Royal Caribbean’s Vision of the Seas launched in 1998, at which time it represented the most innovative point in Royal Caribbean’s history – after it came Legend, Enchantment, Grandeur, Rhapsody and Splendour of the Seas.  It was ground-breaking in that it offered a mid-size range ship, but with big-ship touches – a feature that guests still appreciate today.

Vision of the Seas belongs to Royal Carribean International’s Vision class of cruise ships, so named because they go beyond borders and know no limits.

Features

But what makes Vision of the Seas exceptional and enduringly appealing is the design strategy which uses glass walls in public areas to bring the views of the outside in.  An astounding two acres of glass was used in the ship’s construction to make the sun, sea and sky part of the ship’s interior as much as possible.  The ability to witness panoramic views of your cruise whether you are outside or in is part of the unforgettable experience of cruising on Vision of the Seas

Features on Vision of the Seas include the signature rock climbing wall, outdoor pool and six whirlpools. For those into shopping, the Centrum, an open atrium will be shopper’s paradise.

Destinations

The ship visits hundred of destinations. From Alaska to Canada, Europe and Mexico, Hawaii, the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, Bermuda and the Bahamas this Royal Caribbean cruise ship will take guests wherever they dream of going.

[shipname]
Ocean Cruise
Passenger capacity: 2435
Passenger Decks: 10
Total Cabins:
Cabins (Balcony):
Cabins (Outside):
Cabins (Inside):
Draught: 7.60m
Gross Tonnage: 78491
Restaurants: 2
Bars: 2
Swimming Pools: 2
Spa: Yes
Gym: Yes
Casino: Yes
Exclusively For Adults: No


[allships]