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Oceania Cruises has christened its newest ship, the Vista, the first of the line's Allura Class vessels. The leading cruise line is already renowned for having the finest cuisine at sea and destinatio­n-rich itinerarie­s around the world, and this latest addition to their fleet will elevate the experience one step further. With the most spacious standard staterooms at sea, allveranda­h accommodat­ions, eight bars, lounges and entertainm­ent venues, and a luxurious spa, a stay on board is sure to tick all the boxes.

This stunning ship has a 1200 guest capacity, and a staff ratio of two crew members to every three guests, so the service is going to be second-to-none. There are 12 wheelchair accessible staterooms, the most on any ship in the Oceania Cruises fleet. The Penthouse Suites and staterooms feature large bathrooms with oversized rainforest showers – the perfect way to wash off the salty spray of the day.

Take your pick of 11 on-board culinary venues, including The Bakery at Baristas with aromatic fresh pastries, the Aquamar Kitchen with wellness-inspired indulgence­s, and the new signature restaurant Ember.

The 2024 summer season will see the Vista undertake a series of Grand Voyages throughout the eastern Mediterran­ean, Aegean and Adriatic Seas. Guests will have the opportunit­y to disembark at intriguing and iconic ports throughout Italy, Turkey, Greece, and the Holy Lands.

Find out more about the Vista's upcoming itinerarie­s and expertly curated travel experience­s at OceanaCrui­, or phone the team on 1300 355 200 to speak to a profession­al travel advisor.

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