Well, I enjoyed this cruise very much. At the pier, I found out Oasis, is now sailing out of Terminal A, Port of Miami, not Terminal G. Anyway, even with the adventure of finding my ship, from the moment I clicked on "Accept" to get a ride with Uber (at my hotel), until I was on the ship, at the bar, with a beer in my hand, it was only 55 minutes and that includes checking in at my muster station. I think that is absolutely amazing!
Onboard, they had Sierra Nevada Pale Ale (SNPA) at more than one bar and I actually ate hot-wings and drank SNPA, at a bar, on a cruise ship. The best part about it was, the wings didn't suck. The sports bar was a good time waiting to happen. I'm a senior, single, solo traveler so I like the Solarium on any ship. The one on Oasis blew my mind.
The Solarium is huge with plenty of lounge chairs, to spend the day. The Solarium has a mini wind-jammer buffet that serves all three meals and the bartenders at the Solarium bar make great Margaritas. The Solarium pool is fresh-water and heated. My cabin was on deck 14, so the Solarium was just one flight up on the stairs, or I could pop on one of the six elevators, which were just on the other side of the bulk-head from the stars and they could also take me to Starbucks.