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Review of the Oasis of The Seas
Cruise Date: May 2010
Booking: Cruise Line
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Cabin category: Stateroom with balcony
We were lucky enough to go on the Inaugural Cruise year on May 1st to 7th to the Eastern Caribbean and on the Inaugural Cruise to the Western Caribbean from May 8th to 15th, 1010. It was an experience we won't soon forget because of the size and amenities offerred by the cruise line. As usual we had a very good room and were very glad we had a balcony because on some of the decks you felt like you were in a giant mall and could not see water or feel the ship moving.
It was quite something that they were able to feed 4900+ people and there were no waiting lines or confusion wherever we ate. The food was excellent and the variety of desserts was a great temtation which we very seldom resisted.
Boardwalk was something else as it had full-size carousel running and of course I had to have a ride on it. They also had four wooden pieces that showed different stages of carving and making the horses which was quite the thing to see. They also had Johnny Rockets which, as Canadians, we had never seen or experienced and thoroughly enjoyed.
The entertainment was fantastic, there is no other word for it. They had the musical "Hairspray" which was great. They also had an Aqua Show which was enjoyed by all who saw it and an Ice Show that rivals any ice show you would see anywhere. Also, there were comedy shows and others that I can't remember because we didn't see them....no time. As well there was the usual excellent stage show that combined singers, dancers and some of the people from the swim show. The most exciting thing for me was when one of my buddies, Bobby, came with me to do the zip line. Our other friends chickened out. Now I might try one where you go in among trees.
There was so much to see and do that together with the above and touring we didn't get to see everything and figure that one of these days we'll be back to finish our tour.
All in all we felt that everything was done for us that could be done by the staff as is usual on RCCL ships that it was well worth the cost of the trip for the experience of being on a city on the water.
Location: Scarborough, Ontario
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