Oceania Cruises has revealed its first Allura-class ship will be called Vista.
The ship, the line’s seventh, has been named to reflect "the dawn of a new age in travel" said Oceania.
Vista will set sail in early 2023, followed by a sister vessel, currently due to enter service in 2025.
Oceania said Vista would deliver "the finest cuisine at sea", with nine different "culinary experiences" available.
The ship will have a grand Parisian dining room almost two decks in height, as well as a range of "luxurious signature public spaces".
There will also be two crew for every three guests to ensure high levels of service. Vista will be able to accommodate up to 1,200 guests.
"Vista represents our view to the future,” said Oceania president and chief executive Bob Binder.
Suites and staterooms will be revealed in May, with Vista’s inaugural voyages opening for sale in September.
The ship is currently under construction at Italy’s Fincantieri shipyard.
Oceania announced its Allura-class order in January 2019.