EXPENSIVE!!!-The only response I can offer after comparing Oasis prices with her competitors on the same itineraries! I will wait to read the reviews of those who have cruised on her-She is a beauty and she offers many wonders but I think I like something a bit smaller and cozier! Affordability becomes an issue when I may have to reduce the number of days I can spend at sea!
It does. For one 7 night cruise on the Oasis in June, 2010, I can do two 7 night cruises at the same time on other ships and in better cabins. The pricing for Oasis really troubles me. $4300 for the three of us in a standard inside cabin. I can't get over that one. People might say "but look at all the new stuff on that ship!" But we all know that most of that new stuff will have extra-fees attached to it and most of it won't be included in the cruise fare.
Granted there will be adjustments to the Oasis pricing as time goes on and they get a handle on the bookings and popularity of the ship. We'll see.
Our balcony cabin on deck 6 for our Jan cruise was a little over $1200 a piece. Being one of it's first cruises I didn't think that was too bad. Our Deck 6 balcony was $989 for our October cruise. I don't think that is to overpriced compared to other cruises at the same time.
Celebrity Eclipse March 5, 2011
Serenade of the Seas Oct 23, 2011