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Insignia Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Great, Positive Experience on Oceania's Insignia in July, 2016

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haskinskj
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Sail Date: Jul 2016
Cabin: Vista Suite

My husband and I were on the Insignia July 1-19 for the Northern Crossing trip from Miami to Reykjavik. Overall, what a wonderful cruise; we really enjoyed the ship, several sea days, the ports and, most especially, staying in Reykjavik for a few days after disembarking.

But this is about the ship. We had sailed previously on the Marina (three weeks around South America in 2013). We also have sailed on Regent's Voyager three times and previous to that on Holland America and Costa a few times. The Insignia was very well maintained; I didn't see any torn or stained carpet in the public areas; the ship gleamed every day from continuous thorough cleanings. Staff we encountered were not only unfailingly polite but, in most instances, also very warm and genuine in wanted to assure your positive experience and providing you a great trip.

We stayed in a Vista Suite, Cabin 7004, at the front of the ship. We were directly below the bridge so heard almost nothing except an occasional footstep. The suite has 1 and 1/2 baths which is a particular reason why we chose it--no fighting in the morning for space! The bedroom did not have a walk in closet; instead it had wall units around two walls which provided more than adequate space both hanging and drawers. There was also a desk in the bedroom and two small bedside tables (just enough to hold our cell phones at night). The living room had a large piece of furniture which was a bar and storage space for glasses, napkins, menus and a small refrigerator. There was also a small dining table with four chairs, a sofabed, two chairs, two side tables and a coffee table. More than enough room! Our balcony extended across the front and had enough room for two loungers and a table with four chairs. We really liked this suite.

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Vista Suite

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About 700 square foot cabin at the front of the ship. Lots of space including wall units for clothes (no walk in closet) but wall units more than adequate. Cabin has one and a half baths which was much appreciated by us. Balcony is right at front of the ship so we had great viewing for coming into ports and the day we went through the fjord. Bridge was directly over us so very quiet. Seventh deck is great location as we could use the stairs instead of the elevators. You will feel more motion in this cabin than mid-ships but I would choose this cabin again.

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