Spotted: Insignia Cruising into Prince Christian Sound Fjord

Image Courtesy: Oceania Cruises/Captain Dimitrios Flokos

In today’s spotted we bring you Oceania Cruises’ luxury ship Insignia visiting Prince Christian Sound fjord in Southern Greenland. 

The 1998-built Insignia is one of the company’s six cruise ships.

Together with its R-Class sister ships, the 2,700 dwt Insignia underwent a major refurbishment in 2014.

With its gross tonnage of 30,277 tons, this cruise ship features a length of 181 meters and a width of 25.73 meters.

Insignia can accommodate 684 passengers and 400 staff.

According to the ship’s AIS data from MarineTraffic, Insignia is currently moored in Tallinn.

Insignia 2

Image Courtesy: Oceania Cruises/Captain Dimitrios Flokos

 

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