Oceania Cruises Debuts Art Collection Audio Tours Aboard Marina and Riviera

Oceania Cruises debuted its Art Collection Audio Tour onboard the Marina and Riviera beginning Nov. 1, 2014.

Narrated by Oceania Cruises founder, chairman and CEO Frank J. Del Rio and co-founder and vice-chairman Bob Binder, the complimentary tour provides stories and descriptions behind many of the more than 2000 original works adorning the mid-size ships. The collection of museum-worthy art was personally acquired by Del Rio and Binder over a period of years and includes both well-known and underground artists.

The audio devices for the Oceania Cruises Art Collection Audio Tour are available to guests as a complimentary amenity and include recorded insights on more than 25 signature pieces of art on each ship. The pieces of art included in the tour feature a placard with a number and an audio device symbol, and guests can enter the number into the player keypad to hear the story behind the piece. 

The Oceania Cruises Art Collection book is available on Amazon.com and at OceaniaBookCollection.com. Guests can visit the purser’s desk for an audio device upon boarding Marina and Riviera beginning Nov. 1, 2014.

For more information, visit www.oceaniacruises.com.

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