11

Decks

824

Number of passengers

18

Speed

180 m

Length

Cruise ship review

The Oceania Insignia has undergone a multimillion-dollar replenishment. It shows in the teak decks, four restaurants, eight lounges and bars, world-class fitness center and spa, and in the staterooms and suites — 70% of which feature private verandas. 400 professionally trained European staff will ensure your cruise is nothing short of magical.

Oceania Insignia guests are spoiled when it comes to amazing food. The Grand Dining Room serves European-inspired cuisine, as well as Canyon Ranch dishes. Menus change daily with a choice of twelve dinner entrées — you’ll never be bored. Toscana serves some of the most authentic Tuscan cuisine you’ll ever eat, straight from recipes of actual Italian grandmothers. Polo Grill cooks perfectly prepared seafood and dry-aged prime meat. Afternoon tea and al fresco dining also delight.

Activities and entertainment aboard the Oceania Insignia varies from informative speakers, Broadway-style performances, and the dance club Horizons. Try your luck at the Monte Carlo-style casino or relax at the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®. If you’re on a world cruise, polish your painterly skills from an artist in residence.