Oasis of the Seas is an extra large ship, carrying 5400 passengers and 1800 crew, and sails from Port Canaveral, Florida and Ft. Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida.

Price: $$     Size: XL     Refurbished: 6 yrs ago    

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What people said about this ship:

"...a dessert choice fot eh chocolate lovers on the main dining room menu as well as the buffets." in 142 reviews.

"I loved the Central park and the fact that there were umbrellasfor borrowingall over." in 119 reviews.

"Never ate at specialty restaurant, but probably good place toget away from the `` herd ''." in 12 reviews.


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Third Mate
5 out of 5

Beautiful ship

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The ship was breath taking. The water show was the best. Need more shows and a bigger comedy room with much "bigger" comedians, although both comedians were great. I still enjoyed myself overall.Wink

 

 

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2 out of 5

Not Impressed

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The ship was too large for my taste...way too many people meant standing in line for everything.  There were too many restaurants that you had to pay whereas the cruise food should be included for the price you pay for the cruise.  The shops were high end and not that great of deals in any of them.  The food in the main dining rooms wasn't that great either.  We felt like we were on a rolling slot machine.  Felt somewhat unsafe at Labadee...the locals were very pushy and intimidating trying to sell there handmade items.  Also, both of our credit cards were compromised and had fraudulent charges.

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4 out of 5

fsmily and friends

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Overall we enjoyed the cruise. It is a huge ship. Getting around was not difficult but we did a lot of walking. We had to wait for elevators . The major fault we found that there were no lounge areas with comfortable seating with a view of the ocean that we could just sit and relax. The few places we did find were noisy and seating left a lot to be desired.. 

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2 out of 5

TOO MUCH FOR TO TOO LITTLE

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It was my second round on the mega vessel..On the first voyage I was so overwhelmed we went from a group of five to a big group of twenty six family members because of our bragging.... WELL lets just say on this one there were times  I was downright embarrassed. First my cabin was suppose to be a double, they pulled the beds six inches apart and then they said it is now a double! THEY TOLD US THAT'S HOW THE DOUBLE ROOMS ARE... WHICH WAS A LIE BECAUSE LATER I SAW ROOM 6603 AND THE BEDS WERE APART WITH TWO NIGHTSTANDS IN BETWEEN!!!!! we could barely get our luggage in the room. The room was too small for two people,  we spent a lot time in that LONG line at Guest Services which was a waste of time and very frustrating!.   Second my room didn't have power the first night and part of the next day. The people at guest services just DID NOT CARE AND IT WAS JUST NOT IMPORTANT TO THEM that we could not get a shower to get dressed to go be with our family!  Third the MyTime dinner service was horrible and the menu was even worse! I know this compliant is cross the board because we skip Mytime dinning and dined in the windjammer and was asked why and we ask them why the survey and they told us the dining rooms downstairs were a bit empty. We had to wait too long between courses and it seem to be very chaotic. NOT A GOOD EXPERIENCE AT ALL! Oh and we will do a formal compliant, Its not over because our room situation was UNEXCEPTIONABLE! Last it was just too many people this time.. I'm not sure if I will be returning..However our room attendant (Mohan)  and the windjammer people were great!   Park Cafe is still my favorite! 

 

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5 out of 5

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We had a great time!  We went to Red Stripe Beach in Jamaica and it was a nice safe, secure, small beach with only Royal Caribbean guests.  No one was trying to sell you things that you did not want.  We enjoyed the Red Stripe Beach.

 

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Purser
5 out of 5

Extremely Nice Ship

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I was very impressed with all the different sections on the ship for various entertainment .  From front to back. Top to bottom!!  Professional Divers in the rear with the 17 feet dive pool literally at the back of the ship!  Wonderful Ice Skating Show.  Missed seeing Cats. ( I've seen that on Broadway). 

The food was really great !  Got to know a few of the bartenders.  These workers are on this ship 8 months at a time!  Most of them have been working for the company several years. One female assistant server was homesick and not going to continue😕.  

Overall I know the ship is a few years old.  I was supprise D at the condition of the towels, napkins, chair cushions in the entrance to the restaurant.  Several other dirty areas caught my eye which I was supprised!!  My cruise mate told me I should work for the company and be a secret cruiser!!

I do, would recommend this ship though.  It's being replaced soon with The Harmony of the Seas I believe...

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Purser
3 out of 5

Oasis of the Seas Sept 10-17

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The Oasis is a very elegant and luxurious ship, very nice! but not much included..

Some observations:

1. Not much variety on the buffet.

2. very scarse seafood, food needed more temperature, more variety.

3. Specialty restaurants very expensive price p/p and not much included.

3. lack of service from waiters; sometimes we had to clean the tables ourselves!

in order to use..

4. THe beverage packaged changed prices a few days before the cruise. much higher price, leaving no options.

5. Excursion guest services not very friendly and cooperative when asking for

recommendations..

6. too many lines to get into the dining areas..

7. not much variety on shows... 2 good ones...others below average..

8. After checking out and got home, found out our final bill was charged incorrectly after discussing at the front desk 2 days before leaving the ship!

 

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Third Mate
4 out of 5

Great Cruise but....

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The size of the ship was astonishing with lots of attractions, lots of restaurants and lots of bars.  This ship has everything...no need to get off. The Central Park & Boardwalk sections were terrific!  Food was great in the dining room service all over the ship was very good.

 

We ate at Chops, Giovanni's Table and 150 Park. The atmosphere and service at these specialty restaurants was excellent but the food was not any better than in the dining room. 150 Park had a small plates menu which was unique.  We enjoyed the dinners in these specialty restaurants but I doubt we will spend the extra money next time.

 

Our booking was to include free internet for the cruise but someone forgot to tell the ship crew.  The ZOOM group onboard responded quickly and resolved the issue while guest services contacted their Florida offices for confirmation.  The ZOOM internet is fast and we saw no interruptions in service.

 

We had pre-selected wine before the cruise and we felt there were very limited choices and most were over-priced.  The wine selections available onboard were worse.

 

The crew should get 5 gold stars for service and responsiveness.  This is a customer service business and they all do it right, down to every level of the crew we interacted with.  They were courteous, friendly and most of all, they took ownership to resolve our questions.

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4 out of 5

Beautiful ship

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The ship is amazing. Everyone working on it couldn't have been nicer. The extra restaurants were delicious.  Giovannis Table and 150 Park Ave were our favorites. If you get the opportunity, do the "All Access" tour. My only problems with the ship was that while sitting out by the pools, there weren't very many people coming around to get your bar order. You pretty much have to go get your drinks yourself.Happy

 

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Third Mate
5 out of 5

cruise with friends

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The shows are great and entertaining.

The ship is beautiful and very clean 

The dinning is also very good and the waiters are the best.

But the ship needs a water slide

Our room is always clean and the staff is so friendly.

The oasis is one of the best ships out their'

 

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