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Oasis of the Seas Archive

FlowRider Allure of the Seas
When planning a cruise vacation, a suitable itinerary and appealing destination remain the most important considerations; however, for those who are new to cruising or haven’t been onboard for a while, a lot has changed. The competitive industry has...
fourth Oasis class ship
The keel has been laid for the as yet unnamed fourth Oasis class ship to be launched by Royal Caribbean Cruises. The vessel, being constructed at STX Shipyard in St. Nazaire, France, is scheduled for completion in 2017. An...
Quantum of the Seas Rock Climbing Wall and FlowRider
Family-friendly cruises have become a significant attraction for holidaymakers, and the cruise industry has evolved to accommodate the new generation. Royal Caribbean International is embracing the change by building mega-ships that resemble floating fun parks with attractions to satisfy...
Mariner of the Seas casino gaming room
Every cruise line lures customers with a unique cruising style for their particular niche market. However, the growing popularity of mega ships has seen the development of huge vessels hosting activities for every taste and age group. Younger travellers...
Carnival Sunshine WaterWorks
During the past decade, cruising with the kids has become an extremely popular family vacation choice, and a lucrative market for cruise lines. It’s no wonder that so many new ships are being designed with all ages in mind....
Celebrity Silhouette Club Grill restaurant
It’s no secret that dining options are one of the major attractions of an ocean cruise. The tradition of enjoying first-class meals in the main dining hall at the Captain’s table is still a real highlight for many cruisers....
Oasis of the Seas aqua theatre
For many holidaymakers, cruising is more than just sunshine and scenery; it’s an opportunity to party all night long on a floating pleasure palace. Cruise lines provide the best of entertainment for the young and the young at heart....
Oasis of the Seas
Considering their huge size, the speed of cruise ships is amazing. The largest ships usually travel at speeds between 20 – 24 knots, equivalent to approximately 23 – 27 miles per hour. The largest cruise ships, as classified by...
Oasis of the seas
Telegraph posted a video today about the world’ five largest cruise ships (based on gross tons). The fifth is the 1,062 feet (324m) long Norwegian Breakaway, weighting 146,ooo gross tons and having 2,044 staterooms. Forth is the slightly longer...