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Oasis of the Seas is one of the largest cruise ships in the world. Royal Caribbean's ship spans 16 decks, encompasses 220,000 gross registered tons, carries 5,400 guests, and features 2,700 staterooms. The ship homeports in Port Canaveral and cruises the Caribbean year-round.
Although the artist's images in this gallery from Royal Caribbean provide a good look at some of the exciting and innovative features of Oasis of the Seas, I also was aboard for two days and compiled over 200 new photos of the ship to complement these artist's drawings. Check them out on the links below.
Pictures of the Oasis of the Seas
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- Oasis of the Seas AquaTheater
- Oasis of the Seas Central Park
- Oasis of the Seas Cabins
- Oasis of the Seas Suites
- Oasis of the Seas Lounges
- Oasis of the Seas Interiors
- Oasis of the Seas Outdoors
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Science LabContinue to 3 of 60 below.
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Voyagers Kid's AreaContinue to 4 of 60 below.
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Imagination StudioContinue to 5 of 60 below.
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Kids AvenueContinue to 6 of 60 below.
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Teen LoungeContinue to 7 of 60 below.
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Kids WorkshopContinue to 8 of 60 below.
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Babies and Tots AreaContinue to 9 of 60 below.
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Explorers Kids AreaContinue to 10 of 60 below.
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Blaze Nightclub BarContinue to 11 of 60 below.
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Blaze NightclubContinue to 12 of 60 below.
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Fuel DiscoContinue to 13 of 60 below.
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Comedy Live EntranceContinue to 14 of 60 below.
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Comedy Live LoungeContinue to 15 of 60 below.
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Opal TheaterContinue to 16 of 60 below.
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Dazzles Dance LoungeContinue to 17 of 60 below.
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View of the Boardwalk from the Dazzles Dance LoungeContinue to 18 of 60 below.
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Jazz on 4Continue to 19 of 60 below.
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Fitness CenterContinue to 20 of 60 below.
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Beach PoolContinue to 21 of 60 below.
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FlowridersContinue to 22 of 60 below.
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H2O Zone Aqua ParkContinue to 23 of 60 below.
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Main Swimming PoolContinue to 24 of 60 below.
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Pool DeckContinue to 25 of 60 below.
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SolariumContinue to 26 of 60 below.
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Solarium BistroContinue to 27 of 60 below.
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Solarium MezzanineContinue to 28 of 60 below.
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Solarium at NightContinue to 29 of 60 below.
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Solarium WhirlpoolContinue to 30 of 60 below.
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Spa Fitness AreaContinue to 31 of 60 below.
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Sports CourtContinue to 32 of 60 below.
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Sports DeckContinue to 33 of 60 below.
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Vitality CafeContinue to 34 of 60 below.
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ZiplineContinue to 35 of 60 below.
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Solarium LoungeContinue to 36 of 60 below.
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The Champagne Bar is found on the Royal Promenade of the Oasis of the Seas.Continue to 37 of 60 below.
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The AquaTheater and pool can be seen in this aft view image of the Oasis of the Seas.Continue to 38 of 60 below.
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Boardwalk and AquaTheater
The AquaTheater in the Boardwalk neighborhood features water shows such as professional diving and theatrical performances in this pool amphitheater.Continue to 39 of 60 below.
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Loft Suite Interior
The Oasis of the Seas was the first cruise ship suites to feature two levels and floor to ceiling windows.
The lofts offer spectacular views of the ocean with floor to ceiling double-height windows to ensure the view is enjoyed from every vantage point. Other features among these 28 lofts are a unique modern design dotted with abstract, modern art pieces, spacious living areas on the lower level with contemporary detailing, and a private balcony with sun chairs and stunning views to help guests unwind.
Each loft measures 545 square feet (51 square meters) or larger when combined, and is fitted in contemporary décor with a Caribbean influence. The design includes an upper-level bedroom that overlooks the living area below and extended ocean views. Beds are outfitted with white, luxurious duvets complemented by tropical blue and green accents that tie in to the loft's natural surroundings. The lofts feature LCD televisions, separate vanity areas, a guest bathroom downstairs and master bathroom upstairs featuring his and her shower heads, fog-free mirrors, and limestone mosaic tile accents.Continue to 40 of 60 below.
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Two Level Royal Loft Suite
The Royal Loft suites are larger and more luxurious than the 25 Crown Loft suites.
The exclusive Royal Loft Suite is available to accommodate groups of six. The Royal Loft Suite is the largest of all lofts onboard Oasis of the Seas. Spanning 1,524 sq. ft. (141 sq. m.), it will feature its own Baby Grand piano, indoor and outdoor dining rooms that seat eight, private wet bar, a library and extended 843-square-foot (78.3-square-meter) balcony with its own LCD television, entertainment area and Jacuzzi. The Royal Loft Suite has the ability to connect to a Crown Loft Suite for additional room to accommodate a total of ten guests, providing 2,069 sq. ft. (192 sq. m.) of space.Continue to 41 of 60 below.
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Zipline Over the Boardwalk
The zip line is suspended 9 decks above Boardwalk. Adventurers speed diagonally across the open air atrium, a distance of more than 82 feet (25 meters).
Zip lines are popular activities ashore and on the Oasis of the Seas.Continue to 43 of 60 below.
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AquaTheater at Night
The AquaTheater will feature professional diving and theatrical performances.Continue to 44 of 60 below.
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Balcony Cabins Overlooking the Boardwalk
Six AquaTheater Suites, 221 Boardwalk-view balcony staterooms, and eight Boardwalk-view window staterooms overlook the Boardwalk of the Oasis of the Seas.Continue to 45 of 60 below.
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Carousel and Zipline on the Boardwalk
The Oasis of the Seas Sea Carousel is the centerpiece of the Boardwalk.
Specially hand-crafted for Royal Caribbean from poplar wood, the full-sized, traditional carousel features 21 figures suspended from stainless steel poles, showcasing a menagerie of animals such as zebras, giraffes and lions, alongside a variety of hand-painted horses, including a princess horse and a crowned frog prince. The lead horse, customarily the fanciest horse of the carousel, is adorned with Royal Caribbean logos, and a single chariot serves as a stationary seat for two.Continue to 46 of 60 below.
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The center of the Oasis of the Seas opens to the sky at Central Park.
Central Park features lush, tropical grounds spanning more than the length of a football field. This neighborhood is a public gathering place featuring serene pathways, seasonal flower gardens and canopy trees.Continue to 47 of 60 below.
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Exterior ViewContinue to 48 of 60 below.
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Exterior ViewContinue to 49 of 60 below.
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Rising Tide on the Royal Promenade
The Rising Tide Bar on the Oasis of the Seas spans three decks and allow cruisers to enjoy a cocktail as they slowly descend from Central Park to the Royal Promenade.Continue to 50 of 60 below.
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The Oasis of the Seas was launched in November 2009. This is an artist's rendering of the Royal Promenade, which is an interior hub of activity.
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Royal Promenade and Crystal Canopies
The Oasis of the Seas Royal Promenade is much like on the Voyager and Freedom-class ships, but has some new, surprising enhancements such as the Crystal Canopies on the roof.Continue to 52 of 60 below.
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The Oasis of the Seas Boardwalk is an outdoor area aft on deck 6. Designed to look like a seaside pier, the Boardwalk has activities and dining venues for all ages, especially family groups.Continue to 53 of 60 below.
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Lounges and Bars
Cruise passengers expect the humongous Oasis of the Seas to have numerous bars and lounges for partying and socializing. The ship does not disappoint. There are numerous bars and lounges scattered all around the ship, from the tranquil Solarium Bar forward on deck 16 to the numerous party lounges in Entertainment Place on deck 4.Continue to 54 of 60 below.
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The 700-seat Oasis of the Seas Aqua Theater is found on deck 6, at the aft end of the Oasis of the Sea's Boardwalk, one of seven neighborhoods on the ship.Continue to 55 of 60 below.
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Oasis of the Seas Cabins
The Oasis of the Seas has at least 11 different types of balcony, outside, and interior cabins. The world's largest cruise ship also has 10 different suite categories. All cabins include twin beds that can be converted into a queen, and a bath room with shower (curved shower door, no curtain), toilet, small sink, and shelves for storage.Continue to 56 of 60 below.
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The Central Park neighborhood on the Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas cruise ship is a beautiful outdoor park area located midship on deck 8. Flanked on both sides by 324 inward-facing balcony staterooms overlooking the park, shady Central Park features winding pathways, flower gardens, quiet seating, and tropical trees.Continue to 57 of 60 below.
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The Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas has many diverse dining venues. Of course, with 6,000 passengers, it is important to have lots of options!Continue to 58 of 60 below.
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The Oasis of the Seas is a beautiful cruise ship, filled with interesting interior public rooms.Continue to 59 of 60 below.
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In addition to the 2,540 cabins, the Oasis of the Seas has 80 regular suites and 86 junior suites.Continue to 60 of 60 below.
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Adventure Ocean and Youth Zone
The Oasis of the Seas has 28,000 square feet dedicated to children and teens.