Oceania Cruises has unveiled the palatial Owner’s Suites and top-of-ship Library aboard Vista, which will be exclusively styled in Ralph Lauren Home.
In a first for the luxury cruise line and the industry, Vista will be the first and only ship afloat with a library exclusively styled in furnishings and artwork from the iconic designer.
“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. Everything from the furnishings to the accessories and artwork is meant to envelop our guests in style and comfort, creating the ultimate feeling of home,” stated Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises.
Located atop the ship on deck 15, the Library – exclusively styled in Ralph Lauren Home – will offer an inspired sanctuary for every guest to enjoy ultimate quietude with a bestselling novel or a view of the world floating by. Polished nickel sconces and chandeliers provide the perfect ambient lighting while classic sepia equestrian prints adorn the walls. Adjacent to the Library, Baristas will be the ship’s complimentary gourmet coffee bar.
Oceania Cruises also revealed details of its three spacious Owner’s Suites, each of which spans the full beam of the ship. Measuring 2,400 square feet and styled exclusively in Ralph Lauren Home, this new generation of Owner’s Suites was designed and furnished to feel like ultimate seagoing estates. Embracing their lofty height and commanding views, the spaces feature walls of glass in every room to amplify the open and airy nature while allowing for commanding panoramas wherever in the suite one might be. Thoughtfully layered design elements like traditional millwork on the walls, iconic Ralph Lauren Home furnishings, and signature decorative elements result in an opulent yet soothingly comfortable aesthetic.
Oceania Vista’s inaugural season of sailings will commence in April 2023 and her 18 inaugural voyages will be on sale from 15 September 2021. Itineraries will span more than 24 countries across four continents.