Owner: Oceania - Cruises Inc. - USA a Prestige Cruise Holdings Comp.
|New company founded 2002 - SHIP AQUIRED BY OCEANIA CRUISES IN NOV.2006|
|Renaissance Cruises filled for bankrupcy sept.2001. All ships has been managed by Cruiseinvest before sold to new owners.|
|Aug-5-2013 Oceania Cruises today announced that Regatta, Insignia and Nautica, will undergo a significant transformation starting early next year in the largest refurbishment program in the company's history.The ships will receive a $50 million upgrade in a six-week timeframe that includes the refurbishment of suites, staterooms and select public rooms, some in the colors and décor-style found on the line's newest ships - Marina and Riviera. The ships' top accommodations, the Owner's and Vista suites, will receive new bathrooms including the addition of oversized showers and new vanities. Original artwork, in-line with the celebrated collection on Marina and Riviera, will be commissioned for all suites and staterooms. Insignia and Nautica being refurbished in Marseilles, France. Nautica will debut on May 16, 2014 in Civitavecchia for her 10-day Cliffs & Coves cruise.|
Entered service: 2000 – Refit: 2004 - Gross tonnage: 30.277 - Pass. lower beds: 684 - All berths: 702 - Passenger decks: 9 - Length: 180,95 m. - Beam: 25,46 m. - Draught: 5,9 m. - Drive diesel/electric: 4 diesel engines make Wärtsilä type 12V32LNE - 4 stroke-12 cyl.- Total installed power: 18.240 kW. at n=720 rev/min. - Propulsion: by 2 Cegelec variable frequency propulsion motors of each 6.750 kW. at n=170 rev/min. - 2 Fixed propellers - Service speed 18,5 knots - Max.speed: 21 knots - Built: Chantiers de l'Atlantique - St. Nazaire - France - Yard no. P 31 - Flag: Marshall-Islands - Classification: Bureau Veritas.
|Passenger space ratio all berts: 43.12|
Former Name: R-Five (1998 - 2001) - Blue Dream (Pullmantur) (2002-2004) - Nautica (2005 - until present)
Sisterships: Azamara Quest - Azamara Journey - Insignia - Regatta - Ocean Princess(medio 2016 Sirena) - Pacific Princess - Adonia
|Nov. 2008 the Nautica was sailing from Safaga, Egypt to Salah, Oman on the Maritime Safety Protection Area. At approximately 9:28 AM (UTC+3) the ship encountered Somalian pirates. Captain Jurica Brajcic ordered the ship to take evasive manoeuvres and to sail away at flank speed. The Nautica was able to outrun her attackers, although the ship was fired at eight times. None of the 684 passengers or 400 crew onboard were injured in the attack.|
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