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Vision of the Seas Review

3.5 / 5.0
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1160 reviews
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A Near-Perfect Crossing

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LuvBNatC
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Oct 2013
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Vision of the Seas gleamed after its dry dock in Cadiz. Having never sailed on her, I had no frame of comparison before and after. The understated décor in maroon, purple, and brown is juxtaposed with a full neon spectrum of color circling each deck of the Centrum. The artwork leans toward shapeless abstractions. Ironically, it's a ship that seems to lack a clear vision for its identity, but there's also much to recommend.

It’s an easy ship to learn, with large new touch screens in the corridors to help you get from Point A to B, and even view daily Compass activities.

An initial sewerage odor in the aft stair tower dissipated after a day or so.

Cabin Review

Loved this cabin. It was spacious and comfortable, with a place for all my belongings. It was also the first time I've ever had a brand-new bathroom. Would have liked to see the clingy shower curtain replaced with a door.

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