Oasis of the Seas Review

The 18 Hour Oasis of the Seas Cruise

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First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2009
Cabin: Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony

The 18 Hour Cruise

It's late November and you know what that means - Thanksgiving is over, Christmas is coming and if it's 2009 the World's hugest ship ever is in Ft. Lauderdale preparing for its Maiden voyage.

We were lucky enough to partake in a combination Naming Ceremony/Make A Wish fund raising overnight cruise to nowhere on the massive new Oasis of the Seas November 30 - December 1.

Cabin Review

Superior Ocean View Stateroom with Balcony

Cabin D2

The cabin we had, an category D2 ocean view Balcony Stateroom on deck 8 mid ship. The cabin was not as large as what we are used to but it was fine. It was well disgined and organized.

You could hear the doors closing in other cabins but we did not hear any noise from Central Park which is also on deck 8 and was separated from us by the hallway and a wall.

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