Oasis of the Seas is the ship that heralded the new era of mega cruise ships. Launched in 2009, Oasis is as big as a high-rise apartment building, standing 16 decks high and 361 metres long. After less than a decade in service, Oasis of the Seas has already undergone several cosmetic refits to keep it relevant with today’s cruisers. On the whole, Oasis has been warmly embraced by passengers.
Oasis of the Seas was designed with impressive onboard activities, including a few things to do that are unique to Royal Caribbean. Oasis of the Seas has plenty of traditional cruise activities, such as bingo, trivia, demonstrations and more, but the ship is known for some noticeable activities that are as fun as they are intriguing to watch. Plus, many are complimentary to enjoy.
Oasis of the Seas (built 2009, last refurbished in 2014, Royal Amplified in 2019) is the first of the Oasis-class Royal Caribbean ships - with sisterships Allure OTS and the bigger (currently world's largest passenger liners) Harmony OTS (2016), Symphony OTS (2018), Wonder OTS (2021) and TBN OTS (2023). The following aerial photo shows an Oasis-class vessel (as looked from above).The Oasis of the Seas is owned (along with sister ships Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas) are among the largest and with almost 800 million euros construction costs even the most expensive ships in the world. It was built in Turku (Finland) and put into service in 2009. Most recently it was modernized in 2014. On 16 decks, the ship offers space for 5400 passengers with 2704 cabins.Oasis of the Seas is quite simply the most stunning and innovative cruise ship in the world, as well as the largest. The ship is more than two hund.
RCL (Royal Caribbean) Harmony of the Seas was a beautiful ship. We were planning to stay in a balcony cabin however we received an e-mail to bid on an upgrade. It was our first time doing this and decided to participate. We thought we would bid.Read More
Oasis of the Seas Deck Plan Tour of Staterooms, Suites, Cabins and Public Spaces on the Deck 8 deck.Read More
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This map features to incredibly large cruising cruising ships. One of the two actually exists in real life, Oasis of the Seas, and it is actually 1:1 replica. Even though the second ship, Grand Quantas, isn’t a replica of a ship in real life it’s nonetheless as incredible to see and explore. Creator: GodzilaX1225.Read More
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Royal Caribbean’s famous masterpiece, Oasis of the Seas is the ultimate resort at sea. At an unbelievable 220,000 tonnes and comfortably housing 5,400 guests, there’s no doubt as to why she has caused so much excitement from cruisers. Along with sister ships, Allure of the Seas and Harmony of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's Oasis Class is the largest and most innovative class at sea. Taller.Read More
Exclusive to Central Park on Oasis and Allure of the Seas, the trellis bar is open air, surrounded by trees and shrubs. During the day it is a tranquil suntrap where refreshing drinks can be enjoyed, and at night it comes alive with street performances and makes a perfect place for a pre-dinner drink. Viking Crown Lounge. Offering the best views at sea The Viking Crown Lounge is Royal.Read More