Miami-based cruise ships operator Oceania Cruises, a subsidiary of Norwegian Cruise Line, is planning to buy two Allura-class ships for A$900 million ($647 million) each.

The new ships, which will bring Oceania Cruises fleet up to eight, have room for 1,200 passengers each.

Oceania Cruises said that the ships, altogether costing $1.29 billion, will represent a transformation of its onboard experience, targeting residential-style staterooms and suites plus gourmet cuisine.

In addition, the company noted that the new class of mid-size cruise vessels will maintain all the design elements and signature amenities of its line’s Marina and Riviera while adding a number of new features.