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With luxurious amenities, exceptional service, and a country-club casual atmosphere, the intimate new Insignia offers a unique cruising experience. All suites and 60% of staterooms feature private teak verandas; suites also offer butler service. Epicurean delights await onboard, overseen by world-renowned master chef Jacques Pepin. Dining options include a formal dining room with Continental flair, an intimate Tuscan restaurant, and a stylish steakhouse. Luxuriate in the world-class spa and improve your swing at the golf driving range. Then, unwind in one of eight lounges as a 12-piece orchestra, classical string quartet, or blues band plays in the background.

Sails from:

Singapore , New York, New York , San Francisco, California

Cruises to:

Cuba , Worldwide , North America

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4.7 out of 5

Great Trip by Traveler2018

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The food and service was excellent. We enjoyed the cruise.

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4.6 out of 5

Pure Joy! by art1saf

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This was the first time my wife and I cruised in 25 years. The new ships have become floating diners with 2500-3500 passengers on board. This ship had superb service, food, in a casual environment with upscale amenities. I had enjoyed it so much that I left a deposit for a future cruise.

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2.4 out of 5

Not Good by obrikat

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I wish I had been told how old and rundown this ship was I would never have booked this cruise I will never use oceania cruise line again trip of a life time was a great disappointment.

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4.2 out of 5

New England cruise by kuphoff1

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Great food and service the ports also were excellent except Bermuda not much to see or do and so exspensive also there is no help with your baggage on return to Manhattan it is difficult to bring 3 checked and 2 carry on bags from the second floor to to the first

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1.9 out of 5

Boring, nothing to do except eating and reading. no lounge chair. Rocky and rough by tfung8

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Daily routine: 2 hour breakfast, 3 hour lunch, nap time, 3 hour dinner, 1/2 hour jazz music not suitable for dancing. Production show only has 5 to 6 persons. Guest performance is simple and lower grade and repeat.

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steve123
Feb 11, 2015

Book the specialty dining rooms in advance of boarding the ship or immediately when on board. You're not limited to the number of times you can dine in them but reservations fill up ultra fast. Transportation is NOT included to and from the airport/ship.

Liz9999
Sep 13, 2017

If you expect the best in all facets of cruising you should definitely book a cruise on the Insignia. Top notch all the way.

dkaplan
Aug 03, 2016

If you're an early riser, coffee is available in the Horizons Lounge. Don't miss afternoon tea in Horizons -- but get there early for the best seats! On days at sea, take breakfast in the dining room -- it's more relaxing than the buffet in the Terrace Cafe.

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