Oasis of the Seas Review


Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Oasis of the Seas
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2014
Cabin: Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony

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 three). One day when we could find absolutely nothing of interest to do, we told customer service and were advised that we could go to bingo. We told her that bingo was not our favourite pastime, and she replied with "it's not our fault you don't like bingo."

We enjoyed the different shows in the the evening (Hairspray, aqua show, ice show etc.), once we had got the timetable sorted. However the music was always way too loud. The music around the ship was the same and was not of great interest. There were no individual singers or small groups in the bars around the ship (or we did not find them). The piano player was quite pleasant to listen to.

Cabin Review

Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony

Cabin D8

This was our first trip on RCCL. We usually go on Celebrity. Celebrity is more our sort of cruise and we will be cruising with them in the future. We had another cruise booked on RCCL next year (on Brilliance of the Seas). It has a good itinerary, but after this experience we are not really sure about it..

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