Carnival Vista is a behemoth of a ship from Carnival Cruise Line that’s perfect for sails to the Mediterranean. Why? There are dozens of reasons, including the fact that Vista’s got more outdoor spaces than any other cruise ship in the Carnival fleet. Which means that there are more opportunities for you to take in spectacular scenery.
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Here the sights you’ll get to see, inside and out, on Carnival Vista. And, the exciting things you’ll get to do on this splendid ship.
Carnival Vista is the largest vessel ever built by Carnival. It’s the first in Carnival’s new class of ocean liners, the Vista Class. And, it’s a ship that features more exciting places for gathering and having fun than most ships sailing on the open ocean.
Carnival Vista is designed to let passengers soak up incredible scenescapes throughout their cruise. Vista boasts tons of open areas and places to view land and sea, whether you’re on a deck, in a bar, or in a restaurant.
Vista is the first Carnival ship to sail to Europe in more than 3 years. It offers itineraries that call on ports in France, Italy, Croatia, Turkey, and Spain. Travelers can choose from 8 and 13-day Mediterranean sails on Vista, a 13-night transatlantic cruise that includes a day in New York City, and many other exciting adventures.
If you want to cruise on Vista but don’t have a week or two to get away, you can opt for a 2-night getaway on this stunning ship. Other Vista voyages include journeys to Miami, Bonaire, St. Maarten, and Aruba.
When you cruise on Carnival Vista, you have many dining options available to you, including eating in 2 main dining rooms: Horizons and Reflections. Horizons is the first restaurant of its kind from Carnival. It features a small bar that’s ideal for pre-dinner cocktails, and it’s an elegant space that’s great for small get togethers. In addition to the 2 main dining rooms, Vista offers the Lido Buffet, an Italian eatery called Cucina del Capitano, and a Japanese-style Bonsai Sushi restaurant.
Bars and Clubs
For beer lovers, Vista brews up its own specialties in 2 huge copper-topped glass kettles, inside of the Red Frog Pub, another first for Carnival. RedFrog serves up lagers and ales on tap, and it offers brewery tours and tastings. In Vistas’ Havana Bar, cruisers can sip cocktails and nibble on light snacks during the day, and then dance to Latin rhythms at night.
Fun in the Sun
Want to spend time in the sun on Carnival Vista? Head to one of the ship’s 3 pools, or visit the WaterWorks water park. The WaterWorks water park on Vista is Carnivals largest park, offering an enclosed water tube Kaleid-O-Slide with twists and turns throughout.
Carnival Vista is a great ship to take kids on. It boasts a Family Harbor on Deck 2 that’s dedicated to family play. The Family Harbor Lounge is a place where kids, and their caregivers, can hangout together watching programs on a large-screen TV or playing games. If you’re cruising on Vista with children less than 12 years old, you can sign them up for Camp Ocean, which is an undersea-themed play area offering more than 200 ocean-inspired activities.
There’s a never-ending supply of things to see and do on Carnival Vista, including getting a massage or soaking in an aromatherapy pool in the Cloud 9 spa, working out in the fitness center, peddling on a SkyRide, and even bowling. If you want to find out about all the activities and attractions available on Vista, check out Carnival’s website.