Insignia Review

Insignia & Staff Great, Most Excusions Very Good.

Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Insignia
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Upper Deck Guy
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jul 2017
Cabin: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom

I have cruised on the Marina twice and was wondering how I would find the R class (smaller ship than the O class) Insignia. Well, I loved it. Why? The size was excellent and the passengers did not overwhelm the ports or tendering operations. Just a nice scale. True the Veranda suites are smaller and particularly the showers than the Marina but they were not disappointing. I did not miss the other specialty restaurants they have on the O ships. Food was excellent and fully up to Marina/Oceania standards. Which I have found to be the best of all other cruise lines that we have taken, mainly AMA and Holland America. I had read a review prior to the trip that stated that the Insignia was tired and dog eared. I looked very closely at a number of areas of the ship and found her to be in excellent condition. I think the main lounge was a little weak (small) for entertainment but we don't cruise for the entertainment. Piano bar and string quartets are more of our thing and was very good on Insignia. I loved the itinerary because they were unique ports and not tourist traps. I learned things about places I had never read about. Service was outstanding as it has been on our other Oceania cruises. Booked next years cruise while on board.

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Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom

Port Reviews


Walked the freedom trail but did not make it to the Back Bay due to time restrictions.

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