after announcing restaurantsexperience, cabin, category e more details of Oceania Vistaas well as first season itineraryStarting April 2023, Oceania Cruises last week held a floating ceremony for the Oceania Vista, weighing 67,000 tons and carrying 1,200 passengers, at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy, near the famous port of Genoa.
Shortly after the ceremony, the pier began to fill with water and Vista floated into the sea for the first time. The ceremony was presided over by Giuseppe Torente, director of the Fincantieri shipyard; and Monsignor Tasca, Archbishop of Genoa. The shipyard godmother, Anna Trucco, threw a bottle of prosecco into the hull, a maritime tradition, to wish the ship and all who would sail on it good luck.
“Vista is Oceania Cruises’ most anticipated ship in our company’s history, and I’m excited to be here with our partners at Fincantieri as the ship goes from blueprint and steel to reality,” said Howard Sherman, President and CEO of Oceania Cruises. . “Vista is truly the ship of dreams, and we can’t wait to welcome our inaugural season guests next year.”
HOUSING TRAVEL – Vista’s maiden voyage is scheduled for April 14, 2023, from Rome to Barcelona, followed by 12 additional European voyages before embarking on US voyages to the seas of Canada, New England, the Panama Canal and the Caribbean.
Among the highlights of Vista are 12 gastronomic options, four of which are new; capacity of 1,200 guests, served by 800 crew members, with a ratio of two to three crew per guest; standard cabin over 88m²; all Penthouse suites and cabins have large bathrooms with large showers; and all Owner, Vista, and Oceania suites have deep soaking tubs.
Vista will also feature eight bars, lounges and entertainment venues; Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center and Aquamar Spa Terrace; and Concierge and Executive Lounges staff for staterooms and Concierge suites, respectively.
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