Around the World - Miami to Miami Cruise
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Oceania Insignia has two nearly identical sister ships the Regatta and Nautica. The ship is decorated the old fashioned way with an accommodation capacity of over 700 guests.Insignia offers all kinds of leisure facilities, from the Casino, Spa and fitness centre to indoors and outdoors swimming pool. All the Penthouse Suites, plus more than 65 % of cabins have balconies with sea views and all offer a cosy and comfortable atmosphere.
Fine meals are served in the over 320 seating dining room with menus changing every day. Seekers of more dining places can always reserve tables at the Toscana Italian restaurant, the Polo Grill or walk into the less formal but grand Terrace café.
Activities can include groups and private off-shore excursions led by the ship's professional guides. Guests can also enjoy a jog around the pool, play a game of cards in the card room or have a relaxing afternoon over a book in the ship's library.
All ages are welcome. The cruise ship offers fine leisure suitable for non-formal young and old people. The attractive charges always make this Oceania Cruises a very affordable and popular cruise line.
OCEANIA INSIGNIA ACCOMMODATION
Stateroom total: 342
Owner’s and Vista Suite Amenities
OCEANIA INSIGNIA DINING OPTIONS
There are four main dining rooms on Oceania Insignia and each provides guests with a large selection of choice and international cuisines.
“The Grand Dining Room” offers a daily menu for lunch and dinner for up to 340 guests. The ocean views are spectacular as the restaurant is situated at the front of the ship and complemented by the picturesque domed ceiling. The room takes after its name and offers French cuisine created by Chef Jacques Pépin.
“Polo Grill” an extraordinary elegant and stylish Steakhouse providing a selection of meat and seafood delicacies, Chef specials, and set menus. With seating for up to 98 dinners, this is the most intimate of all the dinning locations onboard. This venue is by reservation only.
“Toscana” is far more than an Italian restaurant with Tuscan specialities made by family trained Italians and the sommeliers coming from Italian wine families. You will be treated to a truly romantic gourmet delight. This venue is by reservation only.
“Terrace Café” and “Tapas on the Terrace” has two names as it changes from the daytime Terrace Cafe offering breakfast and mouth-watering international self-service buffet for lunch, to an International and Mediterranean bistro for the evening. There is seating for 154 indoors and 184 outdoors.
“Waves Grill” is for casual daytime eating such as salads, seafood, burgers or homemade ice cream and milkshakes.
OCEANIA INSIGNIA ENTERTAINMENT
“The Lounge” is the place for evenings and cabaret performances, illusionists, comedy acts and live music. It is the ideal place for pre and post-dinner drinks.
“Horizons Bar” situated in the observation lounge, you can enjoy the beautiful ocean views and relax with a drink in comfortable chairs around small, intimate tables. Here you can also participate in other activities such as wine or cheese tasting.
“Casino bar” takes you back to the old days of an era of indulging yourself in grand London hotels enjoying cocktails and nightcaps at a Martini bar, relaxing in comfortable sofas and chairs and taking in the beauty of the room and the marble fireplace.
OCEANIA INSIGNIA SPA & FITNESS
Beauty Salon and three rooms for massage and spa treatments plus men’s and women’s changing rooms and steam room but no sauna. Harding Brothers the UK concessionary operate the Spa and Salon.
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