Oceania Insignia deck plans

Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities

Oceania Insignia deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Oceania Cruises deckplan pdf (printable version).

Each of the Oceania Insignia cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Oceania Insignia staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.

ms Insignia (built 1998 as “R One”, last refurbished in 2016) is the first (and currently the oldest) among the R-class Oceania ships – together with ms Nautica (R Five), ms Regatta (R Two) and ms Sirena (R Four). In other lines’ fleets, Insignia ship is sister to Pacific Princess (R Three), Azamara Journey (R Six), Azamara Quest (R Seven) and Azamara Pursuit (R Eight).

The Insignia cruise ship’s service history started in 1998 when she was launched and operated by the line Renaissance Cruises until 2003 under the name “R One”. Renamed “ms Insignia”, she sailed for the Oceania Cruises from 2004 to 2012, when she was leased for 2 years to the Hapag-Lloyd cruise line. The ship was operated by HP in the period 2012-2014 under the name “ms Columbus 2”.

MS Insignia cruise ship deck plan has a total of 349 staterooms for 698 passengers (max capacity is 803 guests), served by 400 crew/staff. The ship has 9 passenger decks, 4 restaurants, 11 lounges and bars, 1 pool, 3 jacuzzies (1 Spa), 4 elevators, no self-service laundry facilities (laundromats).

Oceania Cruises Insignia is an “affordable luxury” cruise vessel. She features decks and cabin verandas with finest quality teak and custom made stone and tiles. Among the Insignia ship’s best amenities are the new quality china (by Villeroy&Boch), silver flatware (by Christofle) and crystal (by Riedel), and also an impressive contemporary and traditional artworks collection on display throughout the ship.

Oceania Insignia deck plan changes 2016 refurbishment review

The list of deck plan changes after the 2014 drydock refurbishment in Marseille France (done between April 24-May 8) includes:

  • New passenger cabin decors, with new furnishings and luxury fabrics
  • New bathrooms in all cabins with an over-sized shower, new Owner and Vista suite vanities (made of onyx and granite).
  • Penthouse Suites were remodeled to be exactly like on the Marina and Riviera ships.
  • The “Horizons” lounge (deck 10) has new colors and furnishings.
  • All lounges were renovated with new carpeting, chairs, fabrics, upholstery.
  • “Martinis” (deck 5) and the Lido/Pool area (deck 9) received new furnishings.
  • The Insignia’s Spa complex now has new steam rooms and locker rooms decorated with new mosaics and custom-made tiles.
  • On deck 9 the Terrace Cafe was redecorated, and there is a new Grill similar the Marina-Riviera’s)
  • The Grand Bar area (deck 5) now has Baristas coffee makers
  • There are new deck games (deck 11) including Shuffleboard and 9-hole Mini-Golf putting green.
  • The Oceania ships refurbishment 2014 project for the line’s three older vessels (Insignia, together with Nautica and Regatta) cost USD 50 million.

Deck layouts

  • Deck 03

    Oceania Insignia Deck 03
  • Deck 04

    Oceania Insignia Deck 04
  • Deck 05

    Oceania Insignia Deck 05
  • Deck 06

    Oceania Insignia Deck 06
  • Deck 07

    Oceania Insignia Deck 07
  • Deck 08

    Oceania Insignia Deck 08
  • Deck 09

    Oceania Insignia Deck 09
  • Deck 10

    Oceania Insignia Deck 10
  • Deck 11

    Oceania Insignia Deck 11

Oceania Insignia deck plans are property of Oceania Cruises. All deck layouts are for informational purposes only and CruiseMapper is not responsible for their accuracy.