10 Oasis of the Seas traveler questions & answers

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A: There are a ton of dining options on an Oasis class ship. However there are other free options besides the Buffett and the MDR. Chops, Playmakers, Johnny Rockets, giovani’s, Izumi are some of the up charge restaurants, but there are also options on t... he Boardwalk, solarium, promenade and Central Park with places that include free options as well.See More

Answered by lhgatton on November 9, 2020

A: COMPLIMENTARY DINING OPTIONSRoyal Caribbean offers a myriad of casual dining options and quick bites for meals on the run.MAIN DINING ROOMWith sweeping, multi-level ambiance, world-class cuisine, and extraordinary personal service, our main dining ro... om serves exceptional, multi-course meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day. A section of the dining room is reserved for group dining.WINDJAMMER CAFÉEnjoy an assortment of global cuisines and American favorites at this casual diningSee More

Answered by CruiselineMich on January 4, 2021

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A: The MDR and Buffett are the most common options for “free” dining, but there are many others, certainly enough options that you don’t have to pay a surcharge at a specialty venue

Answered by lhgatton on November 9, 2020

A: There was the last time I was on the ship. 14th deck near the cabanas

Answered by mike100761 on May 12, 2019

A: There is a limited allowance to bring your own water, although likely not enough to make it through the whole cruise. You can check on the latest policy by calling RC.... for instance you can bring on 2 bottles of wine, and I believe a 6 pack of soda... can also be brought on... but not sureSee More

Answered by lhgatton on November 9, 2020

A: No they sell water and give free tap water

Answered by layleegonzalez5 on February 28, 2019

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A: No way! That’s very appropriate dress even for formal night

Answered by 386dlf26 on November 22, 2018

A: No. Our server told us that we didn't have to dress up at all if we didn't want to. I wore a suit and tie, but saw others just dressed in smart casual.

Answered by lestaylor on November 21, 2018

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A: It did rock a bit, but not terribly. I have suffered from motion sickness but that did not occur. After the first night or two we basically could ignore it. For some reason though it was stronger in the bathroom. It definitely was not scary.

Answered by mpatrisha2 on November 27, 2018

A: For security reasons most cruise lines have implemented a "no visitor" policy aboard their vessels.

Answered by CruiselineMich on September 20, 2018

A: All the usual things sold on cruise ships. Jewelry, watches, art work, liquor, tobacco, t-shirts, souvenirs, designer pocketbooks, beach wear, Dramamine, sun screen, ice cream, fancy coffees, etc.

Answered by wayne49259899 on March 31, 2019

A: Yes. An electric scootaround is easy to use.

Answered by cha47ter on January 6, 2019

A: Carnival and Royal Caribbean are the only cruise lines that allow drones to be brought onboard.

Answered by CruiselineMich on September 20, 2018

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