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Vision Of The Seas, Royal Caribbean


Entered Service:
May, 1998
Length (ft/m):
Beam (ft/m):
11 (guests)
Number of Passengers:
Number of Crew:
Number of Swimming Pools:
78,340 Gross Tonnage


Ship Amenities

This modern ship offers all the amenities that one would expect from Royal Caribbean, including a well-tended outdoor pool area. The main pool includes a movie screen for outdoor cinema viewings, and there’s also splash pools for children as well as a Solarium pool with retractable dome. If you get lost wandering around the Vision of the Seas, handy Wayfinder direction screens can help you find your way. The Centrum serves as the social heart of the ship, featuring customer service desks, an art gallery, and coffee shop along with souvenir and duty-free shops, bars and eateries. Artwork is positioned throughout the ship, including wooden sculptures and aerial installations to admire.

Cabin Amenities

Cabins vary according to price and location, so you can tailor your accommodation selection to best suit your party size and budget. All include flat-screen televisions and infotainment systems to keep you occupied during your downtime. Private bathrooms include showers, and there’s also a vanity unit with hairdryer in the room for added convenience. Suites feature additional space, with sleeping areas curtained off from separate sitting rooms. Many include outside balconies to soak up the sunshine, fresh air and sea views.

Dining Options

Vision of the Seas offers a range of dining options, from light bites to gourmet multi-course meals in its complimentary and specialty restaurants. The Aquarius Dining Room is the main venue to visit at mealtimes, with smart American classics and an elegant setting. Windjammer Café is the ship’s buffet restaurant, open throughout the day to ensure there’s always something to snack on. Specialty restaurants include the rustic Italian fare at Giovanni’s Table, and the upscale steakhouse cuisine at Chops Grille. You can visit Izumi for a fun night of sushi and hot-rocks cooking, or indulge in a one-of-a-kind multicourse wine pairing dinner at Chef’s Table.


Say goodbye to boredom with the lively, colourful array of entertainment on hand at Vision of the Seas. The ship’s show lounge opens its doors each evening for fancy cabaret performances and exciting production shows. Some Enchanted Evening Lounge is the secondary theatre, offering cabaret and comedy acts in a more intimate setting. You’ll also find live music here to encourage you to take a spin around the dance floor! Apart from the main show lounges, venture to the ship’s selection of bars and pubs, most of which give way to live music in the evenings from jazz to classical.

Sports and Wellness

Treat yourself to a day of tranquillity and relaxation at the Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness Centre. It boasts a Solarium with a retractable glass domed roof, ensuring the pool can easily be converted from outdoor to indoor for swimming in all seasons. Outfitted with stylish Inca and Mayan themed décor, the spa offers a full menu of wellness treatments including massages, body wraps, facials and more. You can also opt to get your hair done in the salon to look and feel your best. Fitness takes a top priority on board this ship as well, with a rock-climbing wall, fully stocked gym and jogging track.


Amazing cruise


Ward, Norwich, 27th August 2019

The cruise was amazing. The staff were brilliant and work so hard. Entertainment was good for all ages. Even got to see dolphins on the sea day. Food was delicious. There so much to do.

Great cruise


Bray, Eastbourne, 10th June 2019

Embarking was well organised we boarded early 12.30. Pool bar attendants were amazing never waited more than a few minutes. Took time to get to know you.

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