Oceania Insignia Cruises
Oceania Insignia, a mid-sized cruise ship by Oceania Cruises, is casual yet elegant. Receiving rave reviews from passengers, Oceania cruise ship Insignia offers the ambience of a floating country club with an air of pampering luxury but without the stuffiness. There are several restaurants onboard Oceania Insignia cruises, offering everything from fine dining to fast snacking as well as some great entertainment. There also are nightclubs, a fitness center, swimming pool, library, conference center, solarium, sauna, jogging track, duty free shops-you name it and they probably have it. Just under six hundred feet long, Oceania Insignia cruises carry only 684 passengers and has a staff of 400 to keep her guests satisfied.
Oceania Insignia Cruises Destinations
From the rocky coastlines, jungles, and brilliant white beaches of South America to the ancient glories and blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, Insignia's wide hull design makes her a perfect vessel for traversing all sorts of waters on her quest to take her guests on unforgettable adventures.
Oceania Insignia Cruises South America
In January, Insignia is found in the waters down below the equator, beginning with a South America Cruise departing from Rio de Janeiro. Enjoy the cool samba and the hot beaches of this jet-set resort before sailing to Victoria, Salvador, and Recife, all Brazilian ports offering beaches, jungle excursions, and all the wildlife and cultural activities you'd expect from a Brazilian vacation. This tour does Brazil unlike any other, because next she cruises up into the Amazon Basin, allowing you to see the extraordinary marine and terrestrial life of this dense rainforest. After that, you'll sail to Santarem, Parintins, and Manaus.
Oceania Insignia Cruises Manaus to Bridgetown Cruise
The Manaus to Bridgetown cruise is designed for those who'd like a little bit of Brazil and a little bit of the Caribbean Islands all rolled up in one tour. After two days in Manaus, you travel to Anavilhanas, up the Amazon River, and down to Boca de Valeria, Santarem. From there, you cruise up the scenic coast to Devil's Island, a province of France, before sailing to Puerto Ordaz, Venezuelea, and then on into the Caribbean with stops in St. George's Island. Your final destination is Bridgetown, Barbados.
Oceania Insignia Cruises Transatlantic Voyage
In mid-March, as the warm weather begins to shift back northward, Oceania Insignia sets out on a transatlantic voyage that offers both the best of the tropics and the best of far western Europe. Enjoy the spices and warm winds of Barbados before heading to the indigo waters of the Castries and then St. Johns, and then set out to sea for six fun and exciting days and nights onboard, traversing the Atlantic Ocean as it was always done, overwater. Pull into port in the ancient city of Lisbon, which, older than Rome, has put great energies into renovating and upkeeping its landmarks since the great earthquake of the 18th century destroyed nearly everything from its more than 2000 year history. Next, enjoy the pleasures of Seville, before stopping at Gibraltar, the gateway to the Mediterranean. Then, sail on to Palma de Mallorca, the mountainous resort island, and then on to the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona, which houses many works of Picasso and Miro.
Oceania Insignia Cruises Black Sea Excursion
The Black Sea Excursion is a truly unique cruise, stopping in ports very few other tours will take you to, to see the sights of the new growth in the Adriatic and the ancient world of Greece. See the many sights of Athens before sailing to Nessebur, Bulgaria, and then on to Constanta, Romania, Odessa, Sevastopol and Yalta, Ukraine. Next, you sail to Sochi, Russia, then down to the ancient capital of the world, Istanbul, on to Dikili, Turkey, and then back to Athens.
Oceania Insignia Cruises Mediterranean
The ten day grand escapade is all about the glories of the Mediterranean. Departing form Athens, you stop in Mykonos and Santorini, two of the most startlingly beautiful islands you'll ever see, and then sail on to Rome, Florence, Monte Carlo, Marseille, and Barcelona.
The Mediterranean Romance Cruise sets sail from Lisbon, then spends two days in Seville, a night in Barcelona, and then you stop in the resort of Monte Carlo and are off to Portofino, Florence and Pisa before going on to Rome. After Rome you sail the Adriatic to Dubrovnik, Croatia, and then back to Italy for a night in Ancona and two days in Venice.
Oceania Cruise Ship Insignia Art and Antiquities
The 14-night Art and Antiquities tour departs from Barcelona and has stops in Marseille, Monte Carlo, Florence and Pisa, Rome, Bonifacia, Naples, Valetta, Santorini, Rhodes, Mykonos, Kusadasi, and Istanbul. The Ancient Torquoise Seas cruise allows you to take your time enjoying Istanbul before you sail down the Turkish coast to Kusadasi and then on to Mykonos, Rhodes, Santorini, Katakon, Corfu, Dubrovnik, and Athens. The Salute to Culture Cruise is just under two weeks and begins in Athens and stops in Mykonos, Rhodes, Santorini, Valletta, Taormina, Sorrento, Amalfi, and Rome. The Rivieras and Romance Cruise starts from Rome and heads on to Sorrento, Florence and Pisa, Portofino, Monte Carlo, Marseille, Palma de Mallorca and then wraps up in Barcelona.
Oceania Cruise Ship Insignia Accommodations
Goose-down pillows and silk-duvets, in-room whirlpools, verandahs, and DVD players: luxury and entertainment are what the suites and staterooms are all about. The Owner's and Vista suites have private verandas, two color TVs, spacious bedrooms and living rooms, and some have wraparound decks and mini-bars. The Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom has a large window, queen sized bed or two twins, comfortable sitting area, and breakfast table. Interior staterooms also are available.
Oceania Cruise Ship Insignia Dining
The Grand Dining Room is designed to serve like a five-star hotel, with the tuxedo-clad wait-staff serving continental and American fare on fine china and crystal. The Polo Grill is an upscale steakhouse serving dry-aged prime beef and fresh seafood, all while the world passes by outside of the large windows. Floor-to-ceiling windows define the Toscana Grill, which serves savory fare from Northern Italy. The Terrace Café offers all sorts of dining options, buffet style, and in a casual environment. Waves has salads, sandwiches, pizzas, and offers indoor/outdoor seating.
Oceania Cruise Ship Insignia Activities
While there is a shuffleboard court to enjoy with newfound friends, there is much else to do with your days and nights onboard the Oceania cruise ship Insignia. Run laps around the jogging track or swim them in the pool. Take an aerobics class or work out at the fitness center. Need to get a little work done? Head to the conference room. The duty-free shopping is always tempting, and there is an onboard spa and salon to get you ready for the evenings, which offer several lounges, bars, Vegas and Broadway style shows, and late-night dancing.
Oceania Cruise Ship Insignia Reservations