Oasis of the Seas - Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas
Pool Deck, Solarium, Zipline and Aerial Views of the Oasis of the Seas
The Oasis of the Seas is sails to the eastern and western Caribbean year-round from Fort Lauderdale, so it makes sense that the cruise ship would have spacious outdoor areas and plenty of activities for guests to enjoy in the sunshine and fresh air.
The Pool and Sports Zone is found on decks 15 and 16 and includes four large pools and numerous whirlpools. The Beach Pool is saltwater and features a gently sloping sandy shore that leads to the pool. The Sports Pool is great for lap swimming in the morning and water-based games in the afternoon. The H2O pools are for families.
I loved the quiet, adults-only Solarium. It has its own freshwater pool and terrific seating in the sun or shade.
Active guests on the Oasis of the Seas will love the new 82-foot zipline on deck 16 that stretches 9 decks above the Boardwalk. They will also be happy to see two FlowRiders, a sports court, and an 18-hole miniature golf course.
There's definitely enough to stay busy outdoors on the Oasis of the Seas, and these photos support the different types of things to do and see on the cruise ship's outdoor decks.
Oasis of the Seas FlowRider
The Oasis of the Seas has two FlowRiders -- one more than the Freedom-class ships. These are great fun for onboard surfing.
Oasis of the Seas Pool Deck
The Pool Deck is one of the outdoor hubs on the Oasis of the Seas.