Vision of the Seas

Ship statistics

Entered service
01/01/1998
Tonnage
78500
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins
14
Number of Decks
11
Number of Elevators
9
Number of Pools
2
Number of Restaurants
5
Formal Nights
Kids Club
Maximum Capacity
2000 (2435)
Number of Crew
765
Refurbished
01/10/2013
Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean

Vision of the Seas

Although Vision of the Seas is one of the smaller ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet, do not be fooled by her size. She boasts many of the most innovative features at sea and is home to an array of exciting venues.

Launched in 1998, with a major revitalisation in 2011, she is a true beauty from bow to stern. Her exterior was designed with glass walls allowing the views from outside to ripple through to her interior. More than two acres of glass was used in the ship’s construction to ensure people could get the feeling of being at sea even when inside the ship. Many industry professionals have said she is one of the best ships afloat for viewing the passing scenery.

With something for everyone to enjoy onboard you will never find yourself with nothing to do, unless of course, doing nothing is all you want to do. Home to many Royal Caribbean favourites such as the rock climbing wall, the signature Viking Crown lounge, large spa area and a solarium with sliding glass roof there is ample choice.

For those who like adventure and new experiences, Vision of the Seas is a great ship for you, she has a range of fun activities onboard such as rock climbing, fitness centre, a sports court and a team of cruise staff hosting activities, tournaments and games throughout the cruise.

If getting away to relax is more your thing, be rest assured that Vision of the Seas is your perfect getaway. With a choice of elegant lounges to sit back and watch the outside world pass by, you can always find the perfect place to park yourself with a book or just simply put your feet up. The large onboard spa can offer you a range of calming treatments and the adult-only solarium area allows you to escape to a land of pure tranquillity.

A great ship for children, she will provide hours of fun and smiles for the little ones. The award winning Adventure Ocean Club will host a variety of games, activities and events for children’s and teens.

Rooms on Vision of the Seas

Travelling to such impressive destinations and with so much to do onboard, it is good to know you have somewhere relaxing to come back to. With comfort in mind, all staterooms onboard Vision of the Seas are designed to a very high standard.

There are four main categories of room onboard; interior, outside, balcony and suite. For the ultimate in luxury accommodation, take a look at the suites that come with a concierge, priority seating in the theatre, priority boarding, a special breakfast and more.

Vision of the Seas is home to an array of exquisite dining, with an extensive selection of restaurants offering something for everyone.

The onboard dining programme was a major part of her recent revitalisation and a whole range of new venues were introduce. New dining venues onboard include Giovanni’s Table, offering the best in Italian cuisine and Chef’s Table, an intimate restaurant where you dine with the chef.

For the traditional cruise style dining the Aquarius Dining Room is a finely designed three-tier restaurant that presents a new delicious menu every night, along with exceptional service and surroundings.

The Windjammer buffet restaurant is home to a large assortment of foods. Set out on self-service islands, you feast on everything from Asian food, to salad bars, British favourites and more.

Royal Caribbean is famous for having some of the best entertainment at sea and Vision of the Seas is a perfect ship for showcasing this. With everything from Broadway shows, live music venues and guest entertainers, there will always be something going on for you to enjoy.

Home to a range of bars, lounges and evening venues, Vision of the Seas is the perfect place for fun-filled evenings or those chilled out times socialising with friends. The Schooner Bar is always a popular venue for an exciting drinks menu and live piano music. Royal Caribbean’s signature Viking Crown Lounge sits proudly on top of the ship and allows you to enjoy a drink with panoramic views. If going to watch a show is more your thing then the ship’s main theatre showcases everything from Broadway shows, musicals, game-shows and comedians.

After her revitalisation Vision of the Seas gained the aerial entertainment experience which sees the atrium area come alive with aerial performers hanging down from the centre of the ship showcasing a spectacle of twirls, spins and tricks.