While this isn’t one of the biggest ships or one that is stocked with the newest Royal Caribbean activities such as the flight simulator RipCord by iFly on the Anthem of the Seas, it had the perfect amount of activities for our group. We were looking for a lower-key, more budget-friendly cruise this time and the Vision of the Seas fit the bill.
The ship had two pools, 6 hot tubs, rock wall, casino, shuffleboard, ping pong, a full-featured gym, kids’ program, spa and fantastic shows.
Let our Junior Gizmo gal take you on a tour of the activities aboard the Royal Caribbean Vision of the Seas in our Baby Gizmo Video above.
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