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Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas

147 reviews
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Itinerary

Overview

About
Passengers: 5 484   |   Crew: 2 200
Passengers to crew: 2,49:1
Passengers to space: 41:1
Launched: 2009   

Decks

  • Deck 3
  • Deck 4
  • Deck 5
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 7
  • Deck 8
Additional decks
Deck 3 layout
Cabins
  Ocean View Accessible (1N)  
  Interior (2V)  
  Interior (1V)  
  Ocean View (2N)  
 
Amenities
Main Dining Room
Conference Center
Opal Theater
Studio B

Cabins

Balcony
Cabin size: 182 - 274 sq. ft.
Connected rooms: 454
Accessible rooms: 25
Maximum passengers: 6
Number of cabins: 1796
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Vivian W wrote a review Aug 2020
Kentville, Canada47 contributions7 helpful votes
Don't go on a weekend if you are not a party person. Very rowdy drunk people. We had a nice day in Nassau as we met friends. My husband played golf at The Albany golf course which he said was awesome. The perfect day at Coco Cay was cool and very windy. Lunch at Beach club was great but pool was freezing. The cruise ship was large. The down side is having to walk through smokey casino to get to dining room. Food was excellent. I prefer the smaller ship though.
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Kittycosengas wrote a review Aug 2020
Cork, Ireland53 contributions45 helpful votes
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I have been meaning to review this for some time now as this was last years family holiday. I had some questions about the kids club and water safety that I could not find the answers to online- as a parent of two adventurous children I had some worries. I made it my mission to check out these two things once I hopped on board. First water: Royal Caribbean have had life guards on board since April of 2019 I believe. There is a very serious and dedicated lifeguards at each pool site. At the children’s pool there are two. There is a splash pool, a big pool and a round whirlpool that has a strong current. The child has to be the height to go in as it’s shoulder height on me(5’3) unless with an adult and they have to wear a float vest. There is a big rack of life vests of all sizes at the side of the pool which was not mentioned anywhere! The same goes for the flow rider- the surf simulator- my eldest was 8 at the time of the trip and she just about made the height to go on it. There was actually a disagreement between instructors about whether she should be on it or not ... while a bit embarrassing it was great to see the professionalism. The kids pool was w consistent depth and was just deep enough for them to swim. The third cruise my husband and I did but the first with the girls- seeing as they were full price( we did get a deal) they needed to be able to avail of all that was there on board to get a bang for our buck. Next the kids club: This a part of the ship where there is a dedicated large area for the different age groups. My girls and my niece were in the same club. When you get on the ship you need to go to the club, fill out forms and give a copy of your ship pass and passport if I remember correctly. This bit is important, if there is someone in your group you want to be able to collect your children you need to add them and have their ship pass. Unless they are on the form and system the child will not be allowed to leave.my sister in law went to collect our girls and she could only take her own daughter so we had to go bs k and nominate each other. The child can’t get out of the club once inside. The room is really big, the qualifications of the staff is clear to be seen and the most important thing is the girls loved being there- they loved the long club where they did painting pillowcases, were taken for dinner and then they went to a disco. I was a bit anxious about this so I had a drink at a bar a cross the way at the opposite side of the deck Just to observe and it was very cute to see them in twos lined up going from the windjammer buffet to the disco and four staff with the group. I was delighted to see how happy and well managed they were. For the shows: book these well before you are due to get on. They are amazing and well worth it. The ice skating show is brilliant. The water show is also brilliant. The diving is out of this world. Defo book this. The ice skating rink and the zip line over the ship is also well worth doing, it was cool to try two brand new things on the ship. There’s face painting, candy floss and Eddie rockets on the same deck as the dive show. It’s a very retro part of the ship & really worth a good visit- the kids loved the sweet shop part. In terms of food- we found the main restaurant not great- the windjammer food was always fresh and hot, the main dining room food just not the hot. That sounds picky but it didn’t match up to the other cruises. It might just be the sheer size of the boat and the travel time to the table?? You have to pay a little bit to eat at the other restaurants- again book in advance.we ate in the Mexican- fab. Great margaritas. Note the spicy one is flaming hot and I love spice and heat but this was Not possible to drink!!! We were lucky enough to be on board at the same time as an Indian company were working during the day and out and about on the ship at night. The food in. The Indian buffet was amazing and to see the beautiful saris and henna tattoos and jewellery was a sight to behold. So stunning. On Central Park deck we all met at night and had a go on the rising tide bar which takes you to the deck below. The kids loved it. We got chairs and fleece blankets on the Central Park deck and relaxed with drinks. A child had vomited one night and the clean up crew looked like they were going to a huge disaster. In light of the virus now I can only imagine what their protocols would be to manage that given the outfit deployed to manage some puke! I had read before we left that the medi deck is used frequently. We saw a man fall at the pool also and the response to that was unreal also. He was whisked off in no time in a wheelchair & the lifeguard got help through his radio and guys seemed to appear out of thin air! There are photo props everywhere and we said we’d get some at the end , we forgot and they delete them for the next crowd coming on. If you see one you like- get it. The last thing that stands out is I got a pedicure in the spa and a healthy smoothie on the way in- the pedicure wadi love any other I’ve ever had. I would totally recommend this- they do try to gently nudge you towards products but I didn’t get any. I was delighted with my feet though. I could write so much more, if I have not covered something snd you have a question, please feel free to ask. We did the symphony of the seas and the voyager of the seas in previous cruises. One last thing: we only got off to take the kids to Piza- We went on our own steam by train- super cheap €88 return for 4 adults and 4 children in comparison to the ship prices. The ship is quiet and you get to do lots when everyone else is on an excursion. We also got the drinks package for the adults- the debate was real for months about whether or not we would or wouldn’t!!!!! It’s the only way to go. The drinks are too expensive otherwise.we are not the biggest of drinkers but it worked out at €42 per head per day and the drinks are between € 10-15 per drink/ cocktail and that includes coffees on the ship but not Starbucks. The cafes fo similar to Starbucks but the difference is they are free with the drinks package. We had 8 adults and we all got the package.
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tony12cu wrote a review Aug 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia3 199 contributions246 helpful votes
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One dizzying experience with an overload of food, fun, drinks and sightseeing. Got the package with unlimited drinks, and almost killed the liver. It was 6 days of overload on all senses. From entertainment, to food and drinks and sightseeing. The staff were all friendly and professional. There is an abundance of food and drinks around the clock. Entertainment in the evening were just so many that you wish you could clone yourself. Absolutely love the experience and being pampered with so much.
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Mark C- wrote a review Jul 2020
Belgium75 contributions25 helpful votes
We took the pis cruise for our 25th wedding anniversary. It was our first time on a cruise and now it got us hooked. The ship was so large in 8 days we still did not see the entire ship. We left from Fort Lauderdale to Haiti, Jamaica and Cozumel and return. It was a fantastic cruise with so much to do and see. There were 5000 passengers on the ship, but it did not feel crowded. We were impressed with the multiple restaurants, we only ate twice in the dining room. So many selections for food to choose from.
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quidbo wrote a review Jul 2020
3 contributions1 helpful vote
Extremely wonderful cruise. My children had a fabulous time . Food was amazing. Very clean . Staff was very friendly and helpful . Many activities for the kids . Highly recommended.
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