Oceania Cruises new ship Marina to feature Ralph Lauren furnishings and suites designed by Tocar
Oceania Cruises - new Marina will be the first ship in the world to feature all its suites decorated in furnishings from the acclaimed Ralph Lauren Home collection. Oceania Cruises used the services of New York based designers Tocar Interior Design, renowned for their award winning work with Polo Ralph Lauren.
Onboard Oceania Cruises Marina are three Owners Suites, which are unlike any other at sea. Wood paneling and art-niches decorate the foyer, framed with polished stone and mirrors. An ivory marble and mosaic entryway leads to a mahogany gloss bar and seating area, with an ebony baby grand and chandelier completing the luxurious look.
Guests will spend a lot of time in their living and dining room areas, which resembles a world class yacht. Ebony-veneered chests with silverware flank the entrance while walnut herringbone flooring leads to a full wall of windows of uninterrupted views looking over the stern of the Marina.
The sleeping area in these suites features plush grey carpeting, with window dressings of ivory sheers and silver drapery. The main feature in the suites in the amazing bed – a Bel Air bed in a deep mahogany with headboard trimmed in blue-steel mohair. Crystal nightstands, custom ceiling fixtures, Mayfair mirrors, Ralph Lauren Highbridge desk and camel hair upholstered side chair complete the look.
Oceania Cruises’ new Marina has been designed to carry just 1,258 guests to the world’s most alluring ports in elegance and style. The ship is three times the size of the current ships, but will carry just twice the number of guests. Rich woods, marble and granite, fine wool carpets and leathers adorn public rooms. Facilities include 10 dining venues – six of which are openseating gourmet restaurants, an array of bars and lounges, a full-service spa and fitness centre, swimming pool and hot tubs.