Although not as large as some of the mega ships in the Royal Caribbean Int. fleet, the 915-ft. Vision of the Seas is still bursting with amenities and facilities to entertain all ages. With 2,050 passengers and a crew of 742, the Vision-class vessel offers a more intimate version of the company's famously extravagant cruise experience.
Vision of the Seas sails to beautiful destinations, including in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. The 12-night Mediterranean Greek Isles voyage takes in the celebrity favorite of Cannes, France, docks at the party island of Mykonos, Greece and stops in Santorini for wine tastings and sea kayaking. It also visits the fortress city of Valletta, Malta, where guests can tour the famous blue grotto.
Vision of the Seas was launched in 1998, but in a 2013 dry dock it was heavily refurbished. Its 993 staterooms were modernized, and they include flat screen LED TVs, safes, and hairdryers. There are 13 categories of cabin, including options for families. Suites include bathtubs and minibars. All suites come with an iPad that can be used to reserve activities or surf the web.
Vision of the Seas has a casino, several bars, and a poolside screen showing movies and sporting events. The adults-only Solarium has a private pool for those who want to escape the crowds, and the spa and fitness center are well-equipped. Youngsters will be kept busy in the Adventure Ocean center, which has activities for kids and teens, making a cruise on Vision of the Seas great for all ages.