Revamped Insignia returns to water

A new stateroom on the ship
A new stateroom on the ship

Oceania Cruises’ refurbished Insignia ship has returned to the fleet after an extensive drydock period.

The ship is the first of three to undergo a US$50 million revamp with additions including the Baristas coffee bar, a cook-to-order grill at Terrace Café and an outdoor recreation on the Sports Deck.

Its public rooms and staterooms have also been updated while the Artist Loft is also no onboard.

Sister ships Nautica and Regatta will also go through drydock periods in Oceania’s largest fleet refurbishment programme to date.

“This is a milestone moment for Oceania Cruises.  Not only did we welcome home a family member with Insignia re-joining the fleet, but she comes out of dry dock essentially a new ship, reflecting an even higher level of elegance and design,” said Kunal S. Kamlani, president of Oceania Cruises.  “By adding features our guests adore from Marina and Riviera to Insignia, Nautica and Regatta, it further enhances the upscale cruise experience and exceptional value for which Oceania Cruises is known throughout the industry.”

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