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Highlights and overnight stays
Inaugural season highlights include the Spanish, French and Italian rivieras, the Greek Isles, Turkey, Israel, the Canary Islands; the wine regions of Spain, Portugal and France; the British Isles and Ireland, Canada, colonial America and the Panama Canal.
Overnight stays are planned at Lisbon, Venice, Istanbul, Haifa, Bordeaux, Montréal and New York City.
Off-the-beaten-path treasures include Port-Vendres, Bodrum, Kavala/Philippi, Bozcaada, Chania, Izmir, Salerno, Kirkwall, Stornoway, Killybegs, Saint-Pierre, Shelburne, Martha’s Vineyard and Corinto.
Vista's maiden voyage sails from Civitavecchia (Rome) to Barcelona on April 14, 2023. The 12-day cruise calls at Sorrento, Messina, Valletta, Livorno, Monte Carlo, Toulon, Port-Vendres, Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza and Valencia.
Following that is a 10-day Barcelona to Lisbon (overnight) trip, a 14-day Lisbon to Venice (overnight) journey and a 12-day Venice to Piraeus cruise that includes an overnight at Istanbul. The subsequent sailing from Piraeus, 10 days, ends with an Istanbul overnight.
From there, the June 11 cruise starts with an Istanbul overnight and sails to Civitavecchia in 14 days with calls in the Greek Isles, at Cyprus, Israel (overnight in Haifa) and Italy.
Four 10-day cruises follow, Civitavecchia to Piraeus, Piraeus to Venice, Venice to Civitavecchia and Civitavecchia to Barcelona.
To the British Isles
On Aug. 4, Vista departs Barcelona for London in a 14-day trip that includes ports in Morocco, Spain, Portugal and France, with overnights at Lisbon and Bordeaux. The following 12-day cruise, round-trip London, visits the British Isles and Ireland.
Canada, the US, Caribbean, Central America, Mexico
Then, on Aug. 30, Vista departs London for an 18-day crossing to New York that stops in France, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Canada, Saint-Pierre, Bar Harbor, Boston and Newport.
An 11-day cruise from New York to Montréal (overnight) follows, before Vista repositions to Miami in a 15-day voyage that starts with an overnight at Montréal and visits Québec City, Saguenay, Sydney, Shelburne, Bar Harbor, Portland, Martha’s Vineyard, New York (overnight) and Charleston.
From Miami, the ship heads to the Caribbean and transits the Panama Canal before visiting ports in Cental America and Mexico en route to Los Angeles. This 16-day trip is then reversed, with Vista sailing from Los Angeles on Nov. 3 back to Miami.