Oceania Cruises introduces signature spaces on Oceania Vista

   May 23, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Oceania Cruises introduced the signature bars, lounges, and wellness facilities of Oceania Vista, the first of a couple of new 1,200-passenger Allura Class cruise ships that are being built by Fincantieri Italy.

The 67,000 GT, 1200-passenger luxury ship, the 7th for the line, is scheduled to set sail in 2023. A second Allura Class vessel is scheduled to debut in 2025.

Purposely designed to deliver the hallmark small-ship luxury experience of the brand, Vista boasts a wide variety of recreation, wellness, and social spaces oriented across 6 of the ship’s 11 passenger decks. A mixture of both cozy and grand spaces presents passengers with a room for every purpose.

Oceania Vista cruise ship

An iconic element of the brand, The Grand Staircase is where new Oceania journeys begin. Elegant details and sleek curves define "the grandest of beginnings." A floor-to-ceiling pillar of crystal and light is setting the tone for the guest experience.

The reimagined Martinis bar features convivial gathering spaces that are nestled among walls of glass. Custom sculptural lighting casts a glow over the heart of the bar. Glamour and sophistication serve as a backdrop for the evenings.

The Grand Lounge is evoking the feeling of a private club and features alcoves enhanced by elegant lines, a gold-infused color palette, and sculptural lighting. It is a relaxing yet stylish lounge that invites vacationers to unwind before dinner or enjoy a nightcap.

Vista’s elegantly evolved Casino boasts layers of luxury coming to life via art nouveau-inspired touches and golden grandeur. The enclave is designed for those drawn to games of skill and chance as well as those seeking a refined spot to enjoy a cocktail.

The floor-to-ceiling windows and silhouettes in Horizons celebrate the voyage. Passengers will be awed by 180-degree views whether they are enjoying a live musical performance, sharing travel stories over Afternoon Tea, or taking in sights along the way.

The Pool Deck creates the best onboard escape. Passengers may revel in the modern beach-club cabana, gather with friends poolside, or go for a refreshing swim. The various textures and natural tones come together to reconnect with nature.

The Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center provides a host of treatment areas, workout and personal training spaces along with a new salon and barbershop. The spa terrace with sea views confirms that rejuvenation guided all aspects of the first purpose-built holistic wellness center.

Vista’s culinary experiences and residentially inspired suites and staterooms are to be revealed in the coming weeks, with her inaugural cruises opening for sale in September.

Currently under construction by Fincantieri SpA, Oceania Vista will sail her first commercial cruise in early 2023. With GT tonnage ~67,000, the ship will accommodate 1200 passengers served by 800 crew-staff, providing industry-leading space and staff-to-passenger ratios. A still unnamed sistership (Oceania Allura design) is scheduled to debut in 2025.