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164 Night Around the World Cruise from Los Angeles

164 Night Around the World Cruise from Los Angeles

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Los Angeles
  • Day 2
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 3
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 4
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 5
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 6
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 7
    Kauai
  • Day 8
    Honolulu
  • Day 9
    Hilo
  • Day 10
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 11
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 12
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 13
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 14
    Nuku Hiva
  • Day 15
    Cruising
  • Day 16
    Tahiti (Papeete)
  • Day 17
    Bora Bora
  • Day 18
    Bora Bora
  • Day 19
    Cruising
  • Day 20
    Cruising
  • Day 21
    Pago Pago
  • Day 22
    Cruising
  • Day 23
    Cruising
  • Day 24
    Suva
  • Day 25
    Cruising
  • Day 26
    Cruising
  • Day 27
    Paihia
  • Day 28
    Auckland
  • Day 29
    Cruising
  • Day 30
    Cruising
  • Day 31
    Cruising
  • Day 32
    Sydney (Australia)
  • Day 33
    Cruising
  • Day 34
    Brisbane
  • Day 35
    Cruising (Coral Sea)
  • Day 36
    Whitsundays
  • Day 37
    Cairns
  • Day 38
    Cairns
  • Day 39
    Cruising (Coral Sea)
  • Day 40
    Thursday Island
  • Day 41
    Cruising (Arafura Sea)
  • Day 42
    Darwin
  • Day 43
    Cruising (Timor Sea)
  • Day 44
    Komodo Island
  • Day 45
    Bali
  • Day 46
    Bali
  • Day 47
    Cruising (Java Sea)
  • Day 48
    Cruising (Java Sea)
  • Day 49
    South China Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 50
    Kota Kinabalu
  • Day 51
    South China Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 52
    Manila
  • Day 53
    South China Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 54
    Kao-Hsiung
  • Day 55
    Taipei (Keelung)
  • Day 56
    Ryukyu Island
  • Day 57
    Okinawa
  • Day 58
    East China Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 59
    Hong Kong
  • Day 60
    Hong Kong
  • Day 61
    South China Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 62
    Hue
  • Day 63
    South China Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 64
    Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
  • Day 65
    Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
  • Day 66
    Cruising
  • Day 67
    Sihanoukville
  • Day 68
    Bangkok (Laem Chabang)
  • Day 69
    Bangkok (Laem Chabang)
  • Day 70
    Koh Samui
  • Day 71
    Cruising
  • Day 72
    Singapore
  • Day 73
    Singapore
  • Day 74
    Kelang (Kuala Lumpur)
  • Day 75
    Penang
  • Day 76
    Phuket
  • Day 77
    Cruising
  • Day 78
    Yangon (Rangoon)
  • Day 79
    Yangon (Rangoon)
  • Day 80
    Yangon (Rangoon)
  • Day 81
    Bay of Bengal
  • Day 82
    Bay of Bengal
  • Day 83
    Cruising
  • Day 84
    Kochi
  • Day 85
    Mangalore
  • Day 86
    Goa
  • Day 87
    Mumbai (Bombay)
  • Day 88
    Mumbai (Bombay)
  • Day 89
    Cruising
  • Day 90
    Cruising
  • Day 91
    Dubai
  • Day 92
    Dubai
  • Day 93
    Fujairah
  • Day 94
    Muscat
  • Day 95
    Cruising
  • Day 96
    Salalah
  • Day 97
    Cruising
  • Day 98
    Red Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 99
    Red Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 100
    Red Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 101
    Aqaba
  • Day 102
    Safaga
  • Day 103
    Safaga
  • Day 104
    Suez Canal
  • Day 105
    Suez Canal
  • Day 106
    Haifa
  • Day 107
    Haifa
  • Day 108
    Alanya
  • Day 109
    Rhodes
  • Day 110
    Santorini
  • Day 111
    Kusadasi
  • Day 112
    Lesbos
  • Day 113
    Istanbul
  • Day 114
    Istanbul
  • Day 115
    Istanbul
  • Day 116
    Kavala
  • Day 117
    Mykonos
  • Day 118
    Athens (Piraeus)
  • Day 119
    Cruising
  • Day 120
    Dubrovnik
  • Day 121
    Venice
  • Day 122
    Venice
  • Day 123
    Cruising
  • Day 124
    Taormina (Messina)
  • Day 125
    Sorrento
  • Day 126
    Rome (Civitavecchia)
  • Day 127
    Florence (Livorno)
  • Day 128
    Saint-Tropez
  • Day 129
    Barcelona
  • Day 130
    Alicante
  • Day 131
    Almeria
  • Day 132
    Gibraltar
  • Day 133
    Seville
  • Day 134
    Seville
  • Day 135
    Lisbon
  • Day 136
    Lisbon
  • Day 137
    Porto (Leixoes)
  • Day 138
    La Coruna
  • Day 139
    Bilbao
  • Day 140
    Bordeaux
  • Day 141
    Bordeaux
  • Day 142
    Cruising
  • Day 143
    Saint-Malo
  • Day 144
    Southampton
  • Day 145
    Cruising
  • Day 146
    Dublin
  • Day 147
    Belfast
  • Day 148
    Lerwick
  • Day 149
    Torshavn
  • Day 150
    Cruising
  • Day 151
    Akureyri
  • Day 152
    Isafjord
  • Day 153
    Reykjavik
  • Day 154
    Cruising
  • Day 155
    Prince Christian Sound
  • Day 156
    Nuuk
  • Day 157
    Paamiut
  • Day 158
    Qaqortoq
  • Day 159
    Cruising (Labrador Sea)
  • Day 160
    Cruising
  • Day 161
    Sydney (Australia)
  • Day 162
    Halifax
  • Day 163
    Bar Harbor
  • Day 164
    Boston
  • Day 165
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 166
    New York (Manhattan)

Insignia

Insignia - Oceania Cruises

Pros

Excellent food and attentive service accompany an intimate and mature atmosphere onboard.

Cons

Activities are few, which can prove either relaxing or slightly dull.

Bottom Line

Insignia is a small, quiet and comfortable ship oriented toward adults.


Cruise Reviews

35 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
NEVER AGAIN!! Completed a segment of the Oceania Around the World 2019 cruise. Treated like a second class citizen by ATW Travelers who were given special privileges while the rest of us treated as if we did not belong despite the ... Read More
NEVER AGAIN!! Completed a segment of the Oceania Around the World 2019 cruise. Treated like a second class citizen by ATW Travelers who were given special privileges while the rest of us treated as if we did not belong despite the dollars paid being very high.(The ATW cruisers made up nearly 3/4 of the cruisers onboard) . Atmosphere onboard - us and them - it was dreadful. Crew extremely nervous of upsetting any ATW cruisers. Specialty restaurants completely empty by 9pm - no atmosphere with most ATW cruisers in bed by this time. Menus at Oceania Toscana restaurant not overhauled in 14 years. Food offering very “yesterday” very heavy. ATW given priority for all sittings at specialty restaurants before 8pm. Constantly asked by other cruisers and crew if we were “Seggies” the name given by ATW cruisers to the perceived “second class” i.e.those who were NOT on the ATW Cruise. Made very clear we should - stick together and not bother the ATW’s. At least there were many wonderful “Seggies” but all of us felt we were treated - differently -in all aspects of the day to day cruise life compared to our past crushing experiences. Shore excursions were outrageously overpriced and slow. Those with permanent injury and unable to walk unaided, taking excursions they could not complete without assistance. Ship encouraged it -simply money making. Entertainment onboard was very ordinary and if there were acts that invoked fun they were quickly told off by the ATW travelers via the Crusie Director making most entertainment bland and boring compared to other luxury cruises we have experienced. MOST DISGUSTING OF ALL was witnessing the BAD BEHAVIORS of grown Women to each other and the crew over OF ALL THINGS - NEEDLEPOINT. Crowd control became necessary after physical fighting and crying broke out over not getting their desired Needlepoint pattern. Ship made daily announcements about the need to obey security at the morning Needlepoint distribution. Very large groups of ATW women joining together- physically fighting, lying, pushing and shoving to gain advantage over others. Ongoing ridiculous abhorrent behavior that would seem funny BUT it was ugly to watch and unfortunately very TRUE!!! We also sadly paid handsomely for the privilege to witness this - ship could not control them. Clothes were stolen out of ships dryers and worn by other ATW passengers and when challenged they answered “ prove it’s yours “. ATW cruisers organized their own exclusive sessions onboard for various things taking over the use of public space and telling Seggies they must leave the area. Crew would tell us to move or the ATW people would make their lives hard. Yoga sessions were conducted by a passenger who was NOT a trained, sanctioned employee of Oceania. She and her ATW students demanded and were given exclusive use of the gym while not allowing Seggies to attend their sessions or access portion of the gyms common area during her sessions. Again we were told not to question it - they had priority. The list goes on -It was absolutely horrible !! More like traveling with a very self indulged group of Aged Care Retirement people. Never again!!. This was NOT - repeat NOT - a Luxury Cruise it was the Cruise from HELL! Travel on a segment of any ATW cruise with Oceania at your own risk. If you still have life in you and you wish to enjoy your hard earned vacation dollars in a good environment explore other cruise options. Read Less
16 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
Just returned from the Tokyo to Singapore (25day)segment of the World Cruise on Insignia. (We were not advised at time of booking with Oceania that we were joining a world cruise)Spent a lot of money on this trip and have never had such a ... Read More
Just returned from the Tokyo to Singapore (25day)segment of the World Cruise on Insignia. (We were not advised at time of booking with Oceania that we were joining a world cruise)Spent a lot of money on this trip and have never had such a bad experience on Oceania. We were not aware we were joining aprox 360 world cruisers (w.c’s.) but found out right away that cliques had already been established and it was almost impossible to penetrate the barrier between the segment guests and the w.c’s. Getting a large table for dinner was near impossible (never experienced that). Several events were organized for the w.c’s (special events and private parties)while the rest of the segment guests were left behind with little and sometimes no entertainment at all. We also realized the segment guests were paying US$100 pp.pd more than the wc’s we assume to subsidize the world cruise. Never been on an Oceania Cruise where there were NO extra activities. Especially on sea days. It was the usual bag o beans, trivia, mini putt and table tennis. It was sooo... boring. We made our displeasure known to the concierge on two occasions and promises were made that our concerns would be escalated but of course we heard nothing. We have sailed many times with Oceania but won’t will be sailing with them again. Perhaps the new owners (NCL) are making their presence known. Read Less
17 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
We are experienced cruisers on both large (Celebrity, RCCL, NCL, Princess, Costa) and small (Azamara, Windstar) ships. I think our expectations were in line with the size of the ship, and of course I did quite a bit of research before ... Read More
We are experienced cruisers on both large (Celebrity, RCCL, NCL, Princess, Costa) and small (Azamara, Windstar) ships. I think our expectations were in line with the size of the ship, and of course I did quite a bit of research before leaving. We knew the bathroom was going to be small- but sheesh! The shower is REALLY small. I'm a small person and it still seemed tiny- I don't know how some people even manage to fit! The cabin itself seemed smaller than what I thought was the same cabin on the Azamara Quest. (6090, Aft) The cabin seeming small was not a big deal but what we were really disappointed in was the food and some of the policies. We had a concierge class cabin so had four nights in the specialty restaurants. I was looking forward to some nice prime rib at the Polo Grill. I ordered an "end cut" and wow-- what I got was a very under cooked (almost raw...) piece of end cut. It would have been better if they just said "sorry, we don't have any available." They took it back and "grilled" it which is not prime rib. They offered to switch it for something else but at that point I just ate the baked potato and called it a night. We thought the food was better at Toscana. I guess I heard to much about how good the food is and my expectations might have been too high. We found the service on the ship to be very good. The only other thing we were disappointed in was their so-called included laundry service for concierge class. You have to allow three days turn around time which on a 10 night trip seems a bit excessive. They do say the included laundry is only "fluff and fold" and boy was that correct! I used the included pressing of four items which resolved some of the fluff and fold problem but not all of it. When we booked our trip the only thing available was concierge class-- not sure it was worth the extra cost on the smaller ships but we were okay with it as we wanted this timing and itinerary. From what I have read most seem to enjoy the concierge lounge on the larger ships. My other issue was that their policy allows scooters or wheelchairs to be in the hallway. As long as the cleaning carts can get by they let them stay there. I mentioned this to the front desk as I seem to remember that most cruise ships do not allow this. If you hit rough seas they become flying missiles that could hurt employees or passengers. She said "they don't have enough accessible cabins so this is our way around it." When someone gets hurt my guess is they will change the policy,,,,,, They brought out Christmas decorations around the 15th of December which were very nice. I thought the entertainment was good for a small ship and the cruise director, Shawn Carter, was very good. He did some entertainment one afternoon and we enjoyed that quite a bit. I also really enjoyed Constantine Dragulov, a pianist and vocalist. All in all I don't think we'd return to Oceania. Some of the employees were terrific, (such as bartender Desi and sommelier Andre) and all were at least adequate. With that said, I don't want to be the one that has a scooter come flying at me! Read Less
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