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Overview

The 6,780-passenger Oasis of the Seas saw an extensive refurbishment between September and November 2019, unveiling the line's first dedicated karaoke venue, a live music space with a large dance floor, brand-new dining options (including a barbecue restaurant), three waterslides, new bars and more. 

While this ship is not for those seeking secluded spaces, most cruisers say the seven distinct onboard neighborhoods make up for that. The behemoth ship features designer boutiques and larger staterooms than other ships in the fleet.

Like other Royal Caribbean vessels, Oasis of the Seas offers four cabin categories: Interior, Ocean View, Balcony and Suite. Interior rooms average about 150 square feet, while Suite category cabins can span anywhere from 287 to 1,524 square feet and include added amenities like Jacuzzis and expansive balconies.

While recent cruisers were impressed with the ship's abundant amenities, they noted that with 2,100 crew members, there aren't many tailored onboard experiences – especially when the ship is filled to capacity. Oasis of the Seas caters to those looking for nonstop onboard action.

In 2019-20, Oasis of the Seas sails from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Cape Liberty, New Jersey, to destinations in the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Canada and New England. 

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The 6,780-passenger Oasis of the Seas saw an extensive refurbishment between September and November 2019, unveiling the line's first dedicated karaoke venue, a live music space with a large dance floor, brand-new dining options (including a barbecue restaurant), three waterslides, new bars and more. 

While this ship is not for those seeking secluded spaces, most cruisers say the seven distinct onboard neighborhoods make up for that. The behemoth ship features designer boutiques and larger staterooms than other ships in the fleet.

Like other Royal Caribbean vessels, Oasis of the Seas offers four cabin categories: Interior, Ocean View, Balcony and Suite. Interior rooms average about 150 square feet, while Suite category cabins can span anywhere from 287 to 1,524 square feet and include added amenities like Jacuzzis and expansive balconies.

While recent cruisers were impressed with the ship's abundant amenities, they noted that with 2,100 crew members, there aren't many tailored onboard experiences – especially when the ship is filled to capacity. Oasis of the Seas caters to those looking for nonstop onboard action.

In 2019-20, Oasis of the Seas sails from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Cape Liberty, New Jersey, to destinations in the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Canada and New England. 

Ship Size
XL
Price
$$$$
Year Built
2008

Pros & Cons

  • Major refurbishment completed in November 2019

  • Ship can feel crowded

4.30Scorecard
  • 4.0Expert Rating »
  • 4.3Traveler Rating »
  • 4.5Health Rating »

Rankings

Oasis of the Seas ranks #2 out of 24 Royal Caribbean International Cruise Ships based on an analysis of expert and user ratings, as well as health ratings.

Cabins

Oasis of the Seas offers a wide range of accomodation options. Browse cabins to find the stateroom that suits your needs.

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Deck Plans

Oasis of the Seas contains 15 decks. Find out which features are available on each Oasis of the Seas deck.

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Traveler Reviews

A ship’s traveler rating is provided under license by Cruiseline.com , which manages one of the largest databases of cruise reviews and ratings by travelers. A total of 3169 guests have reviewed Oasis of the Seas, giving it a rating of 4.3 on a scale of 1-5.

Cruiseline Travel Rating:

4.3 out of 5(3169 reviews)

Reviews by Traveler Type

Couples42.2%
Families w/older children16.5%
Groups9.4%
Families w/young children9.1%
Singles/Friends8.9%
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Ship Photos

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