- Occupancy: 1,250
- Crew and staff: 800
- Tonnage: 66,084
- Length: 239m
- Cruise Speed: 20 knots
- Launched: 2012
Food & Drink
There are six open seating restaurants on board and two exclusive. The Grand Dining Room offers fine continental food with new dishes available every day. The Polo Grill serves steakhouse classics, cooked to perfection by the skilled chefs.
Jacques Pépin designed the exquisite French cuisine available in his bistro – Jacques. For some Asian fusion cooking then guests can enjoy a meal in Red Ginger. The traditional flavours of Tuscany are available at Toscana. The Terrace Café offers an excellent range of buffet food as well as fine ocean views.
The two exclusive dining venues on board are Privée and La Reserve. Each accommodates a limited number of guests with Privée seating just 10 and La Reserve catering to 24. Guests will enjoy impeccable service and an incredible culinary experience in either of these restaurants.
There are a range of bars and lounges on board serving everything from afternoon tea to delicious cocktails for guests to savour along with fine views and good company.
The main entertainment on ship is the elaborately-staged musical revue shows. The Riviera is the only ship to host a show approved by Andrew Lloyd Webber, featuring the composer’s greatest works. There are also shows celebrating the eras of Flower Power and Rock and Roll music.
Guests can try and win a jackpot at the casino and play a range of table games and slot machines. Those who just like to watch the action can get a cocktail from the Casino Bar.
The Artist Loft offers creative people a chance to better their skills in watercolour, needlepoint and other crafts, all under the supervision and tutelage of the talented artists in residence. For those who prefer gourmet creations, the Culinary Center is a fully functioning cook school at sea where guests can learn from fine chefs.
There are also all the features guests would expect from an Oceania Cruise with pools and Jacuzzis, a spa & fitness centre as well as a card room and library.