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.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Scott Taylor 48 10 Western Caribbean65 users found this review helpful.
I was completely overwhelmed. Every turn there was something that made my jaw drop. I highly reccommend this cruise ship or the sister ship Allure of the Seas. Very good. Royal Caribbean...read more
Kristine McLaughlin 44 7 Eastern Carribean98 users found this review helpful.
Just returned from a week long trip, we had an amazing time. Normally I only find time to post my experience when it's a bad one, but RCI did such a fine job from start to finish, I plan to write...read more
Ken 51 3 Eastern Caribbean222 users found this review helpful.
Before I get into the review, I want to make a recommendation. Go online and pre-book all the shows you want to see, your excursions, and if you want the soda package, do that also. This ship...read more
jimi mallen 59 1 eastern carribean26 users found this review helpful.
This was the first cruise that I went on, only because i was a little hesitant about cruising, was i wrong. This was an absolute joy. I would highly recommend this ship to anyone who wants to...read more
Chris 40 1 Western Caribbean54 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise to celebrate our 20 year anniversary. What where we thinking waiting this long to cruise! I know we cheated by starting at the top by going on the Oasis, but it was a...read more
rob leon 54 8 caribbean39 users found this review helpful.
We went on the 9 days cruise on the Oasis of the Seas. This was partly to celebrate New Year's eve and our anniversary. The cruise was ok. The food was good but in most restaurants you have tp pay....read more
Kevin 48 3 Western Caribbean32 users found this review helpful.
Embark/Disembark: Quick, easy and painless. We arrived at the port, entered the building, and in less than 45 minutes we were eating lunch at Windjammer! Leaving the ship was even...read more
Patricia Papa 40 3 Western Caribbean96 users found this review helpful.
I have sailed on 2 of the Disney Cruise Line Ships in the past but for my 40th Birthday, I wanted to try something different. From all the commercials and talk about Royal Caribbean, I couldn't...read more
Rich 67 8 Caribbean51 users found this review helpful.
The Oasis is one of the seven wonders of the world. The experience was not up to the Liberty of the Seas as we had anticipated. With all the hipe for the largest ship, we were a little...read more
Andy 42 4 Eastern Western Carribean67 users found this review helpful.
Hurricane Diversions!!!! What started out as an Eastern Caribbean trip turned into a mix due to the hurricanes hitting the east. Oasis still went to Nassau but then diverted to Costa Maya &...read more