Isotropically-acquired 3D cine cardiac MRI has potential for quantification of cardiac size and function, which has been previously studied. We observed that pulmonary veins and coronary artery origins can be seen with this technique, and sought to further evaluate diagnostic visualization of these vessels. Two observers scored the coronary artery origins and pulmonary veins using a 5-point Likert score. Pulmonary veins were more readily visualized than coronary arteries. Isotropically-acquired 3D cine cardiac MRI enables depiction of vascular anatomy, and potentially may be used for pulmonary venous mapping and depicting coronary anomalies.