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Review of the Oasis of The Seas
Cruise Date: March 2010
Booking: Cruise Line
Cabin category: (optional)B
Oasis "on" the Seas
Last year, we had the pleasure of sailing on the Oasis of the Seas. The rooms were a tad smaller than on the rest of the line, but just as nice. We typically have a Junior Suite, but had a balcony superior on this cruise. The food was great and you had plenty of room to walk it off. This ship is huge! Because there are so many people going to breakfast at the same time, they open Johnny Rockets for breakfast at no additional cost. The Cental Park Deli is fantastic. I hear a lot of people saying that they had difficulty getting in to shows. Simply untrue! You can book all of your shows in advance on the RCCL website. We booked ours months in advance. I do not normally go to the shows, but went to every one on the Oasis. One night due to high winds, the water show was cancelled. They re-scheduled it for another night for the people holding tickets from the previous nights. If you get bored on this ship, you have a real problem. We are booked on the Allure and cannot wait.
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