Royal Caribbean Cruises has confirmed new changes to its Oasis of the Seas ship.
An updated set of ship deck plans for the vessel have been released on the cruise line’s website, outlining changes made when the vessel was placed on a dry dock in Rotterdam.
As part of the changes, the new Dynamic Dining service will be introduced, leading to the Opus Dining Room being removed along with the Viking Crown Lounge, Pinnacle Lounge and Pinnacle Chapel.
What’s more, eight new restaurants will be launched. These include the American Icon Grill, The Grande, Silk, Sabor, and Boardwalk Dog House.
Away from the delicious food, several retail stores and new cabins are being introduced, helping to make the ship even more welcoming for passengers.
A list of the changes has been posted on CruiseCritic.co.uk. Among them are upgrades to the Concierge Club, which has been turned into the Concierge Club and Wonderland.
Other alterations include the Boardwalk Donut Shop being converted into the Boardwalk Dog House. The Ice Cream Parlour has been renamed Cups and Scoops while Pets at Seas is now Britto.
Oasis of the Seas voyages are now available from Europe, with departure ports including Southampton and a range of other locations.
The ship provides a range of facilities, including the family-friendly H20 Zone and the DreamWorks experience, ensuring children will never be bored while parents enjoy the delights onboard.
Mums and dads have much to look forward to, with Oasis of the Seas boasting a number of stunning facilities. These include Central Park, which is the first park to be integrated within a cruise ship.
The vessel also has a variety of plants, galleries and cafes, making the ship a fantastic place for parents to relax.
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