletries can be hidden from view.

    --Image is courtesy of Oceania Cruises.
  • Oceanview Staterooms measure 242 square feet and feature floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows.

    --Image is courtesy of Oceania Cruises.
  • Marina's standard verandah staterooms are the largest in the cruise industry at 282 square feet. These staterooms feature a sitting area and private teak balcony furnished with a chaise lounge, armchair and table.

    --Image is courtesy of Oceania Cruises.
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    This is an Oceania Suite, a new category of accommodations for the line; these suites measure 1,030 square feet. There's a large living and dining area, media room and separate bedroom, and a large verandah with a hot tub.

    --Image is courtesy of Oceania Cruises.
  • Vista Suites range from 1,200 to 1,500 square feet and offer the same features as Oceania Suites -- plus floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over Marina's bow.

    --Image is courtesy of Oceania Cruises.
  • Penthouse Suites measure 420 square feet; expect a living and dining room separate from the sleeping area, a walk-in closet, and a bathroom with a double vanity.

    --Image is courtesy of Oceania Cruises.
  • At the top of the line, there are three Owner's Suites -- all furnished by Ralph Lauren Home. The living room pictured here is exactly what you'd expect from Lauren. Mahogony walls, faux Zebra rug and huge suede couch, along with an elegant dining table for six, are the main features. A wrap-around verandah holds another dining table and furnishings done in a black and white color scheme.

    --Image is courtesy of Oceania Cruises.
  • Here's a rendering of the suite's foyer, which features a silver leaf dome, a full floor-to-ceiling wall that looks out to sea, Georgian wood paneling, a David Hicks-inspired black-and-camel mosaic tile inset, velvet carpeting, player piano and a mahogany gloss bar with ivory leather and chrome stools.

    --Image is courtesy of Oceania Cruises.
  • The vast bedroom reminds us of a 1940s-inspired set from the classic Norma Shearer flick "The Women," what with its wainscoting, cashmere-covered walls, cashmere slipper chairs, steel blue and brown color scheme, and chandelier with teardrop glass balls.

    --Image is courtesy of Oceania Cruises.
  • The sumptuous bathroom in Marina's Owner's Suite boasts a lavish, curved bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub big enough to swim in.

    --Image is courtesy of Oceania Cruises.
  • An exterior rendering of the ship, which is set to launch in January 2011

    --Image is courtesy of Oceania Cruises.







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