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
Steve 49 10 Western Caribbean13 users found this review helpful.
best of my 10 cruises yet...can't wait to go on this class ship again Great food, many restaurants to choose from at many different times, even had "healthy" restaurant with low cal foods...read more
Ken Jackson 63 10 southern caribbean250 users found this review helpful.
This was a beautiful ship and I believe it was the 9th cruise since being launched. Although there was 5,500 passengers and 2,100 crew members we never felt crowded and had plenty of space. We...read more
Laurie 45 2 Eastern Caribbean407 users found this review helpful.
We booked this cruise when the open booking began in September 2008. Watching the progress of the building of the ship, and the subsequent sailing updates from Captain Bill, only psyched us up all...read more
Heijin 54 10+ Eastern Caribbean112 users found this review helpful.
I sailed the Oasis with my husband who is a senior with Parkinson's Disease. We had a balcony stateroom with an ocean view. Overall, I thought the ship was beautiful, had great entertainment, and...read more