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MSC Cruises is an award-winning, great-value cruise line with a high-standard, modern fleet featuring the personal attention and friendliness of an international crew, together with world-famous authentic Italian hospitality. With a full range of activities for guests of all ages, MSC is perfect for singles and couples, as well as being ideal for family cruises thanks to great onboard entertainment tailored to kids. What's more, with a fleet ranging in size from under 2000 to over 6000 guests, whether you prefer a bustling ship with loads of new people to meet or something a little calmer, there is an MSC cruise ship for you.

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You can choose from fine dining in four open-seating restaurants, all included in the price of the cruise. Whether enjoying the main dining room or the specialty restaurants, there are no additional cover charges. Furthermore, those with plant-based diets will be delighted by the expansive vegetarian and vegan menus. With over 200 different menu options to choose from, guests are guaranteed to find a delicious dish that they'll love in The Grand Dining Room and speciality restaurants.

Main dining

Inspired by 5-star hotel restaurants in Europe, Oceania's Grand Dining Room oozes stately grandeur while also providing a welcoming and comfortable environment for guests to enjoy at every mealtime. Priding themselves on using the best artisan ingredients from around the world, breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between are prepared to perfection, meaning that every bite is as delicious as the last.

Speciality dining

Each ship also boasts several speciality options for those who want to venture away from the main dining room:

  • Toscana- authentic Italian cuisine made following traditional recipes
  • Polo Grill- no cruise would be complete without a trip to the onboard steakhouse
  • Jacques- fine French cuisine served in a restaurant modeled after Parisian bistros
  • Red Ginger- Asian specialities packed with flavour
  • Terrace Café- casual dining with the option to eat inside or outside
  • Waves Grill- American-inspired dishes served al fresco on the deck

The varied entertainment onboard Oceania ships once evening comes is bound to keep guests amused and engaged from the beginning of their cruise to the end.

For those who enjoy listening to live music, there are regular world-class performances featuring a range of guest entertainers including pianists, classical string quartets and headlining vocalists. As well as live music, there are also shows on each ship.

Alternatively, there's also the opportunity to find a seat in one of the onboard bars and lounges and choose your drink. With a tempting array of vintage wines, cocktails, spirits, beers and wines, your favourite libation will be in your hands within minutes. Furthermore, for those wanting to try their luck, there is also a casino on every ship.

For those travelling with children on a cruise to the Northwest Coast of America and Alaska, the Alaska Explorer Youth Program is the perfect way to keep the children occupied and engaged. Tailor-made for those aged between 5 and 12, this program includes games, activities and Alaska-inspired events, all overseen my enthusiastic and highly-trained staff.

Oceania Cruises proudly offer a variety of exciting and exotic worldwide itineraries with extensive shore excursion choices.

Oceania fly cruise deals give you the opportunity to explore the culture and history of the Mediterranean, the Black Sea and the Baltic States to the mystical and mysterious Far East, with fascinating destinations such as Bangkok, Hong Kong & Shanghai. The vibrant cultures of South America and the Caribbean take you to Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Valparaiso or Barbados, Dominica and St. Barts. Many of the ports feature overnights stays opposed to fleeting visits meaning that you can get more out of each destination.

Oceania cruises like to make sure that guests' time onboard is as relaxing as possible, which is why they are proud to present the Aquamar Spa. Offering a comprehensive list of treatments, ranging from massages and body therapies to a visit to the salon and barber shop, why not allow yourself a few hours of rejuvenating pampering?

What's more, there is also a Vitality Center onboard each ship which includes state-of-the-art gym equipment, as well as complimentary fitness classes. From a gentle session of yoga on the deck as the sun rises to an intense weight lifting workout, there's everything you need to stay active during your cruise.

In addition, an Oceania Cruise features several programmes of enriching activities to help guests get more out of their holiday:

  • Guest lectures
  • Seminars
  • Wine tastings
  • Cooking demonstrations

Customer reviews for Insignia

  • Insignia
  • Oceania Cruises
  • 22 Jan 2019

It was a really good cruise despite some strong winds. The food has to be amongst the best that I have had on a cruise ship. The staff were as usual very attentive and looked after us very well. The decor was excellent and the ship had only completed a refurbishment 2 weeks before. Fantastic. The entertainment was not up to standard; one of the speakers was poor and the other's subject matter was not of much interest. There needed to be more speakers particularly as we had 6 sea days. The guest entertainers lacked variety. The 2 who joined the ship half way through, one was a ventriloquist and the other a magician and OK for one performance but not 2.

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  • Insignia
  • Oceania Cruises
  • 05 Nov 2018

End of October is not a time to do a fall cruise. 4 out of the 8 stops were cancelled due to various weather conditions and whilst this is not the cruise lines fault their response is. The line provided free drinks for 2 evenings to compensate passengers, as I had bought a premium drinks package this was of no benefit to me. When I asked at reception how I was to be compensated I was told " it was the luck of the draw" and I was not to receive anything! In relation to the cruise itself I found the selection of tours disappointing. The entertainment was acceptable and much better than 5 years ago when I last used oceania ( although this is not a high bar). Food is good and service is like most cruises, good in parts. Outside of the cruise you had provided accommodation and transfers all of which worked well except for the transfer from hotel in new York to cruise terminal. We had to wait one and a half hours make 4 phone calls and listen to excuse after excuse - very poor

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  • Insignia
  • Oceania Cruises
  • 29 Oct 2018

Staff were wonderful, food lacked flavour and portions too big, the ship was tired and shabby in places repairs were poor But far the worst were the prices onboard drinks were extremely expensive, and the excursions were not only a rip off but were very poor for the money. Why should they charge gratuity on drinks on top of extortionate drink prices. Will never cruise with this Line again