We previously sailed on the Insignia. We have never been to Cuba before and the cruise stopped at three ports in Cuba. The embarkation was a little slow for a smaller ship. The dining was very good in all the restaurants on board. The Wi Fi access is free one device per cabin. The speed was very slow at times and some websites would time out before I could login. The cabin size was okay with a veranda. There was limited desk space. There were cabinets and shelves all around to store clothes and personal items. The bathroom was small with a shower and limited shelves. The lightning in the cabin was very good. There were USB ports on both sides of the bed and on the desk. There was one 220 V and 110 V outlet on the desk. There are two banks of elevators on the ship one aft and one forward. The ship was was recently remodeled. The entertainment was very good one show per night. There were activities every day, There is a full casino and bars on different decks on the ship.
The cabin was forward on the port side. One deck above the Insignia Lounge. The cabin was fine plenty of space to store clothes and personal items in all the cabinets around the cabin, There were two end tables with three drawers each. The desk had three medium size drawers.
We used cubaguider and Yuri was our tour guide. He took yo all the local sites. He explained he location in detail. He know his history and dates. The French and Spanish era on the island