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Transatlantic Insignia Transatlantic Cruise Reviews

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Worth the extra. I think not

Review for Insignia to Transatlantic

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jonbax

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

We chose it as we had never been on a small ship and wanted to see what it was all about and was recommended to Oceania so we booked a year in advance and looked forward to being blown away by the higher standard over our usual lines. (Celebrity and Cunard) I can understand the desire to be on a 600+ passenger ship . Easy to get around and not get lost. You always recognise others ( even if ...
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Sail Date: September 2018

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom


Great Cruise

Review for Insignia to Transatlantic

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Stevelex56

6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

Perfect Domestic style itinerary. New York to Nova Scotia to Bermuda. The Insignia is one of the smaller Oceania ships but was just as pleasant as the larger Marina and Riviera class ships. 684 passengers and 400 crew members. The ship is getting a retro fit along with the other "R" class ships in December. I would love to sail on it again after the upgrade. The crew was excellent in every ...
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Sail Date: August 2018

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom


Insignia & Staff Great, Most Excusions Very Good.

Review for Insignia to Transatlantic

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Upper Deck Guy

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

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 ...
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Sail Date: July 2017

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom


Rome Italy to Montreal Canada

Review for Insignia to Transatlantic

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Roswellgal

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

We recently celebrated our 48th anniversary on a 28 day cruise on Oceania Insignia traveling from Rome, Italy to Montreal, Canada. This cruise was a segment of the 180 day world cruise that originated in January of 2017. We enjoyed ourselves immensely. We have traveled Oceania Marina from Miami to Barcelona in 2013. This was a 14 day cruise w/time in Barcelona as a post trip. This last ...
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Sail Date: May 2017

Cabin Type: Ocean View


Oceania Insignia v Azamara Journey

Review for Insignia to Transatlantic

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PKCC

10+ Cruises

Age 80s

OCEANIA adverts: Featuring FREE Unlimited Internet, plus choose one of the below FREE: 4 - 10 FREE Shore Excursions FREE House Beverage Package $400 - $1000 Shipboard Credit We booked this cruise while travelling on the Marina last autumn, one reason for which was an interest to compare the small Oceania ships with the 'identical' Azamara Journey, which we like very much. ...
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Sail Date: April 2017

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom


We have found our cruise line - Oceania

Review for Insignia to Transatlantic

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hgtefla

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

Review of Oceania (Insignia) Sept. 12 - Sept 29. Valletta, Malta to Miami Florida, USA This was our third cruise (our first repositioning) and the first with Oceania. We were a bit trepidatious signing up for this cruise as we were not enthralled with our previous two experiences (NCL and Royal Caribbean). However, we were bowled over with the excellent standards on Oceania Insignia in all ...
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Sail Date: September 2016

Cabin Type: Veranda Stateroom


Bit of a disappointment on Transatlantic Sept cruise

Review for Insignia to Transatlantic

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Joanzzzz

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

It is very difficult to take reviews on any subject and make a personal decision based on them. We are given an opinion from others based on their reviews/needs/rewards/expectations, and use them accordingly. If we try and decide based on good reviews, we will find ourselves reasons to pick the bad ones apart, and visa versa. Much of the decision is trying to find the middle ground because ...
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Sail Date: September 2016

Cabin Type: Deluxe Ocean View


Disappointing Oceania Cruise

Review for Insignia to Transatlantic

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sbg42

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

This was our first time on Oceania. I had heard only good things about this cruise line. We were told that food was excellent, service great and ship lovely. Most of the aforementioned did not hold true. During the life raft drill, before we even left port, we were told that this was a sick ship and that there was Norovirus on our ship. They then said safety measures would be in place. This ...
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Sail Date: September 2016

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom


Very disappointed

Review for Insignia to Transatlantic

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pali pals

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

We liked the itinerary. But we're quickly disappointed by things onboard starting as soon as we saw our Penthouse Stateroom. Nothing was different from 4 years earlier and now the decor was tired and the room overall outdated. Then as soon as we pulled out of port we were informed that we were on a "sick" ship. A number of the crew and passengers had norovirus and the onerous sanitation ...
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Sail Date: September 2016

Cabin Type: Penthouse Suite


This is what cruising was meant to be

Review for Insignia to Transatlantic

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Hawaiidan

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

This was my 6th cruise with Oceania and my 2nd on a R class ship First the ship is a classic in design and style like a upscale British country hotel, Fine art, cherry paneling, fine carpets wrought iron and brass... class and ambiance. at 30,000 tons she is very seaworthy and easy to get around on 500 feet not like the 1000ft + monster ships. With only 520 passengers it was a ...
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Sail Date: September 2016

Cabin Type: Veranda Stateroom


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