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 Oasis Of The Seas

The largest passenger ship ever built, the Oasis Of The Seas redefines cruising. Equipped with 28 super modern loft suites and over 2,700 spacious, beautiful staterooms; this 16-deck floating marvel proves that dream vacations can come true. The Oasis has seven distinct neighborhoods such as the Boardwalk with an operating carousel and AquaTheater, Central Park with over 10,000 trees and plants plus several bars and restaurants, an ice skating rink, a zip line, two Flow Rider surfing pools, plus dozens of bars and dining venues. This cruise ship will soon be able to offer conference rooms as well to accommodate any business plans you may need in the future. It is a breathtaking ship that is a self-contained resort at sea.

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Shore Excursions

 Professional Reviews

Dave, 2009-12-08Caribbean

This was the first revenue cruise for the Oasis Of The Seas. The ship is simply more

563users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Margaret Warren 54 4 Adventure

    Our time on the Oasis of the Seas was fantastic. Port Canaveral wasn't a very pleasant experience. We started our adventure by returning a rental car to Alamo. We had to wait in line for more

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • Bernade Juste 35 4 Caribbean

    I took my family on oasis of the seas, it was very good , my waiter Darvin from Trinidad was very nice, my sou-waiter itentu (Java ) was perfect he alway have a smile on his face. Java told more

    3 users found this review helpful.
  • RadioTravel 65 36 Eastern Carib

    Cruise was fine for the most part. Found the staff to be overwhelmed with too many things, not concerned with many passenger comments or concerns. Ship was too large for personal more

    10 users found this review helpful.
  • Miguel 33 6 Caribbean


    5 users found this review helpful.
  • Kipper 40 2 Eastern Caribbean

    The ship was MASSIVE! It was clean and the service was great for such a large ship. The clientele was something to be desired. Guests on the ship were rude and uncivilized. Not everyone, but more

    14 users found this review helpful.
  • Mel 50 3 Eastern Caribbean

    I would rate this ship/cruise a B- to C+. We were drawn to the cruise for the ports of call and activities on board and on land. I was concerned about the size of the boat, but the crowds more

    25 users found this review helpful.
  • bunny 59 4 cozumel

    overall it was a good experience. Staff was amazing. food superb. My grouse was every thing was prepaid to make my vacation hassle free as was advertised. On the last night of the cruise more

    7 users found this review helpful.
  • Carolyn 47 1 Western Carribian

    Our 1st & last cruise, so many people on this ship you couldn't get into the pool while it was scorching hot. The time it was pleasant is when people would leave to go on excursions. more

    9 users found this review helpful.
  • Lynda Meade 70 6 Western Caribbean

    This was a 3-generation cruise and was positively phenomenal for each and every one...from the ultra-easy boarding, to the 4 fine staterooms (all balconies). Staff were positively wonderful, more

    19 users found this review helpful.
  • Larry 60 3 eastern Caribbean

    This was a very comfortable cruise. I was apprehensive to sail on this large of a ship, but never felt crowded and getting on and off the boat was faster and easier than our other two more

    18 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Royal Caribbean
  • Capacity (double occupancy):5400
  • Builder:Newbuilding
  • Full Capacity:6296
  • Inaugurated:2009
  • Space Ratio:n/a
  • Gross Tonnage:220000
  • Crew:2164
  • Length:1181 feet