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Oasis Of The Seas, Royal Caribbean


Entered Service:
December 2009
Length (ft/m):
Beam (ft/m):
16 (guests)
Number of Passengers:
Number of Crew:
Number of Swimming Pools:
226,838 Gross Tonnage


Ship Amenities

Sports and water-based recreation take up plentiful space onboard Oasis of the Seas, which boasts several swimming pools as well as its H20 recreation zone. You can relax in one of its spacious hot tubs whilst admiring ocean views, or try riding the waves generated by the Flowrider surf simulator. The ship is broken up into seven different neighbourhoods, including the central Royal Promenade, open-air Boardwalk, Pool and Sports Zone, Sea Spa and Fitness Centre, Entertainment Place, Youth Zone and Central Park. Filled with over 12,000 plants including a vertical living wall, Central Park gives you a place to relax with a picnic or sunbathe in your own spot of greenery. The Royal Promenade is the main shopping district, featuring duty-free stores and a bevy of cafes including a Starbucks. It’s where you’ll find the ship’s colourful parades, which take inspiration from DreamWorks characters and circuses. There’s also a zipline letting you soar above the Boardwalk crowds, a mini golf course, and airy Solarium to enjoy a moment of quiet.

Cabin Amenities

All accommodation includes standard features like a private bathroom including toiletries and towels. You’ll find an iPod dock, infotainment system, and telephone in your room as well. The size and layout will depend on the type of cabin you’ve booked, with suites including more space. Some cabins include curved balconies for open-air views, overlooking the ocean as well as areas like Central Park or the Boardwalk. Loft suites provide a premium level of accommodation, with double height windows, larger balconies with sun chairs and two levels of living and sleeping quarters.

Dining Options

The ship’s main dining room, Opus, spans three decks, with tables of all sizes and a traditional menu served each evening. Book a table at Chef’s Table to enjoy a six-course tasting menu with wine pairings, or at 150 Central Park for an exclusive dining experience. Windjammer Café is open throughout the day with buffet islands showcasing dishes from around the world. Additional specialty options include the modern Mexican cuisine at Sabor, Italian dining at Giovanni’s Table, and Japanese teppanyaki at Izumi Hibachi and Sushi. For a casual bite, visit the Central Park Café, Boardwalk Dog House, Donut Shop, or Ice Cream Shoppe. There’s also a retro cupcake shop and pizzeria on board, or if you fancy a healthier meal you can venture to the Solarium Bistro for fresh salads and smoothies.



There’s never a dull moment aboard Oasis of the Seas, and its activities extend to a full programme of shows at venues like the 1,380 seat Opal Theatre. Visit the ice-skating rink to enjoy ice dancing spectaculars, or the Aqua Theatre for the latest show-stopping events. This includes an acrobatic and diving show from DreamWorks Animation. In addition to the main theatres, there are plenty of sophisticated bars and lounges to visit each evening along with the slot machines and gaming tables at the Casino.

Sports and Wellness

Vitality at Sea Spa is the go-to place for a little rest and relaxation, offering heated tiled loungers and steam rooms in the thermal suite as well as a full menu of wellness and beauty treatments. The gym includes over 150 cardio and resistance machines, and there’s also a basketball court, mini golf course, and jogging track on hand.


Oasis of The Seas

Our First Rc Cruise.


Leonard, Poulton le fylde on 5th Mar 2019

We were most impressed with the wonderful open spaces, the Promenade, the Boardwalk, and Central Park. The staterooms were well designed and kept very clean by the hardworking, friendly staff.

Oasis of The Seas

7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise.


Silcox, Caldicot on 6th Nov 2018

My daughters birthday happened on the ship, Which was celebrated in style at the Japanese restaurant and our stateroom attendant Harvey decorates our room for us- awesome service !!

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