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Get a feel of the Vision of the Seas cruise

Royal Caribbean launched the Vision of the Seas in 1998 and it was last in the league of ships then that were a representation of the most pioneering and original designs and features. The ships in line before the Vision of the Seas that created a stir were the Splendour, Grandeur, and Rhapsody. Each of these ships gave the comfort and perks of big ships in a medium-size range.

One of the features of Vision of the Seas which is common for all Royal Caribbean ships is the seven deck high atrium called the Centrum in this case. Other features of the ship includes the Rock climbing wall, circular Viking Crown lounge, and a solarium with sliding glass roof, whirlpool, indoor pool, and café bar.

The most attractive feature of the Vision of the Seas is the glass walls in common areas that reflected the outside view within the ship giving it a charismatic look. The enormous windows, glass roofs, and transparent lifts gives Vision of the Seas an appearance of a glass castle floating on the sea and absorbing the beauty of the surrounding.

Passengers: Vision of the Seas attracts passengers from all ages, but families are more inclined to choose the newer ships in this line that provides larger family activities.

Dress Code: You can stroll in your casual wear all through the day but the evenings call for smarter outfits.

Cabins: Vision of the Seas offers 17 types of accommodations starting from three to four berths family cabins to twin insides, sea-view outsides, suites, and staterooms with balconies. A standard cabin will have a telephone, TV, Shower/bath room, hairdryer, and a safe. The up-scale cabins will also have bathtubs and minibars.

Vision of the Seas' onboard activities

Dining: The two-tier dining room, Aquarius has an elegant setting where dinner is served between 6 pm and 8:30 pm. You also have the option of going for the RCI's "My Time Dining," where you can have it anytime between 6 and 9:30. The menu always includes some fundamental meals like the well-cooked and readily available chicken and steak and includes some creative dishes like the cold berry soup and the Alaskan Scrod Tempura. For buffet you can go to the Windjammer Café where foods are separated into islands to tackle the problem of queuing. Bagels, hot toast, and muffins will grace your platter at breakfast. And if you are looking for pizza, burgers, and hot dogs, you can drop in at the Solarium café that serves food until late evening.

Entertainment: On evenings you can enjoy the shows performed by singers, comedians, impressionists, and magicians apart from the production shows. In the Viking Crown and Some Enchanted Evening lounges, you can dance to the taped or live music. You can also enjoy the piano and classical music on the Champagne Terrace and Centrum.

During the day you can participate in quizzes, play pool or deck games, treasure hunts or attend port lectures and beauty demonstrations.

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