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Vision of the Seas

A vision to behold ...

Royal Caribbean's 78,491-ton Vision of the Seas arrived in April 1998, and was the last of the six Vision Class superliners launched over three years.

Vision of the SeasFacilities on this state-of-the-art cruise ship include

  • 1,000 cabins with 593 offering ocean-views (229 of which feature private balconies)
  • Extensive use of glass within her design to including: floor-to-ceiling windows in many public areas, 360 degree views from the Viking Crown Lounge and an indoor/outdoor pool area with a glass retractable sliding roof
  • Full service Solarium, spa and fitness centre over two levels
  • Art collection including paintings, sculptures and textiles from a variety of artists from around the world
  • Vision of the Seas has beautiful onboard facilities too, and the Masquerade Theatre, which features nightly entertainment like contemporary musical stage productions.

    Vital statistics

    Operated by Royal Caribbean International
    Built at Chantiers de l’Atlantique, France
    Entered service: May 2, 1998
    Refurbished: 2000
    Cost: $275 million
    Registered: The Bahamas
    Gross tonnage: 78,491-tons
    Passengers: 2,435
    Passenger decks: 11
    Lifts: 9
    Crew: 723
    Cabins: 1,000 including

    Length: 915ft
    Width: 106ft
    Draught: 25ft
    Engines: diesel-electric
    Speed: 22 knots

    Facilities

    One glass-walled main dining room (two sittings), alternative dining options, themed bars and lounges, casino, library, solarium with a sliding roof and indoor/outdoor pool, six hot tubs, day spa and fitness centre, rock climbing wall, conference centre, Adventure OceanĀ® youth facilities, children’s facilities.

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