Insignia Review

Great Food, but...

Review for the Southern Caribbean Cruise on Insignia
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katherineincanada
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2014

This is my second sailing with Oceania, my husband's first.

Embarkation was quite easy, despite the fact that our taxi driver had difficulty find the dock and that Oceania had indicated that the "Regatta" was sailing that day, not the "Insignia". This added to the confusion.

We had chased an Concierge Veranda cabin on deck 7. The big advantage to this category, beyond the veranda, is the fact that you can eat a minimum of four times at the specialty restaurants. Apart from that, not sure if it's worth it.

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Cabin Concierge

A. small, basic cabin at a high price. Kept pristine by our stewardess. Tiny bathroom with no bathtub.Good location, close to elevator.

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