New to the fleet in 2009, the 7,144-passenger Oasis of the Seas offers a bevy of unique amenities, such as a carousel, a zip line, two surf simulators and its own sprawling onboard green space known as Central Park.
And while it’s not for those seeking secluded spaces, most cruisers say the seven distinct onboard neighborhoods make up for that. The behemoth ship features 25 dining venues, designer boutiques and larger staterooms. Similar to other Royal Caribbean ships, Oasis of the Seas offers four cabin categories, including Interior, Ocean View, Balcony and Suite/Deluxe. Interior rooms range from 150 to 170 square feet while Suite/Deluxe category rooms span anywhere from 287 to 1,599 square feet with added amenities like Jacuzzis and expansive balconies.
While recent cruisers were impressed with the ship's abundant amenities, they also noted that with 2,394 crew members serving more than 7,000 guests, there are not enough crew members to create tailored onboard experiences, especially when the ship is filled to capacity. The Oasis of the Seas caters to those looking for nonstop onboard action.
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- Couples 68.0%
- Families w/young children 16.3%
- Groups 0.4%
- Singles/Friends 14.9%
- Families w/older children 0.4%
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