A glamorous pool deck with cabanas, a spa with an expansive terrace lounge and pool, reimagined Martinis bar and Grand Lounge with intimate alcoves are other features of this 1,200-passenger vessel served by 800 crew.
Vista is set to debut in 2023 with a sister to follow in 2025. Both are coming from Fincantieri's Sestri Ponente.
In designing the 67,000gt Vista, Oceania Cruises sought to present a 'sense of familiarity imbued with unique elements and fresh perspectives,' President & CEO Bob Binder said.
The ship offers a wide variety of social, recreational and wellness venues with a mixture of grand and cozy spaces across six of the 11 passenger decks.
Iconic Grand Staircase
An iconic element of the brand, The Grand Staircase is where every Oceania journey begins. A sleek staircase curves around a floor-to-ceiling lighted crystal sculpture.
The reimagined Martinis bar nestles gathering spaces among walls of shimmering glass, and custom sculptural lighting casts a warm glow over the bar.
The Grand Lounge
Evoking a private club, The Grand Lounge features seating alcoves enhanced by a gold-infused color palette, sculptural lighting and elegant lines.
Another signature space, Horizons, offers dramatic, 180-degree views through floor-to-ceiling windows. This is the setting for afternoon tea, musical performances and late-night dancing.
Golden grandeur and art nouveau-inspired touches characterize Vista’s elegantly evolved Casino, which also provides a refined space for cocktails.
Pool Deck and spa terrace
The Pool Deck has modern beach-club cabanas and a variety of textures and soothing natural tones to create a relaxing oasis.
Vista's Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center offers tranquil treatment areas, workout and personal training spaces, a spacious new salon and barbershop. The spa terrace has a pool and sweeping sea views.
The ship's culinary experiences and residentially inspired suites and staterooms will be revealed in the coming weeks.
Inaugural voyages will open for sale in September.