Vision of the Seas

Inexpensive Mega SET SAIL 1998
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Vision is no spring chicken, and its brass, chrome and crystal are a bit old-school cruise glitz, but she has been refurbished over the years and continues to offer a well-priced family-friendly cruise. She's a winner, especially if you don't like the overwhelming size of Royal Caribbean's gigantic mega-ships. On Vision you won't get lost and you certainly won't be over-stimulated.

Vision of the Seas OVERVIEW

At half the size of Royal Caribbean's biggest ships, Vision of the Seas was the last of the six-ship class, launched just a year before Royal Caribbean launched the groundbreaking Voyager of the Seas. Though they debuted as some of the cruise world's largest ships at the time, today Vision and her sisters are considered midsize. While she can't hold a candle to her newer and slicker fleetmates, Vision of the Seas still offers a reasonable number of entertainment, dining and activity options, and works for those who appreciate a midsize ship with low per diems.

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Vision of the Seas primarily travels the Caribbean region from Fort Lauderdale and Tampa in Florida, and switches it up with a few treks that include South Carolina, Bermuda and the Bahamas.

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