Video: A Seemingly Pointless Act Performed Briefly on Allure of the Seas?

May 4, 2011 | By | 3 Comments

“A Flash Mob is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public, perform an unusual and sometimes seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then disperse.” We’ll take Wikipedia at its word, with one caveat. On Royal Caribbean‘s Oasis, Allure (pictured), Liberty and Freedom of the Seas, the seemingly pointless act — a choreographed dance at a predetermined time and place — may include a green ogre or some penguins alongside RCI crewmembers. (For the rest of the fleet, where the Dreamworks army hasn’t arrived, it’s a people-only spectacle.) And while the first few mobs are passenger-free, RCI Activity Specialist Alison Frazier told us that dance-happy cruisers can join the happening on some ships — after a couple lessons. Just bring your two left feet to the mob dance classes that appear in the daily cruise-letter.

Curious about other options for cruise ship rug cutting? Check out our Best Dancing at Sea feature.

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    3 Responses to “Video: A Seemingly Pointless Act Performed Briefly on Allure of the Seas?”

    1. ACruiseGuy
      May 4th, 2011 @ 4:21 pm

      Um. Is anyone paying attention??

    2. tarot
      May 5th, 2011 @ 5:16 am

      thank you for this topic !! very interesting !

    3. MIKE
      June 28th, 2011 @ 7:21 pm

      EPIC FAIL 4A FLASH MOB… (FLASH MOB RESIDENT EXPERT, ORLANDO, FL)

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