Oceania Cruises has revealed the accommodations aboard its new ship Vista, which will be delivered to the cruise line in 2023.
The staterooms and suites aboard Vista will be some of the largest in the fleet, offering Veranda Staterooms, Penthouse Suites, Oceania Suites and Vista Suites.
Oceania Cruises has introduced a new category of Concierge Level Veranda Staterooms and dedicated cabins for solo travellers aboard Vista, while across all staterooms it has set new standards for comfort and residential-style luxury.
The ship will feature all-veranda accommodations, while the ensuites will have oversized rainforest showers
Bathed in soothing tones and detailed with multiple layers of luxurious furnishings, accents, and artwork, each stateroom and suite is intended to be a welcoming home away from home.
The new Concierge Level Veranda Staterooms envelope guests in lavish comfort and feature a wealth of additional amenities, such as a dedicated Concierge Lounge, room service from The Grand Dining Room, and free laundry services.
Solo travellers get a new category of stateroom designed exclusively for them, with separate sitting and sleeping areas, a private veranda and an array of amenities such as free laundry service and key card access to the exclusive Concierge Lounge.
The Vista Penthouse Suite is 440 square feet, and features a number of additional amenities, such as a walk-in closet, an oversized bath with dual vanities, a dedicated Butler and key card access to the suites-only Executive Lounge with a dedicated Concierge.
The Vista Oceania Suites are situated at the top of the ship and are 1,000 to 1,200 square feet, with living room, bedroom with king sized bed, a study of guest bedroom and guest bathroom.
Vista Oceania Suites also offer a dedicated Butler and key card access to the suites-only Executive Lounge.
There are just eight Vista Suites, and each is 1,450 to 1,850 square feet and feature living room, dining room, bar area, master bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and a huge ensuite bathroom.
These suites also come with 24-hour Butler service and access to the suites-only Executive Lounge.
Details of Vista’s Owner’s Suites will be revealed at a later date, according to the cruise line. The new ship for Oceania Cruises is the first of two all-new Allura-class cruise ships being built in Italy by Fincantieri.
At 67,000-gross-tons, the luxury vessels will be the largest ever built for the line, and the sixth and seventh ships to join the fleet.
Vista will set sail in 2023, while her unnamed her sister ship will debut in 2025. Vista’s inaugural season itineraries will open for viewing on September 9th, 2021 and will go on sale the following week, on September 15th, 2021.