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Launched 8th Mar 2010


Occupancy 5400
Tonnage 220000
Length 1184
Total crew 2165
Space ratio 40.7

Eastern Caribbean

To: Caribbean

Western Caribbean

To: Caribbean, North America

Eastern Caribbean

To: Caribbean

Eastern Caribbean

To: Caribbean

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  • "casino Royale"
  • "jazz On 4"
  • "studio B" Featuring Ice Shows And Themed Events
  • Blaze Nightclub
  • Boutiques For Kids And Adults
  • Facilities Dedicated To Babies, Toddlers And Teens
  • Opal Theatre

Food and Drink

  • 150 Central Park- Fine Dining
  • Dazzles Music Venue
  • Izumi Oriental Cuisine
  • Johnny Rockets Diner
  • Rising Tide Bar
  • Seafood Shack'

Health and Fitness

  • Basketball Court
  • Four Swimming Pools
  • H20 Zone Water Park
  • Miniature Golf
  • Six Whirlpools
  • Two Rock-climbing Walls


  • Carousel
  • Flowrider Surf Simulators
  • Psychic And Tattoo Parlour
  • Solarium
  • Spa And Fitness Centre

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Oasis of The Seas


Royal Caribbean

The Oasis of the Seas is a revolution in cruise ship design. Unlike other ships it is divided into seven different neighbourhoods, each of which has a distinct design theme. The Boardwalk, for example, is modelled on a retro seaside resort complete with a carousel and psychic booth. By contrast, the Central Park district is chic and metropolitan in feel, with trendy cafes and upmarket dining. Classic opulence can be found in the extensive shopping and dining complex in the Royal Promenade.
Active guest aboard the Oasis of the Seas will enjoy the sports deck's climbing walls, basketball and surfing. Meanwhile, the more laid-back can head for the spa. All are sure to enjoy the performances on the ice rink and the massive Aqua theatre.
There is plenty to choose from come meal time on board the Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas. Highlights include the chic Japanese Izumi restaurant, Giovanni's traditional Tuscan-style restaurant and Chops Grille, a good old-fashioned steakhouse. Accommodation is in 2,700 staterooms or 28 stylish loft suites.
The Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas docks in Miami and runs an eight-day cruise of the eastern Caribbean with shore time in Puerto Rico and an eight-day tour of the western Caribbean taking in both the Dominican Republic and Mexico's island paradise of Cozumel.

Latest cruise reviews for Oasis of The Seas

Love the Oasis!

by ametrinel (February 2014)

My husband and I had this booked for months and he was laid off in October. We decided to go ahead and take the cruise to try to clear our heads and figure out what steps we take next. This was our second time on the Oasis. Our cabin (balcony, Deck 7) was well lai...

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Back to back cruising

by Baw079 (April 2013)

We travelled to the Caribbean to complete east & west back to back cruises. We felt travelling that distance for seven nights would not give us time to recover from jet lag, and so it was. We were on deck eleven at the rear starboard side of the ship. The cabin was ...

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Oasis of the Seas - Itself a Destination

by glomarrone (September 2012)

Although the sheer size of the ship intimidates many passengers, I absolutely loved all the extra amenities and options. The Oasis is so massive that it feels like you are at a large hotel or resort rather than on a ship. We never felt the movement of the ship. Wh...

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