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Oasis of the Seas Facts: Info on One of the World's Biggest Cruise Ships

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Cruise Critic

Last updated
Jan 8, 2020

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Curious about Oasis of the Seas, the 225,282-ton, 5,400-passenger floating island that reinvented Royal Caribbean's definition of megaship? We've got in-depth information on Oasis' neighborhoods, including foliage-filled Central Park (12,175 plants); innovative two-deck Loft Suites; roughly 20 onboard dining options; Caribbean itineraries and more.

Ship Stats

Gross Registered Tons: 225,282
Passengers (Double Occupancy): 5,400 
Passengers (Max Occupancy): 6,680
Crewmembers: 2,196
Length: 1,187 feet
Width: 208 feet
Height: 213 feet (above the waterline)

Godmothers: Shawn Johnson, Daisy Fuentes, Jane Seymour, Michelle Kwan, Gloria Estefan, Darra Torres and Keisha Knight Pulliam

Wacky Oasis Facts

  • The ship contains 3,300 miles of electrical cables -- roughly the width of the U.S.

  • 110,231 pounds of ice cubes are made daily.

  • Central Park has 12,500 plants, 62 vine plants, 56 trees and bamboo.

  • The AquaTheater pool is 17.9 feet deep and is one of the largest pool at sea.

  • 4.7 million pounds of fresh water are consumed in 24 hours.

  • The ship has 7,000 works of specially commissioned artwork.

  • There are 20 chefs, 222 cooks and 102 sanitation and cleaning culinary crew.

  • All breads and pastries are made fresh onboard. The bakery has a machine that makes 4,000 rolls an hour.

  • Consumption in an average week: 15,600 pounds of beef; 16,000 pounds of chicken; 18,000 pounds of potatoes; 8,000 gallons of ice cream; 10,200 bottles of beer; 86,400 eggs; 45,000 pounds of fresh fruit; 62,000 pounds of fresh vegetables; 2,225 bottles of wine; 3,500 bottles of water; and 18,000 slices of pizza.

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