Oceania Cruises has released new details on the first of two new 1,200-passenger Allura-class ships, Vista.
Vista will be 67,000 gross tons and hold 1,200 passengers. It’s set to debut in 2023, followed by a second Allura-class vessel in 2025. Purposely designed to deliver Oceania’s small-ship luxury experience, the vessel will feature a wide variety of social, recreation, and wellness spaces across six of the 11 guest decks.
“Our guests have a passion for new experiences and destinations while also loving to travel to familiar places and seeing them from new directions. That drove every aspect of designing Vista, to present a sense of familiarity imbued with unique elements and fresh perspectives,” said Bob Binder, President & CEO of Oceania Cruises.
Here are some public spaces that passengers can look forward to aboard Vista:
The Grand Staircase
An iconic element of an Oceania ship, The Grand Staircase will feature sleep curves and elegant details. A glistening floor-to-ceiling pillar of crystal and light sets the tone for the entire ship.
The line’s reimagined Martinis bar is a true destination on the ship. Gathering spaces are nestled among walls of shimmering glass, and custom sculptural lighting casts a warm glow over the heart of the bar.
The Grand Lounge
Evoking the feeling of a private club, The Grand Lounge features sleek alcoves enhanced by a gold-infused color palette, sculptural lighting, and elegant lines. The Grand Lounge is the perfect place for a pre-dinner cocktail or a nightcap with fellow travelers.
The Casino + Casino Bar
The Casino and Casino Bar aboard Vista will be an evolution of previous Oceania bars, featuring golden finishes and art nouveau-inspired touches.
Dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows with 180 degree views draw guests into Horizons, where they can enjoy Afternoon Tea, take in a musical performance, or just sit and watch the ocean roll by.
Mirroring the beauty of the surrounding sea, the Pool Deck has been inspired by a modern beach club cabana. It features a variety of textures and soothing natural tones that combine to create the perfect onboard escape.
Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center
The Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center offers a host of treatment areas, state-of-the-art workout and personal training spaces, a spacious new salon and barbershop, and a spa terrace with sweeping sea views.
Details on Vista‘s dining and staterooms will be revealed in the coming weeks. Inaugural voyages open for sale in September.
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