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182 nights
06 Jan 2022
Oceania Insignia
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What's Included

  • Included dinning – The Grand Dinning Room, The Bistro, Polo Grill, Terrace Café, Waves Grill, Afternoon Tea, Baristas (speciality coffee house) & 24/7 room service dinning
  • Evening entertainment – four separate shows featuring music from the 1940’s to present. Featuring acoustic performances, dance shows, live tribute bands and more.
  • Pools, Sports & Spa – Pool and hot tub, golfing green, shuffleboard, jogging track, fitness centre and complimentary fitness classes, sauna & steam room and Aquamar Day Spa **
  • Daily entertainment – On-board library with over 2000 volumes, internet café**, casino** and boutique shopping**,Artists Loft (on-board art classes) and daily shore excursions**
  • Bars & Lounges – 5 bars and lounges – drinks extra**
  • **available at a surcharge

Your Itinerary

Insignia’s distinctive personality radiates warmth and character. The finest furnishings adorn this beautiful cruise ship, making her perfect for a cruise holiday bathed in luxury. Dine in restaurants resplendent with rich fabrics, Villeroy & Boch china and the finest silver and crystal. Indulge in the bliss of the Canyon Ranch Spa and its treatments including body wraps and skincare treatments, sip cocktails in the elegant bars and lounges, attend a live classical concert under the stars by one of the finest orchestras at sea, or join the sommelier for a wine tasting session.

Honolulu has it all. Here you’ll find everything from historic landmarks and treasured monuments to world-class shopping and a flourishing arts and culture scene. Honolulu spreads throughout the south eastern shores of Oahu, from Pearl Harbour to the world famous Waikiki, once a playground for the Hawaiian royalty.

A land of waterfalls and volcanoes, Hilo is a tropical paradise. Visit Liliuokalani Gardens, a Japanese garden on the shore of Kuhio Bay and contains 30 acres of pagodas, ponds, and picnic areas. Inland, along the lower reaches of Mauna Kea, Kolekole stream plunges 442 feet over a cliff at Akaka Falls. Closer into town travellers can see Rainbow Falls, a beautiful 80ft waterfall.

Nuka Hiva is a beautiful island blanketed in breath-taking landscapes and beauty. Hike through the deep valleys, passed the stunning Ahui waterfall to the picturesque Anaho bay with views of rolling landscapes and dramatic scenery due to the islands volcanic origins. Snorkel in the crystal waters and experience a colourful underwater marine paradise.

Rangiroa’s greeny-blue clear waters are surrounded by white sandy beaches, and are one of the world’s greatest diving destinations. Dolphins, manta rays and turtles often pass close to the island. Churches, craft centres, small shops and local restaurants line the road on town. A trip to the Blue Lagoon is a must for any visitor.

Papeete harbour is full of hustle and bustle surrounded by a mass of crystal water and sandy white beaches. Tahiti has a bustling, vibrant feeling with markets lining the streets, colourful boulevard and numerous sidewalk café. Neighbouring Tahiti Iti is home to a few villages and small beaches offering trips to view stunning waterfalls, archaeological sites and caves and beautiful scenery.

Bora Bora is surrounded by glistening white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and stunning mountainous landscape. This island is renowned for hosting many celebrities over the years because it really is a piece of paradise. The lagoon is three times the size of the island and is home to an abundance of beautiful marine life. You can hire bikes and circle the whole island taking in the breathtaking views and tropical wildlife.

Dramatic mountain peaks surround the deep blue waters of Pago Pago. The town is rich in history and culture filled with historic buildings and museums. Visit the Baroque Torre de Clerigos, the Roman Cedofeita Church and the home of the Navigator, Prince Henry for an insight into this ports historic beauty and to soak up some of the culture on offer. The shops offer a wide range of independent and boutique shops as well as top designers.

Suva is the largest city in the South Pacific, and is a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities. The bustling urban streets encompass a jumble of colonial and modern buildings. There are plenty of modern shopping malls shops to visit and plenty of varied and exciting restaurants.

The main street of this relaxed city is lined with palm trees, and the Koroyanitu Range towers in the background. Occasionally little sugar trains from the local mill drive through the centre. Take a trip to the sugar mill, shop for souvenirs at the local market, or go island-hopping to discover Treasure and Beachcomber Islands.

The Bay of Islands are a collection of holiday islands set in tranquil waters and on a backdrop of beautiful green landscape. The turquoise waters surrounding these islands are teeming with dolphins and other forms of marine life and trips can be made to swim with these wild animals. Walks to Haruru Falls will allow you scenic views of the cascading water.

Auckland, based around 2 large harbours, is a major city in the north of New Zealand’s North Island. In the centre, the iconic Sky Tower has views of Viaduct Harbour, which is full of superyachts and lined with bars and cafes.

Tauranga is one of New Zealand’s fastest-growing cities. The Bay of Plenty coastline has miles of golden beaches to enjoy. Explore the beautiful natural landscape in one of the many parks, and try your hand at mountain biking or white water rafting. If you prefer a more laid-back holiday, spend a relaxing day dolphin-watching.

Napier, a coastal city on New Zealand's North Island, is set amid the renowned wine-producing region of Hawke's Bay. Rebuilt after a 1931 earthquake, the city is known for art deco landmarks like the zigzag-patterned Daily Telegraph Building.

The capital of New Zealand has a lively culture and arts scene. Home of New Zealand’s film industry, it has earned itself the title ‘Wellywood’ in recent years. There are plenty of top-quality restaurants, cafés, bars, galleries, shops and theatres to find, with attractive Victorian architecture to feast your eyes on too.

Akaroa is a historic French and British village situated in the heart of an ancient volcano. Set against a stunning backdrop of green hills and rolling countryside, it’s a beautiful location. The village offers colonial architecture, craft stores, cafés and many activities. Visit Flea Bay where you’ll find a large penguin colony, you might even catch a glimpse of a Maui dolphin, the world’s smallest and rarest known subspecies of dolphin. Kayaks and harbour tours are on offer for those wanting to get closer to the wildlife surrounding Akaroa’s waters.

Dunedin has a spectacular and varied coastline with a host of safe swimming beaches. Visit St. Clair with its vibrant and cosmopolitan Esplanade just ten minutes from the city, Tunnel Beach moody, arguably the most dramatic and romantic spot in Dunedin. For the more adventurous, visit Long Beach; a Mecca for rock climbers and cave dwellers that can be reached via Port Chalmers.

Sydney, the striking sights of the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge will welcome you with open arms. As Australia's most cosmopolitan city, you can expect breathtaking energy as you roam the bustling streets, exploring the sights of this spectacular destination. Admire the captivating works at the Museum of Contemporary Art, star gaze from the planetarium in Sydney's Observatory or amble through the beautiful greenery of The Royal Botanic Garden.

Burnie is a town situated on the edge of Emu Bay and is bustling with a unique and interesting history. The Cradle Mountain National Park offers a true Tasmanian wilderness experience with untouched scenery. Hike through rainforests, glacier lakes and stunning waterfalls.

Make sure you take a stroll down the stunning tree-lined Lygon Street for the best restaurants and cafes, or visit the famous Yarra Valley for the best in Australian wines. If you’re a sports fan you could also enjoy a tour of the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground.

The capital of South Australia, Adelaide is a cosmopolitan city of wide boulevards, fertile gardens and diverse architecture. Discover the Anglican Holy Trinity Church and the Parliament House. Explore the collection of Aboriginal, colonial, and Melanesian art at the South Australian Museum. Stroll the historic Adelaide Central Market, or simply relax beneath a fig tree canopy in the Botanic Gardens.

Albany is a pretty, historical town situated along beautiful coastline and rolling landscapes. The pathway to Ellen Cove allows you to walk along the famous coastline and the waters are renowned for Whale spotting. Museums, galleries, monuments and the Albany courthouse, all give you an insight into this town’s history and culture.

Perth is a cosmopolitan city surrounded by stunning beaches, acres of vineyards and secluded bays. Take a cruise down the Swan River, past parks, gardens and skyscrapers, to the beautiful vineyards in Swan Valley. Stop at Perth Zoo and explore the local and not-so-local animals. Hire a bike and head to the secret beaches or kayak to secluded bays. Whether you want beaches or shopping, guided tours or independent travel, Perth has something for everyone.

Geraldton offers a mix of natural and historic attractions and is the gateway for the beautiful Abrolhos islands. Delve into the history of Geraldton with a tour of HMAS Sydney and the stunning Art Deco masterpiece of the town cathedral. Visit the Albrolhos Islands for a trip through incredible shipwrecks, colourful reefs, views of sea lions and even encounter bottlenose dolphins.
Find specialist surfing and diving stores at Maidstone Crescent and go swimming and snorkelling at the beach once you’re stocked up. Explore the beautiful marine life and coral formations off Turquoise Beach and try the fresh shrimps the town is famed for. Walk to the Vlaming Head Lighthouse to watch the spectacular sunset over the water.

Broome is a magical destination set around white sands, cobalt blue waters and stunning red rocks. A diverse rich history and cultural diversity makes this an intriguing place to see. Visit Cable beach for rolling sandy beaches, camel rides and turquoise waters. Nearby Roebuck Bay gives you views of the natural phenomenon of the Staircase to the Moon.

Surabaya is a large port city with a genuine Indonesian flavor. The old section of the city has the historic mosque of Ampel and the Kong Co Kong Tik Cun Ong Temple. Walk through the town and you will discover old neighbourhoods of typical Dutch colonial homes, while in Islamic enclaves throughout the city, men in fez-like hats gather around mosques with minarets. Kenjeran Beach is home to the Surabaya zoo which houses a family of Komodo dragons.

Muara is a town set around sandy white beaches and crystal waters and is the gateway to neighbouring Brunei. Muara beach offers beautiful surroundings and a whole host of water sporting activities. Bukit Shahbandar and Hukan Berakas forest reserves allow you to wander through stunning scenery, hikes, trails, wildlife and beautiful picnic locations.

The capital of Sabah offers a wealth of leisure activities and shopping opportunities as well as its pretty beaches. Go diving in one of Kota Kinabalu’s spectacular locations to explore coral reefs and wrecks, discover Borneo’s sea life at the aquarium, or visit the handicraft market. Try the diverse local cuisine offered at restaurants and coffee shops.

Manila is also known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’ due to its central location along the vital Pacific sea trade routes. Take a taxi ride in a customised Jeepney (former US military jeeps) to Old Manila – see Rizal Park, Manila Cathedral, Fort Santiago, or the medieval Spanish fortress, the walled city of Intramuros. Out of town attractions include ‘shooting the rapids’ at the fabulous Pagsanjan Falls or take a scenic drive past rice fields and fruit orchards up to Tagaytay Highlands, 2,250 feet above sea level.

Okinawa is a small island surrounded by stunning white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. This island offers a vast amount of history, culture and natural beauty. Visit the majestic hilltop Shuri Castle which offers beautiful architectural design and vermilion colour. Shikinaen gardens offer wooden palace buildings in the traditional Okinawa style set in spacious Japanese style landscape gardens.

Just 20 minutes from Toyko, Yokohama is a thriving metropolis with many distinct neighbourhoods to explore, including Chinatown and the historic Motomachi and Yamate districts. It has a busy arts scene of festivals and events throughout the year, and unique local food. It has breezy atmosphere with relaxing parks scattered throughout the city.

Kōbe is one of the country’s most cosmopolitan cities. In a picturesque setting on a hillside overlooking the sea, it offers great restaurants, cafés and bars. It is a centre of sake production and many of the breweries offer tours. It is also famous for its expensive delicacy, Kōbe beef.

Hiroshima is a thriving, bustling city surrounded by natural beauty. The Chugoku Mountains surrounds the city with rivers, valleys, plains and basins landscaping the area. The Peace Memorial Park and Museum recall the city's destruction. A stroll through the town reveal stalls and shops serving a variety of local cuisine. Miyajima Island, a short ferry ride away, offers one of the country's most alluring and oldest Buddhist and Shinto shrines.

The second largest city in South Korea, Busan is your gateway to a fascinating land whose culture is a unique amalgam of old and new. Modern high-rise towers dwarf ancient Buddhist temples such as Beomeosa and Tongdosa. A must see has to be the Ja-Gal-Ch'i Fish Market with is huge array of seafood, shellfish and sweet seaweed. In short, Busan is a microcosm of South Korea.

Nagasaki is beautiful city, set on a plain between the active harbour and a backdrop of stunning mountains. Nagasaki has one of Japan’s most complex histories due to the influences of the Spanish, Dutch and Portuguese; all of which can be seen around this vibrant, bustling city. The Atomic Bomb Museum gives you an insight into the devastation of the war and the strength the Nagasaki people had to have to rebuild the city. Glover Gardens is an outside museum set in at the base of the beautiful hillside and offers a day of relaxing and finding out more about the history of this amazing city.

Capital of Japan's southernmost prefecture, Kagoshima faces the Kinko-wan Bay and the Sakurajima Volcano. Visit the Iso-teien Garden laid out in 1660 by the Shimazu lord of the time or one of the city’s many museums, including the Shōkō Shuseikan, next to the Iso Garden, the City Art Museum or the Kagoshima Prefectural Museum of Culture on the site of the former Tsurumaru-jo Castle.

Okinawa is a small island surrounded by stunning white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. This island offers a vast amount of history, culture and natural beauty. Visit the majestic hilltop Shuri Castle which offers beautiful architectural design and vermilion colour. Shikinaen gardens offer wooden palace buildings in the traditional Okinawa style set in spacious Japanese style landscape gardens.

A centre of technology and transport, commerce and capital, fashion and finance; Shanghai is the biggest city in China. The Yuyuan Gardens are an island of serenity in the Old City, and the old buildings and boutiques of the Bund evoke the Shanghai of the 1920s.

The city was one of the first of the country's Special Economic Zones in the 1980s, but more importantly to the traveler, the city was also recently selected as the People's Republic second most suitable city for living. A visit to Xiamen would not be complete without setting foot on Gulangyu, the island just across the harbour which may just represent what a Chinese version of a Bohemian-like enclave can be, lots and lots of colourful portrait artists, seafood dining and the upmarket cafes and restaurant for drinks.

Diverse and delicious with an insatiable appetite, Hong Kong – also called the 'City of Life' – is bursting with energy. Visit the dynamic Stanley Market where shoppers will find an unparalleled selection of bargains and hidden treasures, Victoria Park for spectacular views of the harbour or one of the 9,000 bars, pubs and restaurants Kowloon has to offer.

Known as the "rock wonder in the sky." Halong Bay is a world Heritage Site that UNESCO describes as "spectacular seascape of limestone pillars." Halong Bay, located on Vietnam's northeast coast, is otherworldly no matter what words you choose. About 2,000 limestone islands stipple the vast bay, most of them rising hundreds of feet sheer from the sea. Words fail to capture the beauty of the place, so just take in the scenery and don’t forget your camera.

Chan May lies between the historic towns of Hue City and Hoi An. Visit the Citadel where the emperor once lived in Hue City, or wander the shops, art galleries and cafés of Hoi An as you marvel at its ancient buildings. Both offer plenty of temples, museums and galleries as well as diverse local cuisine.

The Vietnamese seaside resort of Nha Trang is now well on its way to becoming a sophisticated modern town, but you will still find plenty of old fashioned charm. The region surrounding the city is rich in history with one of their most important sacred sites – the Towers of Po Nagar, which dates from the 7th century – lying close to the city.

Located on the banks of the Saigon River, Ho Chi Minh City is a vibrant city full of contrasts. Visit the National History Museum filled with ancient ceramics, traditional costumes and relics crafted in stone and bronze. Watch a short performance of the uniquely Vietnamese spectacle – water puppetry. Ho Chi Minh City is home to many colourful pagodas, cathedrals and palaces, including one of the city's oldest, Giac Lam Pagoda, dating from 1744.

Bangkok is a vibrant, colourful city made up of golden temples, bustling river boats and floating markets selling everything you could ever want or need. This city is one of the most developed in South East Asia with roots reaching back to the 10th century. Whether you are looking for bargains in the local markets or trips to the lavish palaces, Bangkok offers a beautiful experience.

Ko Samui is the archetypal idyll, offering powder white sandy beaches, coral reefs, and coconut trees. It is Thailand's second largest island (after Phuket) and is proving to be a popular place to retire to. Places to visit include the Big Buddha, Chaweng beach, and the Na Muang waterfall.

Welcome to Singapore, where sacred Buddhist and Hindu temples sit in the shadows of sleek, futuristic architecture and the world-renowned street food offers a spectrum of flavours to tantalise every palate. Don’t forget to try the chilli crab, its national dish. It’s also home to the famous colonial-style Raffles Hotel, where the Singapore Sling cocktail was invented, as well as the spectacular Gardens By The Bay. It’s truly a city that never fails to impress.

Phuket is Thailand’s largest island and offers a huge range of tours to help you discover the region. Go trekking in Khao Sok National Park, explore Phang Nga Bay’s dazzling limestone scenery by canoe, try snorkelling, or visit Phuket’s rubber and coconut plantations.

Walk the city and you'll feel the reverberations of England, Portugal, and Holland and China. Other highlights include the European colonial architecture along Princess Street, and the murals in Mattancherry Palace. Try the local favorite, meen molagitta curry.

Mangalore lies on India’s west coast, flanked by the Arabian Sea and Western Ghat mountain ranges. The city’s landscape is characterised by rolling hills, coconut palms, freshwater streams, and red clay tiled dwellings. Sites of interest include the sixty foot high monolithic statue of Bahubali in Shravanabelagola, the Mangaladevi Hindu temple at Bolara, and the Milagres Roman Catholic Church. Further inspiration can be drawn from the imposing sunsets at Western Ghats and Tannirbhavi Beach.

Malé forms part of the Indian Ocean’s Maldive islands – the countrys commercial centre is both island and urbanized city. The main attractions are its natural surroundings of coral reefs and translucent waters. Take the Whale Submarine to different exotic locations under the sea. Snorkel and dive between islands - see huge shoals of fish, turtles, rays, giant Napoleon fish, or go shark spotting. Visit remote islands with small settlements, a world away from the resorts.

The island of Mahé is a paradise of warm white sands and clear blue waters with the peak of Morne Seychellois towering in the background. The capital of Victoria has a stunning colonial town centre, and holds a market selling fresh fish, fruit and vegetables.

Zanzibar’s beautiful white-sand beaches are surrounded by the sparkling sea. Take a spice tour and find out how to grow cinnamon, or haggle at Forodhani Gardens to get the best price for the local food. The Stone Town, crammed with mosques, bazaars, courtyards and squares is one of the most unique cities in the world.

Nosy Be is surrounded by stunning white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Known as ‘The perfumed Isle,’ you will experience the sensational smells of vanilla, saffron, cinnamon and ylang-ylang, which are grown and exported here. Bright blue lakes formed from volcanic crates adorn the landscape, while exotic birds line the palm trees and lush green forests. The waters house brightly coloured marine life making this a snorkeler’s dream location.

Pick up some seafood and spices at the colourful Municipal Market, and enjoy the excellent art galleries and museums. After all the exploring, take a well-earned break in a local café, or pick up some fresh fruit from a street vendor.

This small town on the northern coast of KwaZulu-Natal is a place of great natural beauty. The Richards Bay Park is a haven for nature-lovers, or there are beaches to relax on with calm, warm seas. For the more adventurous, the nearby game reserve, Hluhluwe–Imfolozi Park, is home to the Big Five.

Situated halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, Mossel Bay offers a variety of pro golf courses and is well-known for its excellent weather - with more than 300 days of sunshine per year you can make good use of the 2 magnificent Blue Flag status beaches.

Cape Town is home to stunning scenery, rich history and the iconic Table Mountain.

Set surrounding the beautiful natural lagoon, Walvis Bay is teaming with plentiful bird life, flamingos and pelicans, and is home to a quaint harbour filled with shops, restaurants, museums and beautiful churches.

Unspoiled scenery and exotic wildlife characterise this little-discovered gem of emerald forests, palm-fringed beaches, pristine coral reefs and tropical jungle. The island forms one of the smallest countries in Africa and is perfect for quiet days on the beach and wildlife watching.

Lomé’s large markets sell almost anything you could think of. Local street food is plentiful and varied, with many different cultural specialities on offer. Visit the museum to find out more about the local culture. The city comes alive at night and has many bars to try.

Takoradi is an energetic hub of activity where Ghanaian culture can be experienced in full swing at the lively markets, sunny beaches and delicious quay side restaurants.

Abidjan is the largest city and the chief port of the country of Côte d'Ivoire. A thoroughly modern city, there are lots of shiny skyscrapers, futuristic buildings and busy shops which contrast starkly with the city's more rustic West Africa neighbours. Enjoy the change of scenery and pace during your time here.

Banjul is a small and exotic port alive with a mix of colourful markets, quaint museums and a curious mix of architecture. Rich in history, Banjul hosts many interesting colonial buildings and museums to visit. Surrounding Banjul is beautiful with white sandy beaches and deep blue waters. Boat trips will take you up the Gambia River where you can see and explore the unspoiled Gambian wildlife and Gambian village communities.

Bustling and vibrant, Dakar boasts some of the best music venues, arts festivals and nightlife in West Africa. This busy cosmopolitan city contrasts skyscrapers with old colonial buildings and colourful street markets. There are some beautiful beaches nearby that offer a great place to go sunbathing or snorkelling.

Mindelo is uniquely situated on top of an underwater volcanic crater that's now Mindelo Bay. The bay is surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches and the clear sparkling waters make this area a divers dream. Angelfish, moray eels, and nurse sharks are some of the more commonly seen species here. Mindelo centre is complete with cobblestone streets, candy-coloured colonial buildings and vibrant local markets.

Tenerife is the largest and most popular of the Canary Islands, and home to Mount Teide, the tallest peak in Spain. Visitors can explore volcanic rock formations and tropical forest, beautiful beaches and dramatic landscape, with a diverse selection of nightlife on offer too.

This lively city is brimming with culture and is known for its amazing beaches. Visit the pristine white sands of Boa Viagem Beach and try the refreshing food and drink sold by the vendors. The city itself has many historic buildings, museums and churches to admire. Catch a production at one of the local theatres, or try one of the excellent restaurants.

A veritable oasis in the Sahara and southern Morocco’s most visited city, Agadir is a top sea resort with palm-fringed boulevards and beautiful beaches that stretch for miles. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Agadir’s walled souk and barter up a storm for some of the region’s traditional wares or visit the Agadir Kasbah; built in 1540 all that remains are its fortified walls. Live at let live in Agadir with its proud Berber culture, first class golf courses and a myriad of other facilities such as health and beauty spas that rival those in any European destination.

Lisbon is a stately city of Neoclassical buildings and wide plazas. Eternally linked to the sea, Lisbon's magnificent harbour is spanned by the longest suspension bridge in Europe. Other landmarks include the World Heritage Sites of Belém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery, both built in Lisbon's native Manueline architectural style.

Oporto is a charming historic city surrounded by narrow winding cobbled streets. Visit the historic area of Ribera, classified as a World Heritage Site for an insight into the local history by walking through ‘a living museum’ featuring architectural contrasts, traditional cafes, beautiful buildings, bars and restaurants.

La Coruna is at the site of the ancient Tower of Hercules lighthouse, which has been operating since the second-century AD. The city is known for its characteristic galerías, or glazed window balconies. The promenade, one of the longest in Europe, runs along the city’s headland and passes many of its most exciting sights.

Honfleur is a port surrounded by cobbled streets, colourful window boxes and a charming medieval maritime town. Wander the narrow streets and find yourself surrounded by galleries, craft shops, museums steeped in maritime history and an abundance of quaint shops, bars and restaurants. This port will enchant and delight all visitors.

The first port in this dockland town in Essex was built by Henry VIII, and Queen Elizabeth I famously rallied her army to face the threat of the Armada nearby. Explore the town’s naval history at Tilbury Fort on the Thames Estury. Alternatively, take a trip to visit the beautiful ruins of Hadleigh Castle nearby, overlooking the Essex marshes.

Amsterdam is colloquially known as the Venice of the North. Its lovely canals have more than 1,500 bridges that criss-cross the city and are surrounded by some impressive architecture. Take a leisurely stroll along the canals and follow the smell of the flowers to the Bloemenmarket. Visit the Albert Cuypstraat market or the diamond factories at Gassan Diamonds and Coster Diamonds. Other highlights include the Van Gogh Museum and Delft, famous for its pottery.

The oldest city in Ireland enjoys some of its best weather. Waterford is famous for its crystal-ware and its medieval history, and like many medieval cities, it has grown to incorporate other villages around, which all have their distinctive identities. Discover the city’s heritage on one of the walking tours. One thing Waterford is not short of is pubs.

Dublin offers a rich history, vibrant cultural scene, beautiful architecture and stunning scenery. Spend a day at the city’s large shopping districts, explore the variety of museums, or relax at one of the many thriving pubs and restaurants. Travel a short distance out of the city to enjoy the tranquillity of its mountains, lakes and valleys.

Belfast was an Industrial giant in the 19th Century, famed for its linen and its shipyards which of course produced the fateful Titanic. When exploring this exuberant city you can see the vividly painted murals on the houses or take in the majestically Giants Causeway, Northern Irelands most popular tourist attraction.

With icons from popular culture at every turn, from the Statue of Liberty and the neon lights of Broadway to Fifth Avenue's Museum Mile and Central Park's walkways, New York is the perfect destination to enjoy an activity-packed break. See where millions first stepped ashore at Ellis Island, visit the Empire State Building and Times Square or just enjoy a cream cheese bagel in Central Park.

Life on board Oceania Insignia


Insignia’s distinctive personality radiates warmth and character. The finest furnishings adorn this beautiful cruise ship, making her perfect for a cruise holiday bathed in luxury. Dine in restaurants resplendent with rich fabrics, Villeroy & Boch china and the finest silver and crystal. Indulge in the bliss of the Canyon Ranch Spa and its treatments including body wraps and skincare treatments, sip cocktails in the elegant bars and lounges, attend a live classical concert under the stars by one of the finest orchestras at sea, or join the sommelier for a wine tasting session.


From The Bistro for French cuisine to Toscana for Italian and Polo Grill for steak, dining on Insignia is outstanding. Daily afternoon tea served at Horizons is also not to be missed.


Enjoy a deeply relaxing massage at Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center or take in an engaging guest lecture, culinary demonstration or wine tasting. There are also two whirlpools and a large pool, shuffleboard and a nine-hole mini-golf course.


Take in a musical performance in the lounge, dance until late at Horizons or enjoy cocktails and light entertainment, such as a pianist, vocalist or string quartet, at one of the five venues on board.

Ship Facts

Entered Service: 1998

Tonnage: 30,277

Number of Decks: 9

Passenger Capacity: 684

Total Crew: 386

Number of Cabins: 342

Wheelchair Accessible Cabins: Yes

Number of Pools: 1

Number of Restaurants: 4

Kids Club: No

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