(2:45 p.m. EDT) -- In part three of our three-part Oasis of the Seas photo series, we try to provide a general idea of what passengers will experience on the world's largest cruise ship. We'll take a look at the 225,282-ton, 5,400-passenger vessel's nighttime entertainment venues (with requisite comedic alligator); a few restaurants, including Oasis' most upscale choice, 150 Central Park; the AquaTheater, the ship's outdoor venue for Cirque de Soleil-style water shows; and several cabins, from balcony to Royal Suite.
The ship departs the yard today en route to its Fort Lauderdale homeport, where it's scheduled to arrive on November 11.
Part 1 of our Oasis Photos Series
Part 2 of our Oasis Photos Series
--by Dan Askin, Associate Editor
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Oasis of the Seas Photos, Part 3: A Feel for the Ship
October 29, 2009