Oceania’s Insignia is an upper-end, premium cruise ship that features elegant public spaces and beautiful appointments in its staterooms. It was the first R-ship built for the now-defunct Renaissance Cruises (sailing as Columbus 2), and it has recently received an extensive retrofit and renewal to fit in with Oceania’s high standards of luxury.
Oceania Insignia’s elegance is evident the moment you step foot into the luxurious reception area. There, you stand facing a grand staircase and are immediately welcomed into an atmosphere with fine detailing at every turn. Make your way throughout the ship, to the ship’s library, for instance, and you’ll continue to notice grandeur. The library features a gorgeous trompe l’oeil ceiling that is irresistible to the eyes. Even the bars on Insignia offer decor that’s extraordinary and special.
Insignia sails from exotic locales like Hong Kong, the South Pacific, and Africa, and it offers cruises to thrilling places like the Mediterranean, Tahiti, the Caribbean, and Central America. The itineraries available on Oceania Insignia are many, and they include cruises like 19-day journeys from Singapore to Shanghai and 74-day excursions from Shanghai to Los Angeles.
Insignia provides several exquisite dining venues, including The Grand Dining Room, which is handsomely decorated in designer tapestries and rich woods. If you want to enjoy masterfully prepared dishes presented on custom-designed Versace china, visit Toscana and spend a few hours there. You’ll find plenty of opportunities to grab small bites on Insignia like at the informal Terrace Café or the laid-back Waves Grill. You can even sit down for Afternoon Tea on the ship every day of your cruise.
Bars and Clubs
For nightlife, or for times when you want to relax with a drink, visit one of Insignia’s many bars and clubs. Martinis is a great place for sipping classic cocktails in a setting reminiscent of a private gentlemen’s club. The Grand Bar is a wonderful spot to put back a libation amidst friends in an extremely opulent space. Of course, you can always grab a beer or glass of wine in Horizons, an elegant observation lounge with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Sailing on Oceania Insignia provides many chances to get outside and soak up the sunshine, or views of the gorgeous starry night sky. During the day, the ship’s pool deck is the place for fun in the sun because it offers a large heated pool and two whirlpool spas. There are chaise lounges and daybeds to luxuriate on, so consider taking a quick dip and then heading to the Sports Deck for shuffleboard or golf. If you love the arts, you might want to attend a classical concert under the stars on Insignia, or watch a magic show inside the ship. Sailing on Insignia means you have access to entertainment of many kinds, like headliner reviews and gambling in a casino.
To find out more about Insignia, we suggest you head over to Oceania Cruise Line’s website. You’ll be able to review itineraries, and book your journey. from the website.