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Review of the Oasis of The Seas
Cruise Date: January 2011
Booking: Internet Agency
Embarkation: Jan 15- Jan 22
Cabin number: 11323
Cabin category: Boardwalk Balcony
Oasis of the Seas
Arriving at the cruise terminal for Oasis I noticed she cast a large shadow. I had done my research in anticipation of our cruise but she was more spectacular than I could have imagined. Online registration certainly sped up the process. From the time we stepped out of our shuttle to the time we stepped on the ship was only 26 minutes. And we had a group of 8 to check in. For more than 6000 people checking in I thought that was very quick. The entertainment on board was great. Non-stop really. Since we had a Boardwalk Balcony it seemed a show was going on all the time literally right outside our door. All the shows from large to small were all great. Don't miss the Ice show!!! The dining options were many. I personally felt that for the price of the cruise that there should have been fewer surcharges for a lot of the restaurants. But there were enough other places to choose from it didn't matter. As far as the main dining room food, although very good I felt that it could have been better or more of a selection. The dining room staff was ok, they lost a bottle of wine from 2 different couples in our group on different nights and they were slow. The cabin steward we had wasn't very good. Not like past cruises we have been on. Although we didn't have our kids along we did notice the many things for kids to do. That was an A+. Our itinerary was an Eastern Caribbean. Nassau, St. Thomas, and St. Maarten. They offered something for everyone at each port. St. Maarten was by far the prettiest. All in all the ship was amazing and I wouldn't hesitate to go right back. My personal fav's were the cantilever hot tubs and the Solarium. Solitude and serenity would definitely be the words I would use to describe my cruise on the worlds largest ship. I would highly recommend it.
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