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Oceania Cruises’ Insignia sailed out of drydock this week after completing major renovations.

The ship’s makeover is part of the line’s $50 million fleet upgrade.

Her transformation included changes in the Owner’s and Vista Suites. They received new marble bathroom design and the Penthouse Suites received new furnishings and décor to reflect the sea, sun and sky.

The main casual dining restaurant onboard, Terrace Café, received new furnishings and flooring and there’s also a pièce de résistance for made-to-order dishes including steaks, chops and lobster tail.


Coffee bar, Baristas make her debut on the ship. Image: Oceania Cruises

The coffee bar, Baristas makes her debut on the ship. The casual area is located on deck five and features lounge chairs and sofas.

Meanwhile, on the Sports Deck, there is now a new miniature golf course and shuffleboard courts and the main pool area has received new sun beds.

All of the ship’s main lounges have also been refurbished. Horizons bar features a new color palette of soothing sea blues, cocoa brown and mint and new sofa, chairs and table furnishings.

The Insignia Lounge received new carpeting and chairs.

Oceania Cruises’ Nautica and Regatta are next in line to debut their makeover, with Nautica sailing out on 16 May and Regatta on 7 June.


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