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Vision of the Seas

Ship Information

Filled with an endless supply of entertainment and relaxation options, Vision of the Seas boasts over 78,000 tons of fun and adventure for up to 2,435 guests. With four whirlpools and a Solarium with a sliding roof, there's something for everyone onboard this cruise ship.

Ship Facts

1998
Year Built
Vision Class
Ship's Class/Group
2003
Year Refurbished
1998
Year Entered Fleet
Bahamas
Country of Registry
78,491
Tonnage
1,998
Passengers (Double Occupancy)
2,435
Passengers (Max Occupancy)
11
Passenger Decks
742
Number of Crew
Norwegian
Officer's Nationality
International
Crew/Hotel Staff Nationality

Staterooms

999
Total in all Categories
97
Suites w/ Balcony
132
Oceanview w/ Balcony
366
Oceanview, no Balcony
404
Inside
14
Accessible Staterooms (all Categories)

Amenities

Public Rooms: 
Bars/Lounges
Library
Internet Center
Entertainment: 
Casino
Disco/Nightclub
Movies
Card Room/Game Room
Video Games/Arcade
Sports and Activities: 
Outdoor Pool
Sports Court
Fitness Center/Gym
Rock Climbing
Jogging Track
Spa/Wellness: 
Full Service Spa
MedSpa Services
Sauna or Steam Room
Beauty Salon
Yoga
Pilates
Fitness Evaluation/Assessment
Health and Nutrition Evaluation
Children and Teens: 
Family Staterooms
Organized Age-Specific Activities
Children's Pool
Youth Staff
Dedicated Teen Center
Teen Programs
Teen Staff
Group Babysitting Services
Private Babysitting Services
Other Facilities/Services: 
Elevators
Duty-Free Shops/Boutiques
Dry Cleaning/Laundry Service
Concierge Desk
Safe Deposit Boxes
Business Center Services
Infirmary/Medical Center
Accessibility/Special Needs: 
Visual Assistance (Visually Impaired)
Auditory Assistance (TTY/TTD)
Assisted Listening Devices
Closed Caption TV
Braille Signage
Accessible Gaming (Casino)
Accessible Showroom Seating
Accessible Public Areas
Accessible Public Restrooms
Refrigerator in Staterooms
Sharps Disposal
Oxygen
Pool Lift Available
Wheelchair Accessibility: 
Wheelchair passengers accepted
Elevators accommodate regular wheelchairs
Elevators accommodate narrow wheelchairs
Staterooms with wide doors
Staterooms with low or no doorsills
Staterooms baths with hand rails
Staterooms available with ramps
Public rooms available with ramps
Public rooms accessible by wheelchairs
Decks with ramps
Decks offer access to all passenger areas