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Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas Cruise Reviews for Family Cruises to the Transatlantic from Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

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soapstar
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

We enjoyed the cruise, however we did not enjoyed the total confusion on the ship. They seemed unable to deal with a transatlantic cruise. The schedule was practically none existent and full of errors. We were never sure when the shows were going to take place and at what time. During the day we were often unable to find anything of interest. There was only one lecturer (we are used to two or ...
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Sail Date: September 2014

Cabin Type: Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony


Worlds biggest ship but lacks the wow!

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Rambo1985
6-10 Cruises • Age 30s

Oasis of the seas was my 3rd Royal Caribbean ship to sail on but 10th ship overall, the cruise was from Fort Lauderdale to Barcelona 1st September to 13th September, and I travelled with my brother and my parents. The cruise only had one port of call Malaga with 9 days at sea. We had a one night pre cruise stay in Fort Lauderdale, hotel was selected by Royal Caribbean and it was a stone’s throw ...
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Sail Date: September 2014

Cabin Type: Central Park View Stateroom with Balcony


Can't do it all!

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AnM&E
First Time Cruiser • Age 80s

We have been cruising for fifteen years now and have cruised with a variety of different cruise lines and on a variety of different size ships. The Oasis is the perfect ship on which to do a Trans Atlantic Cruise. It gave us plenty of time to explore the ship and all it had to offer. The ship is huge, but because of the design, it never felt overwhelmimg. The boarding and debarkation process was ...
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Sail Date: September 2014

Cabin Type: Central Park View Stateroom with Balcony


It Has The WOW But Not My Heart

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Marley-Bop
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

This was our 5th Royal Caribbean cruise and we (hubby and I) sailed with my sister and brother in law who were on their first cruise ever! - What a ship to pick for the first one. Embarkation was smooth and we were onboard at Fort Everglades by 12.15PM so made our way to sign up for the drinks package, check our dining table and sit up on on the pool deck sipping cocktails. We followed this with ...
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Sail Date: September 2014

Cabin Type: Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony


Will not go again with RCL

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nsitt
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

First, as an engineer myself, I have to say that the ship is indeed a great expression of what engineers are able to accomplish. Especially the central park is very impressive and to me it was a place of inspiration and an oasis of tranquility especially after midnight when most people were at sleep. Because of the size of the ship we did not even notice that we were moving and the sea was not ...
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Sail Date: September 2014

Cabin Type: Royal Family Suite with Balcony

Traveled with children


Magnificient Ship for a LONG cruise

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padrek
First Time Cruiser • Age 80s

This was my first trip on a Oasis class ship and I was well pleased. Took RCI transfer from FLL to ship, a "walk aboard" embarkation (very quick), many eating area open for lunch, to Cabin at 1300, luggage arrived by 1500, and off to enjoy the ship for the next 12 nights. As someone who really only likes small, quiet ships, - and is usually disturbed by the :"noise" on RCI, I was most pleasantly ...
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Sail Date: September 2014

Cabin Type: Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Large Balcony


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On a clear day you can see forever

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Destin Grandma
2-5 Cruises • Age 80s

We were fortunate enough to sail on Oasis of the Seas' first transatlantic cruise. The weather and seas could not have been better. Many have already commented that the ship is so large one can always find a quite spot in spite of 5000 passengers and 2000 crew sailing along with you. Our spot was after if the ship on either decks 11, 12 or 14. We found that the various food venues affered a ...
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Sail Date: September 2014

Cabin Type: Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony


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