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7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Fort Lauderdale

7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

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  • Day 1
    Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    St. Kitts (Port Zante)
  • Day 5
    St. Thomas
  • Day 6
    Cruising
  • Day 7
    Perfect Day at CocoCay
  • Day 8
    Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

Oasis of the Seas

Oasis of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International

Pros

Packed with activities, restaurants and bars, Oasis is manageable despite its size.

Cons

Mall-like interior means it's hard to see the ocean; expect lines at popular venues.

Bottom Line

Innovative and energetic, Oasis appeals most to active cruisers and families.


Cruise Reviews

This was my 3rd cruise and my husband's first cruise. We were both hesitant bc we go to an All Inclusive every year. We weren't sure if we would enjoy a cruise as much as we enjoy an AI. But we did! We had a great time. My ... Read More
This was my 3rd cruise and my husband's first cruise. We were both hesitant bc we go to an All Inclusive every year. We weren't sure if we would enjoy a cruise as much as we enjoy an AI. But we did! We had a great time. My husband was in awe when he first saw the ship. There were over 6,000 guests on the ship, but we rarely felt crowded. On sea days the pool deck was crowded, but we just made the best of it. The food in the MDR was excellent. The desserts were absolutely delicious. The servers, Ronald and Damien, were spectacular. We enjoyed seeing them each evening as much as we enjoyed the food. Our cabin steward, Buster, was great! He kept our room cleaned and supplied the entire trip. We ate at one specialty restaurant, Giovanni's. My husband had the veal and he raved about it all week. He said that this was the best veal that he had ever eaten. Our server, Selah, was so friendly. I must say that the staff makes this trip. They are all so friendly, outgoing and just wonderful men/women to talk too. A few hiccups - - The men/women in the white shirts were not as friendly as the "regular" staff. Rarely did someone in a white shirt say hello or even smile which was just the opposite of the "regular" staff. My comment to this is - they are not setting a good example for the employees that are under them. I always respect a boss that practices what he teaches. - The towel game. I know this cannot be rectified. We have the same problem at the AI's that we go to. But people, come on, if you are not going to use a chair, don't save it. I was on the deck from 9am-4pm. There were 4 chairs saved that were beside me. Not one person ever used these 4 chairs. How rude! Ports of Call - I think the ship should give more information at the ports. We are beach people. We got off in Labadee and went to the beach. Well we were on the rocky side (not knowing there was a calm side). After 2 hours, we went back to the ship b/c we couldn't get in the water. Once back on the ship, I looked out the window and realized that there was a calm side to the island. I wish I would have known that. In Falmouth, Jamaica we booked the Royalton Hotel for a day pass. We were over 45 minutes late getting to the resort, but we still left at the scheduled time. So we paid for 4.25 hours, but only got 3 hours. Our last stop was Cozumel. What a beautiful island. I wanted to do a beach / hotel for the day. We opted to ask a taxi driver to take us somewhere, but that didn't work out. But I have no one to blame, but myself. Overall, we will take another cruise in the upcoming year. If we wouldn't have already had an AI booked for later this year, we would be going on another cruise now. Looking forward to cruising again! Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
We had previously sailed on the Oasis in 2012. We were asked to change staterooms the Wednesday prior to the sailing as our junior suite had a pull out couch and the one they ask us to take did not. I agreed even though we had selected ... Read More
We had previously sailed on the Oasis in 2012. We were asked to change staterooms the Wednesday prior to the sailing as our junior suite had a pull out couch and the one they ask us to take did not. I agreed even though we had selected the original stateroom, based on the location next to our friends. RC did give us a $400 onboard credit. Miami terminal was simple and efficient. I have found all Florida ports to be great. We got to our state room and unfortunately all of the keys and paper work was for the people we swapped rooms with. Once this was sorted out, and we were in our suite, the room attendant showed that this stateroom did have a pull out couch. All of the last minute changes were unnecessary! I was able to pass this on the RC costumer service and they sent someone in person to verify that Stateroom 11230 did indeed have a pull out. Evidently ther updated data at amplification was incorrect. The amplification done in November was quite remarkable. However, the staterooms do not appear to have been refreshed. Additionally as big as this ship is they should have added the ability to connect to friends through the RC Wi-Fi app free of charge. The couch and chair in our stateroom could have used a refresh. The new mattresses are way more comfortable then the previous ones. The water slides are awesome. I found the food in the main dining room to be subpar from previous cruises. As usually the windjammer was packed. While the jammmer had many choices. Other than salads, it lack vegetables, such as green beans, corn, peas etc. On a positive note the Solarium cafe’ is a hidden gem. For dinner you order your entrees while the appetizers and dessert are buffet style. The theme is Mediterranean. It was much quieter then the Jammer or main dining room. The solarium cafe also served a very similar breakfast to the jammer with better atmosphere. There are also numerous cafe and snack facilities that are included in the basic price of the cruise. We did eat at the Chops it was OK, but is getting a little steep at $50.00 pp. Our friends ate at the new port side BBQ that is $12.99 for one meat and two sides. They raved that is was delicious. The young adults in our group said the included Loco Fresh Mexican buffet was awesome. Be aware of the hours of these places as the Loco Fresh closed at 5:45 pm. Some minor complaints. There are freestyle coke machines in four places on the ship. They are located in the royal promenade, windjammer , solarium and near Loco Fresh. Many times one or more flavor was not available. A staff member indicated they are serviced everyday but can be glitchy. He rebooted the one in the solarium that indicated almost everything was unavailable. After reboot all were available. I occasionally enjoy a good cigar. As big as this ship is the smoking areas are rather small. I wish there was a cigar room like the Freedom has. The staff was all friendly and I went out of there way to make sure you enjoy your cruise. Excursions were standard. We did the adventure tours river tubing in Falmouth. The bus trip was an experience as it always is in Jamaica. Labadee is always fun. Beware the artisans in the artisan village are pretty pushy. The shooting areanear the beach has all the same stuff and less sales pressure. Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
We went with this cruise as it was one of the only ones we could make work date wise with what was listed on the casino players free cruise list (first world problems...). Between vouchers we managed to upgrade to a boardwalk balcony room ... Read More
We went with this cruise as it was one of the only ones we could make work date wise with what was listed on the casino players free cruise list (first world problems...). Between vouchers we managed to upgrade to a boardwalk balcony room which was lovely. This is the third oasis class ship we have sailed on and there are aspects of the new refit that I like and others that I’m not such a fan of. The water slides and revamped pools were excellent, downside of all the new cabanas and sunbed pods was that we found it difficult to find even two sun beds to lay out on- especially on sea days. The room was lovely, enjoyed sitting on the balcony people watching and having a glimpse of the sea at the back of the ship. The view of the aqua theater was partially obscured by the new ultimate abyss slides, which was disappointing but you could still see about 60% of the water show. The water show was amazing. The new players bar/restaurant seems like a good idea on paper but it’s basically a burger bar which is opposite Jonny rockets- another burger bar Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
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