What can I say the oasis certainly trumps them all. So much to do and see, and if you want to do a little, u can always find a quite part of the ship.
Satisfaction with everything was very high, so I'll just point out the special tips, down points.
Boarding - being on a back to back cruise, we still had to disembark the ship and us laws, we were guided all the way with oasis staff member taking us through the 1hr ordeal.
Back to back luncheon - oasis provide back to backers with a free lunch at Giovanni's.
Soft drink packages - need more soft drink vending machines around the ship, the touch screen 100 flavours is pretty awesome.
Ice cream soft serve machine - only operates from about 11am - 6 pm
Solarium - couple pods couches - only about 10 of them, so get up there by the 8'am hr if u want one.
Behind the scenes tour at $150 is pricey but well worth the experience.
St thomas - don't worry about Magen's beach, go where the cruise entertainment staff go, honeymoon beach, water island is a 10 min ferry ride from the marina, near port (5 min walk) $10pp return, goes every hr. The beach is beautiful, and soo quite, was only another 10 people before the cruise actors from hair and oasis of dreams popped along, so lines at the cocktail bar trailer, get your burgers at the other end of the beach where the actors got theirs.
Park cafe has supplies, ie: free packets of chips, good for balcony wine drinking.
Comedy club only seats 100-150 people so book b4 cruise.
Book breakfast with the dream works characters for the kids in the opal dining room.
Get your beach towels for island beaches up on the pool deck the day before.
Our cabin, last on the boardwalk enabled great veiling of the aqua theatre.
Noise from aqua theatre is minimal when your door is closed, can hardly hear it.
I could go on and on