CruiseThe cruise line dresses Vista's iconic spaces with furnishings from the American fashion giant.

Oceania turns its new ship into a Ralph Lauren Home

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On board Vista, Owner's Suites will have a dining room with a floor-to-ceiling, bow-shaped glass wall overlooking the sea.
On board Vista, Owner's Suites will have a dining room with a floor-to-ceiling, bow-shaped glass wall overlooking the sea.

In an industry first, Oceania Cruises will style the Owner's Suites and Library in Ralph Lauren furnishings for its upcoming new ship Vista.

“The Owner’s Suites and Library are signature elements of our brand and having them styled exclusively in Ralph Lauren Home elevates them into truly iconic spaces," said Bob Binder, President and CEO of Oceania Cruises.

The glass-clad Library on Deck 14 sits adjacent to the Baristas, the ship’s gourmet coffee bar with a bakery serving French and Italian pastries.

The three Owner’s Suites, each of which measures 220 square metres and spans the full beam of the ship, also feature glass walls commanding vistas of the seascapes.

In the suite, the dining room features a floor-to-ceiling, bow-shaped glass wall overlooking the sea, while the master bedroom will have a Cote d'Azur king-size Ralph Lauren bed, walk-in closets, a master bath with a soaking tub and an ocean-view shower.

The suite also boasts two teak verandas, a living room and a bar.

Launching in April 2023, Vista's inaugural season itineraries will open for sale on 15 September 2021.

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