Royal Caribbean’s cruise ship Vision of the Seas belongs to her namesake Vision Class and is designed to bring a smile to everyone onboard. With decks packed from stern to bow with state-of-the-art onboard features, a cruise onboard Vision of the Seas can be a fun-filled holiday, a laid back retreat or a totally unique adventure. What's more, thousands of windows showcase the world's most memorable coastlines and ports so whether you're cruising the Inside Passage or docked in Dubai, you'll never lose sight of the reason you came aboard.
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Delicious dining awaits all who step aboard Vision of the Seas with a vast array of dining venues and world class cuisine to choose from. Sumptuous steaks, fresh sushi, Italian masterpieces and much more can be enjoyed onboard Vision of the Seas. From quick bites to culinary delights, there is something for everyone at every mealtime. An extra special dining experience can be enjoyed at the Chef’s Table, with five expertly prepared dishes and wine pairings for no more than 16 diners at a time. Other dining options include:
Extraordinary evenings are a given onboard Vision of the Seas and with so much to see and do, entertainment on this amazing ship is endless. Floor to ceiling fascination happens at Centrum, with spectacular aerial acrobatics and live performances. The night comes to life onboard with pumping beats from the nightclub and Vegas style excitement in Casino Royale. For something a little more casual, lie back and enjoy an outdoor movie at the pool deck big screen.
The onboard Theatre brings West End style productions and international performers to the high seas with a combination of dazzling lights, costumes and music.
However, if you’d prefer to spend your evening with a drink in hand, there are plenty of spots made for just this:
Nothing says cruise holiday more than making the most of all the exciting activities onboard the ship and Vision of the Seas has everything you need to make time spent on the ship just as memorable as the destinations you visit.
Vision of the Seas boasts a blissful two deck Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness Centre for guests to relax, unwind or work on their wellness. Spa treatments including massages and facials, beauty services and treatments, while advice on wellness can be received through fitness demonstrations, talks and programmes from the spa and fitness centre professionals. In addition, the adult-only Solarium provides a calming and welcome escape for anyone wanting to sit back and relax.
excellent ship, superb facilities, food and bars first class. there was something to do for everyone on board. our only criticism is that we did "not get" the humour of the headline comedian, probably because we are british and he was American the ports of call were excellent. all staff on board were very professional , courteous and helpful, especially Pawan," our local football correspondent" in the Windjammer !
Cannot praise this cruise enough, the ship was perfect for us, friendly, lively never a dull moment felt completely at home from day one. Our balcony cabin was a lovely size and well kept by the state room attendant. Towels change everyday, bedding was changed regular, the fridge was a bonus, and for a woman the dressing table was great plenty of lights. We had my time dinning which was perfect for us, with two enthusiastic waiters Ramdas and Estralla that kept us informed on entertainment, food available and they were very friendly everyday of the cruise. The theatre was great something different every night, and then there was the centrum that did not disappoint either, always lively and fun.The captain Micheal kept us informed everyday at 12 noon what was happening. Plenty of sun beds which for me being 7 days at sea was great. All I can say is very well done Vision Of The Seas, you have restored my faith in cruising after a disastrous cruise with another top company. From now on it's Royal Caribbean from now on, this was our 8th cruise with them and my hubby and I find them the very best .
This was our second cruise of the year with RC and will probably be our last. We are diamond plus members of RC loyalty club and long time cruisers and it is clearly obvious that RC are out to cut costs dramatically. It was evident on our earlier cruise on the Independence of Seas but even more so on this cruise. We always have a suite and on this ship we had the Owners suite. The suite and our steward and the concierge were great but that was where it ended. The quality of the food and service in the Main restaurant was appalling, so much so, it resulted in our eating at the speciality restaurants for the remainder of the cruise. Not a bad ploy for RC revenue I suppose. Where have all the interesting food choices and entertaining waiters gone? We were confronted with uninteresting options provided by sullen, badly trained, incomprehensible waiting staff. My wife was even given a lecture by a waiter because she complained her cabernet sauvignon was cold. The standard of the whole offering on board has dropped dramatically from the poor quality of the entertainment on offer to the vastly overpriced drinks(particularly when 18% gratuity is added). Royal Caribbean are obviously on a money grabbing drive. However they are likely to lose a lot of loyal cruisers in the process.
1st time cruisers and loved every minute of it! The captain and his crew are very friendly The entertainment director does a fantastic job, I don't know where she gets the energy. After being home less than 24 hours, we have booked another cruise on the same ship but heading to Dubai. I cannot fault anything with the ship, the worst part was Venice airport coming and going. Next time hopefully airport will be finished