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Launching in late 2009, Oasis of the Seas will be 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 based on their personal styles, preferences or moods. Boardwalk, will be a breathtaking space for families inspired by the nostalgic seaside piers of yesteryear; 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; and the urban living concept will take to the high seas with the introduction of industry-first loft suites offering expansive ocean views and luxury amenities. Enhancements to the cruise line’s signature Royal Promenade will include a new design allowing guests to have a physical connection with the neighborhood above, Central Park, as natural light cascades down from the sky through the Crystal Canopy sculptured glass domes. 

Other surprises include two rock-climbing walls and the first zip-line at sea suspended nine decks above Boardwalk.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. Never before seen at sea, the lofts will feature spectacular views of the ocean with floor-to-ceiling, double-height windows to ensure the view will be enjoyed from each and every vantage point. The signature lofts will round out a new portfolio of 37 categories of accommodation options many with views unique to Oasis of the Seas.When she launches in late 2009, Oasis of the Seas will be the largest and most revolutionary cruise ship in the world. An architectural marvel at sea, she will span 16 decks, encompass 220,000 gross registered tons (GRT), carry 5,400 guests at double occupancy, and feature 2,700 staterooms. Oasis of the Seas will be the first ship to tout the cruise line’s new neighborhood concept of seven distinct themed areas, which includes Central Park, Boardwalk, and the Royal Promenade. The ship will sail from her home port of Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
 
 
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  Francine Silverman
The Largest Cruise Ship
2-2012
In the wake of the Costa cruise disaster in Italy and the intestinal illness on the Princess cruise, weboarded the Oasis of the Seas with some trepidation. But from the moment we registered, Roy
 
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  Vincent & Mary Finelli
Return to the Oasis
1-2012
Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas Western Caribbean Cruise Jan. 21 – 28, 2012 by Mary & Vincent Finelli Each J
 
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  Jeff Louallen
RC Incr Fees 25% AFTER Booking
9-2011
My cruise is yet to happen, but I just learned that the fitness center sauna and steam room, which for YEARS have been a standard included feature, are no longer included with the base cruise fare.&nb
 
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  Alan Hix
Western Caribbean
5-2011
This is a great ship with much to offer to everyone on board. We departed on Oasis May 28, 2011, from Ft Lauderdale and headed west to Labadee, Falmouth, and Cozumel. In deciding to choose this cruise
 
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