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  • Year Built: 2009
  • Last Refurbished: NA
  • Gross Tonnage: 220,000 tons
  • Passenger Capacity: 5,400
  • Crew Size: 2,150

  • Amenities: Outdoor Movie Screen, Ice Rink, Rock Climbing Wall, Pool [more]
Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas Cruise Ship
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Oasis of the Seas Highlights

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  • Launched in December 2009, Oasis of the Seas is the world's largest and most revolutionary ship introducing the cruise line's new neighborhood concept, which will provide vacationers with the opportunity to seek out relevant experiences in seven themed areas based on their personal styles, preferences or moods.

    Boardwalk will be a breathtaking space for families. Inspired by the nostalgic seaside piers of yesteryear, Boardwalk will dynamically engage the entire family in classic fun - whether young or just young at heart - with eateries, retail outlets, and carnival games.

  • Central Park - Central Park, a revolutionary design in which the center of the ship opens to the sky, features lush, tropical grounds spanning the length of a football field. With its serene pathways, seasonal flower gardens and canopy trees, Central Park will evolve from a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere during the day to a gathering space for alfresco dining and entertainment in the evening, where guests will enjoy concerts and street performances.
  • AquaTheater Pool - The largest and deepest freshwater pool at sea will be 21.9 feet (6.6 meters) by 51.6 feet wide (15.7 meters), with a depth of 17.9 feet (5.4 meters)
    Fitted with three stage machinery devices, the pool’s depth will rise or fall to meet the needs of each performance and for its various functions throughout the day
    Three custom lifts built into the pool will allow for intricate and multilevel performances Underwater cameras will film performers and project images onto two giant Barco LED screens that will flank the stage.
  • AquaTheater - Off the Boardwalk, the first amphitheater at sea, AquaTheater, will celebrate water with the largest freshwater pool found on a ship offering a full spectrum of activities and performances for guests. Created to offer two unique experiences, AquaTheater will allow guests to swim in the theater's magnificent kidney-shaped pool, relax on sun loungers located on tiered platforms surrounding the pool, and even take SCUBA lessons in the afternoon. At night, it will deliver a complete sensory experience playing on the element of surprise as audience members witness the venue come alive with heart-pounding theatrical performances featuring dramatic acrobatics, synchronized swimming, water ballet, and professional high-diving, as well as elaborate fountain shows synchronized to music and lights.
  • Carousel - An original, handcrafted carousel - the first at sea - will be the centerpiece of this vibrant neighborhood.
  • Royal Promenade - Enhancements to the cruise line's signature Royal Promenade, the heart of the ship, will include a mezzanine level that overlooks the main promenade below. The Crystal Canopy sculptured-glass domes will allow natural light to cascade down from the sky. There will be a vast array of shopping, dining and entertainment options including, the Rising Tide bar, the first moving bar at sea, which will traverse three decks and allow cruisers to enjoy a cocktail as they slowly ascend into Central Park, the neighborhood above.
  • Rock-climbing Walls - two 43-foot rock-climbing walls on either side of the AquaTheater and the first zip-line at sea suspended nine decks above Boardwalk.

Oasis of the Seas: Culinary Delights

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Oasis of the Seas Accommodations

    With the introduction of the neighborhood concept, Oasis of the Seas will debut a new portfolio of 37 categories of accommodation options, many with views unique to the ship.
  • 28 Two-level Loft suites Another industry-first, the introduction of 28 contemporary two-level loft suites will redefine cruise ship accommodations with vibrant, ocean-inspired colors in a sophisticated and spacious setting.
    The lofts will be the highest accommodations at sea, offering spectacular views of the ocean, and floor-to-ceiling, double-height windows to ensure the view will be enjoyed from every vantage point.
    Other features among these coveted 28 lofts will be a unique modern design dotted with abstract, modern art pieces; spacious living areas on the lower level with contemporary detailing; and a private balcony with sun chairs and stunning views to help guests unwind.
    Each loft, which will measure 545 square feet (51 square meters) or larger when combined, and will be fitted in contemporary décor with a Caribbean influence.
    The impressive design will include an upper-level bedroom that overlooks the living area and extended ocean views. Beds will be outfitted with white, luxurious duvets complemented by tropical blue and green accents that tie into the loft's natural surroundings.
    The lofts will feature LCD televisions, separate vanity areas, a guest bathroom downstairs and an upstairs master bathroom featuring his and hers shower heads, fog-free mirrors, and limestone mosaic tile accents.
  • Royal Loft Suite: In addition to the 25 Crown Loft Suites onboard Oasis of the Seas, the exclusive Royal Loft Suite is available to accommodate groups of six. The Royal Loft Suite is the largest of all lofts onboard Oasis of the Seas. Spanning 1,524 sq. ft. (141 sq. m.), it will feature its own Baby Grand piano, indoor and outdoor dining rooms that seat eight, private wet bar, a library and extended 843-square-foot (78.3-square-meter) balcony with its own LCD television, entertainment area and Jacuzzi. The Royal Loft Suite has the ability to connect to a Crown Loft Suite for additional room to accommodate a total of ten guests, providing 2,069 sq. ft. (192 sq. m.) of space.
  • Sky Loft Suite: The Sky Loft Suites are larger than the standard lofts and though they stand as singular units, these staterooms also will feature the option of connecting together to satisfy larger groups and families. These Sky Loft Suites, identified as Corner A (722 sq. ft./67 sq. m.) and Corner B (770 sq. ft./71 sq. m.) will feature more living room space, separate dining rooms that seat four, spacious balconies with sun loungers, and dining tables that seats four.
  • Crown Accessible Loft Suite: The Crown Accessible Loft will feature the same amenities as the standard Crown Loft Suites, but will measure slightly larger, at 737 sq. ft. (68 sq. m.), and will offer an elevator for the convenience of guests with special needs. In addition to the loft suite accommodations, Oasis of the Seas will offer a variety of suites that appeal to guests looking for additional space and a variety of amenities that exceed the services offered at the stateroom level. While each suite varies in scope, these spaces will provide guests with private balconies, LCD televisions and more.
  • Royal Suite: This spacious suite – the only of its kind on Oasis of the Seas – sleeps four and will feature one bedroom, two baths, a separate living area with its own Baby Grand piano, plush seating, a full bar, and a 52” LCD television. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors will lead to the suite’s large outdoor balcony with woven chaise lounges. The private master suite will offer an alternative sitting area with large windows facing the sea and a large jetted tub to help guests unwind after an action-packed day.
  • Presidential Family Suite: This family suite will be another one-of-a-kind accommodation onboard Oasis of the Seas. With room for 14, and a total of four bedrooms and four baths, this space will be similar to the Presidential Family Suite onboard Royal Caribbean’s Freedom-class ships. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows will face the ocean and a spacious balcony provides enough room for the entire group to enjoy the outdoor dining area, large LCD screen, and private jetted tub.
  • AquaTheater Suite: All six of the AquaTheater Suites available onboard Oasis of the Seas will overlook the Boardwalk and AquaTheater and will feature private wrap-around balconies, outdoor ocean-front dining areas for six, and an outdoor bar ideal for entertaining. These new family suites will accommodate up to eight guests and will have two bedrooms and two full baths. Owner’s Suite: Each of the 10 owners suites will accommodate four guests, and are designed with one bedroom, living room and bath. Guests will be pampered with a private balcony, outdoor dining table for four and an interior sitting area with a convertible queen sleeper sofa for two.
  • Family Suite: Sleeping eight, Oasis of the Seas’ Family Suites with balcony will feature a master bedroom and bath and a guest room with private bath. All four suites also will offer a private balcony with outdoor dining and lounge area that will seat four.
  • Grand Suite: The Grand Suites with balconies will be the most abundant suite accommodations available on Oasis of the Seas. The 30 suites will feature one bedroom, full bath, and a separate living area outfitted in contemporary décor, with stonework used throughout the entry and bathrooms. Private balconies with woven chaise lounge chairs and a jetted tub for two are other amenities for suite guests.
  • Park View and Boardwalk View balcony staterooms offer inward facing accommodations overlooking the two open-air neighborhoods.

Oasis of the Seas: Lofty Accommodations

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