212 Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas Cruise Reviews for Entertainment Cruises to Caribbean - Eastern

Cruised on Oasis from Port Canaveral to Eastern Caribbean 7 day. Nassau, Saint Thomas, Saint Maarten. Check in was delayed by one hour for extra cleaning do to some passengers getting sick on the prior trip. I want a clean ship so ... Read More
Cruised on Oasis from Port Canaveral to Eastern Caribbean 7 day. Nassau, Saint Thomas, Saint Maarten. Check in was delayed by one hour for extra cleaning do to some passengers getting sick on the prior trip. I want a clean ship so that was fine. That delay made things a little chaotic in the terminal since everyone that showed up early was not able to board and backed things up for a little while. Still only took a little over an hour to get on the ship. We arrived at the terminal at 11am. Stayed in a standard ocean view balcony stateroom, 12th floor forward, port side. The room was comfortable with adequate room for two. Overall the ship was in good condition, All the staff was very friendly and ready to help. Dining rooms nice and food excellent. Buffet was also good with so many options it was hard to decide what to get. There are too many things to do on this ship to list This ship is huge. However, I think the size makes it seem less crowded than some of the smaller ships. My only complaint is that the smoking areas were right in the middle of all the activities. You could not walk on the main pool and open deck, port side, without walking through the smoking areas. Depending on the wind direction, the smell would travel to all nearby areas. Not Good! Didn't really detract from my trip but be warned that this is the case. My favorite port of call was St. Maarten for sure. Easy to get Taxi/Water taxi. St Thomas taxi area was a joke. I would definitely cruise on this ship again. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
We have wanted to cruise on one of the Oasis class ships far some time and thankfully final did. What a great ship. Yes there are 6000 guests on board however with only one exception, we didn't experience any long lines. The exception ... Read More
We have wanted to cruise on one of the Oasis class ships far some time and thankfully final did. What a great ship. Yes there are 6000 guests on board however with only one exception, we didn't experience any long lines. The exception of course was the windjammer buffet. They hold you up at the entrance so they can locate a seat for you which is a good idea. Other wise there would be tons of people bumping into one another trying to find a seat. Just too many people and totally unnecessary. We instead ate breakfast at the Central Park Cafe'. No lines quiet, enjoyable and the food was good. If you want to go to a buffet and load your plate to the ceiling with food you probably wont eat cause it's free, the Park cafe might not be for you. There is no charge, however there aren't 10,000 items to choose from. Specialty dining was simply awesome. I would highly recommend it. Main dining room was OK but we preferred the specialty restaurants. We found the solarium cafe' to be in between the main dining room and specialty restaurants as far as food quality. You will need to make reservations in advance but it is also free. Loved the shows. By the way, RESERVE YOUR SEATS FOR THE SHOWS prior to sailing. Drink prices have gone way up sense we last cruised on Royal three years ago. The drink package might be for you if you plan on drinking five or more drinks per day. Keep your eyes open prior to sailing for deals on the drink package. Day 5 they offered several drink deals. We took advantage of the 10 drinks for $79 card. After gratuity it was close to $100. You save around $35 bucks depending on what you are drinking. Only thing I don't like about RCCL is the day strip on the floor in the elevators. I don't want to be reminded every time I get in the elevator what day it is and how little time we have left. LOL Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Diving show was amazing. Olympians top notch. Shows were incredible. Food... excellent. Of course took advantage of many food options and gained weight. Lol. Beautiful ship. So much to do. Beds were comfortable. Clean and tidy. Staff ... Read More
Diving show was amazing. Olympians top notch. Shows were incredible. Food... excellent. Of course took advantage of many food options and gained weight. Lol. Beautiful ship. So much to do. Beds were comfortable. Clean and tidy. Staff aimed to please. I would recommend this ship to anyone. I’ll bring children next time. They are catered to. Ports of call were fun. Water aqua and clear. Pools were fun and clean. Mixed drinks amazing. Relaxing and refreshing. Loved it. Ready to go again. Central Park was full of trees and flowers and It was extraordinary. Boardwalk was impressive and great food. Promenade had great shopping and I spent too much but saving up to go again. Johnny rockets Had the best burgers and milkshakes ever. The aqua spa had smoothies to die for. You can choose any veggies and fruits and they’ll make fresh juice. Wow. I loved it. Planning my Next cruise now. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
We decided to do a neighborhood cruise from The Villages, FL. on the beautiful Oasis taking the Eastern Caribbean itinerary. This was our 4th cruise on the Oasis and it was good to be back on her. Final call had a total of 49 ... Read More
We decided to do a neighborhood cruise from The Villages, FL. on the beautiful Oasis taking the Eastern Caribbean itinerary. This was our 4th cruise on the Oasis and it was good to be back on her. Final call had a total of 49 cruiser's heading out for 7 days of fun and over indulgence with the many food choices available. The Oasis class ship is our ship of choice with the many venues available any day of the week. Because we had been to all the usual ports many times we chose to stay on board during Port days and enjoyed the solitude available in all the hot tubs and pools and also the non busy eating places that were open. Entertainment was provided by cutthroat games of Sequence to burn up the calories. Embarkation was a nightmare as customs didn't clear the ship for boarding until almost noon thereby guarantying huge winding lines where you visited your neighbor many times over as we weaved our way thru. But finally they cleared the ship for boarding and we were ready for our adventure. We had a basic ocean view balcony that sufficed for the occasion but after being spoiled in suites a few times lately it's never the same. But we were on a cruise so we sucked it up and enjoyed what we had. We ate in the Main Dining room table # 836 @ 5:30 every night and we have never had better service in 20+ cruises with Tejas and Ming Ming bending over backwards to accomodate our every need The basic shows that we've also seen many times were good but "Come Fly With Me" needs to be replaced as it's served it's useful purpose. Aqua Theatre and ice skating show are always entertaining. Sadly the departure date arrived and once again our vaunted Customs Agents delayed everything as in the beginning they had 2 agents to serve 6,000 passengers. It's a shame that in some peoples eyes they blame RCCL for these messes with embark/disembark problems which were not of any of their doing. On the bus ride home our group of 49 all agreed it was a wonderful cruise and everyone had a grand time. You can't ask for a better rating than that. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
We were extremely disappointed. 10 of us sailed for the 1st time on RC. Although I have been on carnival twice n it is a party ship, RC was a huge disappointment. The food was not good in the dining room n Simone was not pleasant at all it ... Read More
We were extremely disappointed. 10 of us sailed for the 1st time on RC. Although I have been on carnival twice n it is a party ship, RC was a huge disappointment. The food was not good in the dining room n Simone was not pleasant at all it was like we were rushed. We were not treated like royality on Oasis always had to go to the bar for drinks. The cruise director was not involved with activities as much as carnival. No deck activities at all. Overall the staff was not friendly at all. The amount of money we paid for this fruise it was a huge disappointment. Couldnt even see all the shows becuz they were all booked. Rooms were not clean. Carpet by the closet was filthy, sheets werent changed all week. Also paid the have an outfit dry cleaned n pressed n it was not cleaned only pressed. Up graded our sons soda card to deluxe for non alcoholic drinks which was 214.00 n went down 2nd day to change it back to soda card becuz he didnt use it n they wld only refund 2 days. I certainly wld not sail RC again becuz of the staff, activities, food n not being able to see all the shows for money we paid for the cruise! Also had s black out on the ship that lasted 1/2 hr. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
We chose RC because we read that it was the best cruise line for handicapped people. It did not disappoint! The service was second to none, especially in the dining room. I loved the Solarium and the fact that no kids were in there. ... Read More
We chose RC because we read that it was the best cruise line for handicapped people. It did not disappoint! The service was second to none, especially in the dining room. I loved the Solarium and the fact that no kids were in there. (I'm a teacher of young children & was recharging!). I was disappointed in the size of the Solarium pool though...it was like a big hot tub. I was also a bit disappointed in the variety of excursions. There were several I could have done in St. Thomas, but the choices for the other two ports were not as plentiful. We loved the Fast Cat snorkeling trip but we were packed in like sardines. It would be better to put a cap on the number going....not only for the boat but for snorkeling. I was kicked in the head more than once because we were all jammed in a small space. (There were 4 or 5 other catamarans in the same area, so it was not only crowded, there were just a few sea turtles and one sting ray.). I loved all of my time on the ship and would have booked it for next year but there were no handicapped balcony rooms left. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
I will start by saying I am a harsh critic, and while there were some issues, overall, I had a fantastic time and Royal Caribbean deserves all of the credit for it!! I went on a girl's vacation with my mom and sister (mom in 60s, ... Read More
I will start by saying I am a harsh critic, and while there were some issues, overall, I had a fantastic time and Royal Caribbean deserves all of the credit for it!! I went on a girl's vacation with my mom and sister (mom in 60s, sister and I in late 20s/early 30s respectively). This was the first time my sister and I had been on a cruise and I must say we are now addicted!! We spent 2 days at Disney before the cruise, but the transportation (Mears Transportation) from Disney to Port Canaveral was great! Wonderful and knowledgeable driver and knew exactly where to go at port. Embarkation only complaint is that we did not realize that we could bypass the big line due to being in a suite. Once we got to the building, we bypassed the rest of the line and went straight through security. Check-in and all was a breeze from there! The ship was spectacular! Huge. Beautiful. Clean. I really liked that they all but forced sanitizer to everyone as you boarded and there were sanitizer stations everywhere, especially at every dining facility. At the Windjammer (the main buffet dining), they sanitized everyone upon entering! Definitely helps to keep the sickness off ship. We explored the ship (some) before going to our room. We had a grand suite which had a King bed (or pull apart to 2 twins?) and a pull out couch. I slept on the couch and slept fine and I have back problems. We had a beautiful 'kitchenette" (it was an island with a mini fridge, a long closet that held all 3 of our clothes, a mirror on each of the closet doors, and about 6 drawers for storage). Our bathroom had a double sink and a bathtub!! After walking around port all day, soaking in that bathtub was amazing!! Our concierge was very nice and informative - we left him a good (cash) tip! We had what was a double balcony I think. It had 2 nice lounge chairs and a table with 2 chairs. We ate breakfast out there on port days. Only complaint about the room is that our safe battery died so it quite working with our passports etc in there, luckily it was a cruising day and when we called about it someone came down within 10 minutes to fix it! Food was AMAZING and I am Gluten Free and always found food to eat. Windjammer was great. Main dining room food was great. A few of our waiters did seem a bit overworked and busy. We were on board over Thanksgiving and had a full ship, so maybe that had something to do with it. Otherwise, it was a good experience. Pizza place was open until 2 or 3am which was great! And when I told them I was gluten free, they made me a whole pizza in about 10-15 minutes!! It was included in the price for the room so I did not have to pay anything extra! Most of the time, the drinks at the pool could have been a little bit stronger, but i did find a few bartenders who made theirs stronger ;) We saw the broadway Cats, which was, a little boring (I really wanted to see it because I love musicals, but was dissapointed a little - but it is an old classic broadway play so that is what you get). Disappointment was due to the plot. The actors were entertaining and wonderful! Come Fly With Me was fantastic! Oh, and the ice show--they did such an amazing job especially considering that they are on a small ice rink and the ship was really rocking that night Ice skating is a very precisional sport, so they were definitely talented to do that while the ship was rocking. Comedy was awesome (I got called out by the headliner, lol). Be aware, I was at the adult show, and when they say adult, they mean adult, but we loved it! My sister really found a new hobby of art collecting while on board through attending the art auctions! Ports of call: Nassau, Bahamas we did the Sea and See Island tour. The sea part was great as we took a boat tour of the bay (the guides were hilarious and pointed out celebrity homes). Then we switched to another boat out in the water that was like a glass submarine underneath. We got to see a lot of different colored fish, sea grass, etc, and we even got to see a sea turtle! The See part was a van ride up to the Queen's staircase and the Fort. We only had 20 minutes and spent some of that time using the facilities. Staircase was great to see but didn't get enough time to go down and back up. Port of call: Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas - We went on the 5 Star Island Tour. We went on a trolley like truck on a scenic view up the mountain to Mountain Top. They have the world famous banana daiquiris. If you love bananas, get one, just trust me! We went out on the balcony and saw a panoramic view of St. Thomas - Gorgeous!! We could see the world famous Magen's Bay beach. Then we drove down to Magen's Bay beach and spend 2 hours there. I am not a water person, but i got in the water there up to my neck and could still see my feet!! White sand beaches, though it was packed that day as there were 3 or 4 cruise ships in port that day. After that, we went into town and did some shopping! Port of Call: Phillipsburg, St. Maarten. What can I say about this place, but I fell in love with it! I want to fly down there and spend a week! The people were incredibly friendly and the place was beautiful and not rundown like St. Thomas was some. Trust me, St. Maarten was worth it! We did the Amazing Race excursion which I highly recommend if you are even just a little competitive. We had some issues communicating between the 3 of us, or it would have been even better. But we really enjoyed it. Keep in mind, you are running at times around town but they do force everyone to take a water break at midpoint which was nice. Overall, I truly enjoyed Oasis of the Seas. It was clean, though you could tell some of it needed some refurbishment, but it is set to go into dry dock just for that in 2019. I would love to go on it again after it is refurbished to see how it could possibly get any better! I am seriously planning my next Royal Caribbean cruise already and I have only been home a month! Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
First time on the Oasis of the Seas and loved every moment of it !! I will not repeat what has been said before about many things in other reviews, but only give you the absolute highlights for us. Central Park is so peaceful and ... Read More
First time on the Oasis of the Seas and loved every moment of it !! I will not repeat what has been said before about many things in other reviews, but only give you the absolute highlights for us. Central Park is so peaceful and beautiful with violin and piano music at night. There are so many choices of venues for breakfast and lunch, that we never felt crowded, but you need to do your homework beforehand or you may miss them. Now at the moment, the Solarium Restaurant up on deck 15 is now complimentary dining for breakfast, lunch, AND Dinner. Dinner is unique in that the appetizers and deserts are buffet style, while the main entrée is cooked to order. Warning -the choices do not change nightly, but with grilled shrimp, chicken kabob and an absolutely tender and delicious New York Strip, you will not be disappointed. And the setting is peaceful. Another sometimes forgotten gem is the Wipeout Café for breakfast. Yes, it is small, but uncrowded with fresh cooked to order omelets. Don’t forget to visit Park Café, especially if you love steamship round of beef sandwiches..well there are just so many places to get free food! We love to dance and on Oasis there are also many dance venues beginning with DAZZLES the beautiful bi-level venue with live band nightly playing music from the 50’s to present. Boleros, the Blaze, the Solarium on some nights (last two with DJs). Have never seen so many people dancing as on this ship. BUT all venues the music was too loud, even with earplugs, which I highly recommend. IF it is listed and you like Dixieland, don’t miss the Oasis orchestra on the Boardwalk with their Dixeland concert. Do plan ahead and book your shows in advance, you do not want to miss any of them, especially Come Fly With Me - so exciting, unique and entertaining. I know CATS is not everyone’s cup of tea, but the talent was superb. The Aqua show and ice show did not disappoint BUT be ready for possible disappointment as rough seas can nix the performances. Another plus for me was that you could actually find places where there was no music during the morning or afternoon. I love music, but I don’t need it constantly. We found all the staff friendly with a fun Activity staff….especially if you have a smile on your face, everybody else seem to brighten up. My wife and I love cruising when we can and walk on with a smile and 99% of the time walk off with a smile. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
I have heard many people talk about this ship so I thought I would give it a try. The agent I spoke with at RCCL gave me a good price, offered me a wine/cheese/fruit basket (which I never got) and some bad advice. Let me preface, I am ... Read More
I have heard many people talk about this ship so I thought I would give it a try. The agent I spoke with at RCCL gave me a good price, offered me a wine/cheese/fruit basket (which I never got) and some bad advice. Let me preface, I am extremely claustrophobic and her and I discussed this...that being said, the bathroom and location of bed in the balcony room was a nightmare for me. Stepping into the shower made me think of beam me up Scotty, it was that small, many complained when they bent over to shave their legs they knocked the door open, I didn't even try. I was too busy hyperventilating and need to get out quick. The shampoo is like water and there is no shower gel. The sink height looks like its for a grade school, it came just about to my lower thigh (and I'm only 5/7). Its extremely low and without any counter space, and I'm not kidding. The counter is approx 6 inches wide from the wall to the sink, thats it.The bedroom area in room had the bed up against the one closet that you can barely get into, no drawers, a few shelves. It is NOT near the sliding glass door and if you plan to watch tv in bed, forget it. The couch across from it is the only place you can really view it from. There is a 3 plug thing on the desk which is nice, and it has 2 drawers. It also has the dryer in there which for my hair was adequate. The ship is broke in to a few different area, the entertainment and shopping floor which is more like a floating mall, Central Park which is lovely and has a lot of pay restaurants, one cafe which is ok especially for specialty coffees. Also the Boardwalk which has a carousel, that was fun, the Aqua theatre, Johnny Rockets (pay), the Doghouse, decent hotdogs, and an icecream/cupcake place (pay) and a few other pay places.Its a cute area. The Windjammer buffet is ok at best, not thrilled with the food choices though I'm sure most people love hotdogs and hamburgers which they always have. The salad bar is lame, just a couple items on it. Desserts are decent. MDR is lovely, food choice not good if you don't eat meat or fish that you have no idea what they are. Staff and service are great though one morning for breakfast was a 35 minute wait for eggs. Cafe Promenade on Deck 5 is ok for a quick sandwich or Sorrento pizza, both open late.The Solarium Bistro was free when we were on the ship and was the best choice for food and waiting time. Cats production was excellent, as was their Headliner show, an Abba group, and their Come Fly with Me acrobats. We also enjoyed the comedians. Lots of pools, lots of people on electric scooters and lots of hot tubs that were pretty hot and no lack of seating. Overall a decent experience, the head waiter was a hoot, he took good care of us, we had a lot of laughs with the staff that are very friendly. The Casino has a non smoking side which was nice. Will I hurry back? no But it was a good experience and a huge ship that had 6500 people on it, and yes, it was crowded but lines weren't as long as you would think. Read Less
Sail Date September 2018
I chose this cruise as I wanted to experience a huge ship- and it did not disappoint me. While there were over 6000 passengers-the only time it felt like that was during boarding and disembarkment. Even then, the process was relatively ... Read More
I chose this cruise as I wanted to experience a huge ship- and it did not disappoint me. While there were over 6000 passengers-the only time it felt like that was during boarding and disembarkment. Even then, the process was relatively smooth for the number of people involved. The gem onboard was the Vintages Wine Bar! The sommelier staff was engaging, knowledgeable and a wonderful asset to the place! The wine list was impressive. And on the first day our group individually described to the sommelier our likes and preferences in wines and asked for a recommendations for each of us. All choices for our group of 6 were perfect! They held 4 wine tastings during the at sea times-French wines, Caymus wines, Italian wines, and a ‘special vintages’ tasting session. All 6 of us attended all of the tastings and were delighted and learned so much about wine and proper food pairings. Additionally, they held a Wine and Food pairing dinner that was a reasonable cost and I can’t say enough about how fabulous this was. It was a very limited number of people for the pairing dinner-and that made it all that much better! You had full attention of the sommelier staff as well as the the kitchen. They made adjustments to menus and assisted with selection of food to fit our individual tastes. It was truly an amazing experience. If you enjoy good food with wine-this is one location you can’t miss! Rohan and Josten are well versed in wine and food. Nemagna and Amaury were wonderful complements to this team! You won’t be disappointed. Next, the beach bungalows for up to 8 people are SO WORTH the cost of $250 for your group! Not only did it give you some distance from the crowds- but you had your own personal attendants to assist with drink procurement and information, and there was respite shade when the sun became too hot. Food in the Windjammer and dining rooms was good, but not great. I have had better on other RC ships. If you are interested in how the ship operates ‘behind the scenes’, the All Access Tour was made for you! All baked goods are prepared and cooked onboard, just the room to prep the meat alone is impressive. The laundry facilities are incredible and massive. And of course the tour of the bridge is the highlight. Your tour guides uses a special microphone to headsets for each person so that you never miss his/her information. Security is tight on board-and it just adds to the feeling of safety for all passengers. The ship itself is just so impressive. The working carousel, Boardwalk, Promenade and multiple theaters just add to the entertainment value of the ship. There are 2 Flow Riders, a short zip line, and lots of pools so that you never feel like your are crowded no matter where you are. Shows and entertainment are spectacular. The jogging track and fitness center are sure to please the active individual. Read Less
Sail Date September 2018
We always use RCCL, for the most part. Years ago we did a week on the Allure, which is the sister ship to the Oasis. Great ship, great amenities, but perhaps a little too big! Service was great, i think the food was just mediocre. We ... Read More
We always use RCCL, for the most part. Years ago we did a week on the Allure, which is the sister ship to the Oasis. Great ship, great amenities, but perhaps a little too big! Service was great, i think the food was just mediocre. We ate in the main dining room, the Solarium, and Coastal Kitchen for our dinners. I found nothing to be "great", just OK. One of the fish dishes was dry and had no taste, as well as the night of lobster tails being very disappointing. Small, dry, tails, definitely overcooked. We liked the Central Park deli for salads and sandwiches, the Solarium was good at breakfast and Johnny Rockets also had a nice "cooked to order" breakfast. The entertainment was good, we especially liked the aqua show. Had no trouble getting seat at the pool as there were only 2 of us. It was a great cruise for the most part. Just disappointed in the food quality and selection. One other warning - Don't let them talk you into a session to take black and white pictures! I was asked by a photographer if i'd like an appointment. I asked a few questions about it first, like "are they handled the same way the other pictures are handled?" (Meaning you pose, if you like the pic, you can buy it. If not, you don't buy it). I was assured it was handled the same way. We spent 15 minutes in the studio posing for said b & w pictures, the next night had to go and see the photos. I liked many of them but was informed that you can't buy an individual picture and that the packages start at a minimum of $500! YIkes, i was annoyed to say the least! First of all about wasting the time for 2 appointments, and then not being about to purchase a single picture! I will never let them talk me into that again! Read Less
Sail Date September 2018
Customer service and majority of staffs working on the cruise have bad service. Extra charge was put on the account. We travel in the middle on high season some of the on board activity was cut back due to under staff and other activity ... Read More
Customer service and majority of staffs working on the cruise have bad service. Extra charge was put on the account. We travel in the middle on high season some of the on board activity was cut back due to under staff and other activity have to wait in line more than 1 hours. Buffet staffs are not friendly. Got 3 main pool was small with so much people water was so cloudy. Main dinning service was great with very friend staffs. Entertainment was good but make sure you make reservation otherwise you have to wait in line and still might not get into the show. Stateroom staffs are friend much more better than buffet staffs. If you are ice cream lover you will be disappointed only available during dinner, there was only 2 ice cream selection strawberry or vanilla. During the day have frozen yogaurt machine but does not work half the time. Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
Ship was huge and beautiful. Service and food was the same. There was a variety of things to do whether you were 2 or 92 years old. Ports of call .. especially St Martin and St Thomas, didn’t disappoint.. exotic and romantic! Areas of ... Read More
Ship was huge and beautiful. Service and food was the same. There was a variety of things to do whether you were 2 or 92 years old. Ports of call .. especially St Martin and St Thomas, didn’t disappoint.. exotic and romantic! Areas of the ship were for 16 and over, and my 16 yr old son felt comfortable and grownup therespent most of our time at sea on the Solarium. My son even spent time on the ice, although the rink was a bit small... Always something to see and do. Central Park was our favorite part of the ship, and the promenade was always active and lively. As for food and beverage, we could always find somewhere to get a bite or a drink... Will book a suite on the next trip.. amazingly spacious and comfortable. Staff went above and beyond to please us. can’t wait for the next trip... Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
Three years ago we were on the Freedom and we had a great time. We thought we would go on the Oasis since it is supposed to be this great ship. We made it focus of our vacation goal. We had seen it in other ports so when we got to ... Read More
Three years ago we were on the Freedom and we had a great time. We thought we would go on the Oasis since it is supposed to be this great ship. We made it focus of our vacation goal. We had seen it in other ports so when we got to the pier it wasn't a big dead to see it, but it is rather big. Embarkation went real well. 6,575 people to get on and really not a line to be found. We were one of the first groups to get on and we headed right to lunch in the Windjammer. Decent selection of food. When i went to go sit down my chair cushion was severely damaged. There was a chunk missing and a long slit. I only mention it because it was one of the first impressions I got from the ship. We at lunch at went out and looked around until 1 p.m. when our room was ready. We explored and we found the elevators are not as "accurate" as they should be. They could not be trusted. You can press the button, you may or may not get there. There as times where you would get on an elevator and it would go up. Stop at 5 stops and with the 6th stop lit up it would skip it and go back down. The elevators became a joke between the passengers. We still kept taking them but every trip was an adventure. The buttons are back lit with blue and just barely a brighter blue when they are selected. We did like our balcony. We were on the AFT by the water shows. Great views, no need to get tickets for the water show! They were really pushing for passengers to download the app to reserve shows, activities, etc. I went through and planned my week. I looked for movies i wanted to see, we had our shows scheduled. We were assigned late seating but we decided to go to early and find a table. It seemed to really confuse our waiter. I am thinking he was new and just did not understand what was going on or something. He was slow and just wasn't that good. Nothing in particular but just wasn't what i was used to on ships. Second day, we were in the Bahamas. We were all set for our snorkeling excursion. We could tell it was going to rain and we were delayed waiting to go. Then the rain started. We rushed under a canopy. Turned out to be side to side rain, so much for seeking cover/ After waiting for 30 minutes the tour group cancelled the excursion. We headed back onto the ship. We though there might be something on the ship to do. For some reason we expected there to be some activities scheduled on the ship. There wasn't. The crew was doing a safety drill. We found it interesting how much the crew did not know what their roles were during the drills. Maybe we just got a bunch of new staff. There was some that did not know if they were the leader or not, some did not know what their role would be, or their secondary role. It was almost surreal. Off to early dinner again, we were seated and this time Jose was our waiter. He was so much better than the previous night's waiter. It was great. Things were starting to look up. Tuesday was a sea day. I went off to the Cruise Critic meet and mingle. I think we had somewhere around 35-40 sign up to go. 8 showed up. Everyone got two prizes. There was no talk from the crew, they just handed out prizes and left. Then we headed off to our guacamole class. The class was a cluster. The lady starts by saying saying the lady that normally teaches the class is in training. The lady somewhat tried but she had clearly never done it before. When it was over we had no idea on how to make guac on our own. She made it and never went over portions. She did go over ingredients but she talked so softly we dont know what she said. I could go on an on. The bottom line is they made it up to us with strawberries sent to the room and a free dinner at the Mexican restaurant. Looking back with as much as was cancelled this cruise they really should have cancelled the class. We were offered a free dinner in Sabor to make up for it. We did a few activities and even took a nap at one point. We ended up going to our assigned seating and turns out we had fantastic staff. John and Jing Jing were great. They were so good that we never tried to go first seating again. The first water show was cancelled but they were going to put it on anyway. There was a performer that was hurt and I am thinking she wanted to see if she could the show. It was fun to watch. They kept the late show scheduled and preformed that one. It is a good show. We were excited to see the rest of their shows during the week. Little did we know at the time that would be the last show that would happen on the ship. I am lost in the way they were all cancelled but the pool had hydraulic fluid leak into it and had to be fixed. They cleaned it all up only to have it happen again. Cats and the other show which name eludes me at this moment but they were cancelled because of a broken part that would put the performers at risk. turns out we were just unlucky I guess. Wednesday was St. Thomas day. We went up to Mountain Top and i do recommend it the view was fantastic. It really was. On the way up you can still see how much damage last year's hurricanes did. Power was fully restored just 3 months ago. Thursday was St. Marteen. We headed to the beach and had a great time. We were there 18 months ago and the damage here was pretty bad as well. Most of the stores were open and the water was great. It was lobster night for dinner. I do have to say it was one of the better ship lobsters i have ever had. They were full lobster tails. On Freedom we had half tails. The next two days were sea days. At this point it became apparent that the Royal App was not being updated once things were cancelled. Items that were listed just did not happen. Movies that were scheduled werent playing, etc. Oddly enough there was a couple of what was called "misprints" in the Compass. Things scheduled for Saturday were listed in Friday's Compass. Really left me scratching my head to tell you the truth. We did go to trivia and dance lessons and a couple of other items. Oddly enough, they seemed to schedule them in rooms too small for what showed up to participate. We went to Chops for lunch. It was good food. The lobster bisque in the MDR is not real good. I dont think there is any cream in it at all. I even found a shell in mine. Anyway, dont go to Chops to get Lobster Bisque for lunch or a baked potato. The sides were the worst thing on the menu but i guess thats a good thing for a steak restaurant isnt it? The desserts were on par with the MDR. I had finished my steak pretty fast adn the waiter asked me if there was something wrong with my plate. My wife replied "there isnt a steak on it!" He brought me a second one! The sauces that went with the steak were great as well. Day 7 was probably our best day of the cruise. We enjoyed the day. Too bad it was day 7. Guess there wasn't much more they could cancel was there? Oh wait, we went to the Martini class and instead of there being 7 or 8 people like they wanted there was only 5. So they cancelled the class. However, this one worked out for us as the bartender stuck around and gave us a couple of samples. Not the full class but we did get a couple of free martinis. Sunday arrived and it was time to go. My brother picked us up so we hung out in the MDR until he was close enough. We walked straight out to his car - stopping at customs of course - right when he got there. The lobster tails on night 6 were some of the best i have ever had. I wont tell you had many i had. I think one of them was less than spectacular. All in all it was ok - the ship lacked a special WOW factor that was promised by Royal. I doubt we even think about going on the Oasis class again. The cancellations really hurt. On a ship there is always something to do but when everything you want to do keeps getting cancelled or in the case of the guac class should have been cancelled, it takes the wind out of your sail. The employees were for the most part all very excellent. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
We chose this cruise to travel with family to celebrate our sons 21st and our daughters 18th birthdays. The ship is amazing and we loved the Central Park area, the food was of a high quality in all venues. Our main disappointment was the ... Read More
We chose this cruise to travel with family to celebrate our sons 21st and our daughters 18th birthdays. The ship is amazing and we loved the Central Park area, the food was of a high quality in all venues. Our main disappointment was the entertainment. Before travelling we had booked all the high end shows to ensure we saw them, unfortunately all of them were cancelled idue to technical difficulties, with little or no notification. This included the diving show, Comd fly with me and Cats. Whilst we appreciate things can go wrong and health and safety must be taken into consideration, we feel that in a premium ship they should have back up plans and better alternative entertainment. The alternative entertainment that was laid on was sub standard, with out of tune singers. Despite speaking to Guest services twice and Miami and been promised a call back we are still waiting. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
We chose this cruise ship because we wanted to try a lot of onboard activities. The good: -we loved our “indoor balcony” that overlooked Cental Park. Beautiful plants and often music -we loved the food. Sorrentos has the best ... Read More
We chose this cruise ship because we wanted to try a lot of onboard activities. The good: -we loved our “indoor balcony” that overlooked Cental Park. Beautiful plants and often music -we loved the food. Sorrentos has the best cruise ship pizza ever. We had heard that the Windjammer was crazy, but it really depended on the time. It usually wasn’t too bad and it had a great selection of food. The Solarium bistro was lovely for breakfast. -the dive show (Oasis of Dreams) was incredible! -the photographers were great. There were lots of opportunities to have pictures taken -the solarium was a relaxing and kid-free place. We enjoyed the various types of lounge chairs and the whirlpools. -the app was a great way to keep up with what was going on during the day and to find your way around the ship. You can also make reservations through the app. -the rock wall was fun and challenging. The equipment for the rock wall, zip line, and flow rider was all in great condition -we loved the outdoor movies in the Aqua Theater The Bad: -two big shows were cancelled due to an equipment failure. The replacement shows were thrown together at the last minute and were not great. They were mostly singers. Most of the music was from the 60’s and 70’s. This did not appeal to most people on board. Very disappointing when we were expecting to see Cats and an acrobatic show called Come Fly with Me. -several game shows (Family Feud, the Liars Club, and the Perfect Couple for example) were held in small venues. There was standing room only and many people still could not attend because of lack of space. Also disappointing. -the mattress in our room was old and uncomfortable. It would have been nice if the room temperature would have gone down to 70 degrees. It was a bit warm -the pools were packed! We didn’t even attempt to get in them -we bought the soda package. We received a cup. The cup was large but the lid was not leakproof. There were a few soda refill machines around the ship. It was nice to not have to wait at the bar for refills, but there should have been more machines. Also the machines were often out of ice. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
We picked this ship because it is really large. With our Star Class, getting on and off the boat was always easy. Our Genie took care of us so we waited very little. The ship has lots to do, is clean and absolutely beautiful. Our cabin ... Read More
We picked this ship because it is really large. With our Star Class, getting on and off the boat was always easy. Our Genie took care of us so we waited very little. The ship has lots to do, is clean and absolutely beautiful. Our cabin was a suite. There are 2 suites bigger than ours but they don't sleep but 4 or 6. Ours sleeps 8 and was spacious. The views were great, the balcony was amazing and the service was above and beyond my expectations. Being Star Class definitely made us feel like Royalty! Your personal Genie caters to your every need. I had 4 fourteen year old boys and they had a blast. Plenty for them to do socially and they love sports. They were occupied at all times and I always felt they were safe and supervised. They loved the 24 hour room service! The entertainment was awesome. We saw Cats, the Aqua theater water show, the ice skating show, the comedy show and all of the bands and singers. We missed some shows, just ran out of time. All of the shows and bands were great! Some of our group did other events and loved them all. My husband played poker and gave it a big thumbs up. The staff at all levels are very accommodating and kind. They work hard and seem to be happy to serve. The food was delicious and we ate way too much! The shore excursions were typical. Ours was not described accurately for St. Thomas (said 2 beaches but was only 1 and rushed). It was snorkeling too and not many fish. Nassau at Atlantis is crowded and the rain closed it for a bit. But there is a beach and it has jet skis for rent and other water activities. St. Maarten was our best! Sea Trek and they threw in some snorkeling. We saw lots of fish there. Then we found a Zip line on our own afterwards that Royal Caribbean does not sell and it was the best of all. It was a zip line plus you could ride an inner tube down the mountain. Just need more time at all the stops. Typical for a cruise but there is always a rush and of course, lots of people. But everyone was friendly and we always felt safe. Bring cash off ship for extras! Jet skis Etc want cash. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
I would highly recommend the Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Sea to anyone, especially as a honeymoon, but really for any sort of vacation or occasion. We had a balcony room on Deck 12 which was a very nice room, we enjoyed being able to sit ... Read More
I would highly recommend the Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Sea to anyone, especially as a honeymoon, but really for any sort of vacation or occasion. We had a balcony room on Deck 12 which was a very nice room, we enjoyed being able to sit out on the balcony in the morning/evening or when we were coming into port. Our stateroom attendant, Jermaine, consistently went above and beyond to make us feel at home, highly personable, went of his way to ensure everything in our room was to our satisfaction and along with the other housekeeping staff did what they could to make us feel special on our honeymoon. We cannot say enough wonderful things about Jermaine. The food and service in the American Icon dining room were top notch. We were so impressed by our servers (which having been a server in the past, I'm a fairly tough critic), we actually reserved at table in their section every night. Trust the waitstaff recommendations on dinner options, every time we selected something they had recommended we were highly pleased with it. Honestly, don't bother spending the money on the specialty restaurants. We went to one and talked to other couples who went to a couple of the others and all of us agreed, that the food in the dining room was just as good if not better and the service was better than in the specialty restaurants. And for some great drinks in a really nice atmosphere check out the Trellis Bar in the Central Park Deck 8 area of the ship. Jude and his fellow bartenders always treated us great. The activities on the ship were a lot of fun too. You could make the trip as relaxed or as busy as you wanted. We loved the Honeymooner's get together - what a great idea to give all of us a chance to get to know each other. We forged a friendship with another couple that began in part through our attendance at the Honeymooner's get together. We also absolutely loved the night time game shows (love and marriage, battle of the sexes, quest, perfect couple, etc) and attended every one. As a singer, the Rock a Rokie karaoke with the band was so much fun, definitely something you should keep.The headliner show, ice show, and aqua theater show were all amazing. We didn't get to see the Come Fly with Me show because of technical difficulties -- we were disappointed but of course everything can't be perfect. But they did offer up other activities in its place. The quality of the entertainment was truly top notch. Our ports were Bahamas, St. Thomas, and St. Maarten. We did the Blue Lagoon Dolphin Swim in the Bahamas. This was a bucket-list item for me and my husband and it was worth every penny we paid for it. We each got a "foot push" by the dolphins, got a dolphin hug, kiss, danced with them in the water, and more. Neither of us will ever forget that. At St. Thomas we went snorkeling and on a catamaran sail ride. The snorkeling was ok, we saw a lot of turtles and our guides were great, but I wish the area we snorkeled in had more coral reef or colorful fish. Finally in St. Maarten, we took it a little easier and went on an island tour by bus to see both sides of the island, did a little shopping, and took tons of pictures. All in all, it was the most amazing honeymoon we could ask for. Thank you Royal Caribbean and Oasis of the Seas! We will definitely be back! Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
We went on a 7- night cruise for our 10th anniversary and I don't think we could have made a better choice. Royal Caribbean does such an amazingjob with everything: food, service, entertainment. You can really tell that everyone on ... Read More
We went on a 7- night cruise for our 10th anniversary and I don't think we could have made a better choice. Royal Caribbean does such an amazingjob with everything: food, service, entertainment. You can really tell that everyone on that vessel takes great pride in their work and ship. Highly recommend this cruise! The excursion options were great. Each stop had something to offer, some the same and some unique to the locations. The daily itineraries they deliver each night along with the shopping guide are so helpful in planning your next day: whether it's figuring when to do what or what time the eateries will be open or letting you know the currency of your next destination or even what time you can catch the sunrise. We constantly referred back to those. And of you left yours in your room, there were some available at the customer service desk. There is no way to be bored on board either. There is so much to do. Again, I highly recommend this cruise experience. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
This is my 3rd time on the beautiful Oasis. I have also sailed on her sister ship the Allure. As far as ships go, the Oasis is awesome. The Aqua Show and the Ice Show are fantastic. I think the Broadway show Cats the Musical is a poor ... Read More
This is my 3rd time on the beautiful Oasis. I have also sailed on her sister ship the Allure. As far as ships go, the Oasis is awesome. The Aqua Show and the Ice Show are fantastic. I think the Broadway show Cats the Musical is a poor choice for a cruise and not only was the theater not full but more than half of the guests left mid-show...not because the performers were not talented but because the show is just weird. As far as my overall experience, let me just share that I am almost a "diamond plus" member for RCCL and I have been very loyal to their brand for almost 20 years. Not any more! I was appalled at the constant "nickel and diming". I knew in advance that for the four cabins I was paying for (3 central park balconies and one junior suite) that with the alcohol package, specialty dining, excursions etc. that I would be paying just about $20,000.00 for the cruise. Little did I know that where popcorn used to be free, they now charge your $2.50 (plus 18% service fee) for a tiny little bag. Room service used to be free - now $7.95 plus the 18% service fee. My spin class had a $20 charge but then they added the 18% service fee (and the instructor was horrible - didn't even stretch us at the end of class. When questioned about not stretching he said that in "boot camp" - which also has a surcharge, they will stretch me!!!). When have any of you ever paid your aerobics instructor a tip? Toooooo Much! Cupcake class - surcharge, sushi class - surcharge, tour of the kitchen (used to be free) - now $30 plus 18%, craft workshop - surcharge, card making - surcharge, body sculpt - surcharge, spin class - surcharge, yoga - surcharge, wine tasting - surcharge - even with the alcohol package!!!! I would much prefer that I was charged $22,000 (vs. $20,000) and EVERYTHING (with the exception of specialty dining, alcohol and gambling) was included. On to the never ending service charges.... Years ago, staff members worked very hard to secure their tip. These were the days when service was excellent. The harder the staff member worked to make your vacation as perfect as possible, the more money they made. About 8 years ago, the cruise lines decided to change this and offer prepaid gratuities. This wasn't such a bad concept because it alleviated the need to hand out cash on the last night to all that helped make your trip special. This has completely taken a wrong turn! For this trip, I prepaid ALL gratuities for my entire crew. Because I know that these service fees are shared among the entire crew, I always bring a few hundred dollars in singles to hand out to the staff member that does something "special". I paid so many service fees, I gave up on handing out the singles. My one specialty dining waitress even suggested that I tip her because she will not see the 18% that I prepaid. If I am paying $180 in specialty dining service charges and the waitress is not seeing any of it (or very little), then where is it going? Do I really need to tip her more one top of the $180? The very last night, My cabin steward gave me an envelope that said "tip,tip hooray" for extra good service. Yes, he did a good job but he was already tipped when I prepaid my gratuities. Do I need to give more than the prepaid amount when he was just doing his job - nothing more, nothing less? You cannot have it both ways Royal - either remove the auto-gratuities - which will promote the excellent customer service you once offered - where your staff earned their tips...or put it in place for your cabin stewards and wait staff ONLY! My next cruise will be with Norwegian Cruise Lines. I like the concept of FREE alcohol, gratuity, excursions, internet and specialty dining!!! Ps. I prepaid the arcade card for my teens to get the online discount - at least half of the games were not in working order. Pay a little extra and buy the arcade cards on ship so you don't overbuy like I did. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
Pre holiday in Orlando added to cruise experience and ship was huge with lots to do. Staff in silk dining room were great but man on towel return very grumpy. Perhaps he should try something else. He was very abrupt. Accommodation very ... Read More
Pre holiday in Orlando added to cruise experience and ship was huge with lots to do. Staff in silk dining room were great but man on towel return very grumpy. Perhaps he should try something else. He was very abrupt. Accommodation very good but central park seemed better for those with no kids. Lovely calm atmosphere whilst BoaRd walk was a little more child friendly. Would stayou in central park next time as a couple. Evening there were very relaying. The entertainment- Finasty Henderson. Comedy shows . Ice show were all great but Cats was too long and a bit boring. Good production but just a boring show can't believe it's so successful. Many walked out while we watched it. Activities during day were varied and interesting but the Art auction and all the hype for Diamond do sales were a bit tedious and irritating. Sales for other goods were also over hyped and mainly overpriced. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
I, my fiancee and her adult daughter, wanted to experience a cruise on one of the Oasis - class ships. We booked the Oasis of the Seas, and it was fabulous! I had never been on such a large ship before, and I was worried about how crowded ... Read More
I, my fiancee and her adult daughter, wanted to experience a cruise on one of the Oasis - class ships. We booked the Oasis of the Seas, and it was fabulous! I had never been on such a large ship before, and I was worried about how crowded everything might be, especially since I use a scooter. My worries were without basis, since the ship was easily-accessible and the staff we encountered were terrific. Our embarkation was incredibly fast and without any issues. Disembarkation was the same, even though we decided to handle our own luggage. Everyone made it so easy, and I was pleasantly surprised at how smoothly it went. My fiancee and I had a Jr Suite with an oversized balcony, which was spacious and very comfortable. I use a scooter and I was pleasantly surprised at how much room there was for my scooter to be parked and even, turn around. Although we had signed up for "My Time Dining", we soon fell in love with the Windjammer, with so may options. Even though it was buffet-style, there was an overwhelming choice of food, with multiple desserts and more choices for appetizers, sides, entrees, etc. And best of all, you could go up for as many trips as you could fit! LOL Entertainment was professional and very high quality, which I would expect at locations like Las Vegas. We especially enjoyed the performance of Cats and the rock 'n roll revue, but every show we attended was wonderful. If you can't find something to do every minute of every day, then it's all your fault! There is something for everyone, and if nothing else, there are many pools and hot tubs available. Look for the free custard (cone) machines - they were a wonderful way to cool down after swimming or sunning. Drink service was also excellent, with staff coming around regularly to bring you your favorite drink. Our shore excursions were lots of fun, including our tour of the Atlantis at Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas. This resort is one of the best in the world, with lots of things to see and do. I stayed at the Atlantis in 1998 and there is so much more to it now. Make sure you get to see the amazing aquarium, with sharks, barracuda, manta rays, and many other genus of fish. Unfortunately, St Thomas did not offer any accessible tours, however, we made do with nearby shops, bars and restaurants. There was also free entertainment at the port (steel drum band). Our stopover at St. Maarten/St Martin, was good, with an accessible tour available. Our one disappointment was that there is still a lot of residual damage from hurricanes Irma and Maria, with missing roofs, walls and lots of tree damage. It was sad to see all the damage, especially after having been in St Maarten in 2009 and enjoying t very much. Overall, we were thrilled with our cruise and we look forward to another one soon. Whether you are a veteran cruiser or a newbie, Royal Caribbean knows how to treat you and you will soon be convinced that cruising is a great vacation alternative and experience. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
We chose this ship because it was the largest we have been on and the ports that it went to we have never been to. The employees were wonderful. The casino was good but would like more of a varity of slot machines. I would also play more ... Read More
We chose this ship because it was the largest we have been on and the ports that it went to we have never been to. The employees were wonderful. The casino was good but would like more of a varity of slot machines. I would also play more of the card tables if they had lower limits. So many pools that if i had brought kids they would have loved it. I talked to a few of the teenagers on bourd to see how they liked it to know if my teenage grandkids would want to go on this ship and all of them said they loved it. Also all the other activities like the zip line, wave runner, rock climbing and putt putt golf was great. The Chop Grill was over the top great. The windjammer had everything imanginable to eat and the Slomaron was a great place to go to also. The entertainment as always with Royal Caribben was very entertaining. A great ship and I highly recommend it. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
I wanted a seven-night cruise that would visit a few interesting ports in the Caribbean. This was my third cruise with Royal Caribbean and they have always delivered the best experience. My reason for the trip was to give two of my ... Read More
I wanted a seven-night cruise that would visit a few interesting ports in the Caribbean. This was my third cruise with Royal Caribbean and they have always delivered the best experience. My reason for the trip was to give two of my granddaughters a wonderful trip as graduation presents. I traveled with a college graduate, high school graduate, and their little sister (15). The ship I chose was the Oasis of the Seas after reviewing all of the entertainment offered for young people. Oasis is beyond amazing, From the Promenade deck (5), where one can find all kinds of shopping opportunities, guest services, pizza restaurant, and cafe, to the boardwalk on deck 6 with lots of eateries and a big carousel for kids and adults, there is no shortage of places to shop and visit. The top deck with multiple pools and flow riders (simulates surfing), ping pong tables, sky bars, latin music (bands) and numerous water competitions kept my girls occupied for seven straight days. The crew throughout the ship was dedicated to their mission of making sure that each and every guest was having the dream vacation they imagined. Guest services solved several of our problems with ease and a good spirit. One of our sea pass cards failed to open the cabin door and another sea pass needed to be replaced owing to tanning oil, which smeared all of the information on the front of the card. As for the port itself, Port Canaveral is an attractive port to sail from and return. It is easy to park with a five-minute walk to the entrance. However, it is a bit pricey (137.00 for 7 nights). There is off port parking for half that price only five minutes away, a service that I wished I had known about beforehand. The shore excursions on St. Maarten and San Juan were okay, but St. Maarten is still suffering from the effects of Hurricane Irma--damage was extensive. San Juan was okay, but I was hoping for a Caribbean flavor; instead, San Juan is very much an American city and looks like most of the larger cities in Florida. The three-hour tour gave us a nice overview of some of the important buildings, but beware, this tour advertises a trip to the Americas Mall, which means that most of the tour time is spent walking around a mall that Americans can find in any of their home cities. Labadee was by far the best shore excursion. Like everything else that Royal Caribbean does, the trip to Labadee was superb. RC has invested quite a bit of money into making it a tropical paradise, complete with numerous beaches furnished with beach loungers, dining gazebos and outside grills manned by RC's culinary team, drink stations, zip lines, wave runners, and scores of other beach activities. Labadee is a must see. And lastly, the food on Royal Caribbean will not disappoint. Daily menus are innovative and the quality of the food and its preparation made our dining experience something to look forward to every day. I am sure that many folks who cruise or want to cruise will hunt for the best deals. I, too, want the "biggest bang" for my buck and I believe that Royal Caribbean delivered on that point as well. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
Amazing ship with lots to do! The destinations were absolutely phenomenal. wonderful crew and friendly wait staff. The food was good in both the buffet areas and main dinning room. Everything about this ship was awesome! Nice size pool ... Read More
Amazing ship with lots to do! The destinations were absolutely phenomenal. wonderful crew and friendly wait staff. The food was good in both the buffet areas and main dinning room. Everything about this ship was awesome! Nice size pool area with separate area for kids. Very very clean. This was my first cruise so i was not sure what to expect but the Oasis of the Seas blew me away with all the fun and different activities. there is something for everyone on this ship! We did Shore excursions at every port. I highly recommend the Trunk Bay snorkel excursion, it was by far the coolest thing i have ever done and see, absolutely beautiful! I was neck deep in the water and could see my feet and i am about 5'7! We got to see the most beautiful fish while snorkeling around the coral. Breath taking! If you are looking to take a cruise this is the ship you need to take it on! From the time we stepped on till we departed from the boat was an absolute blast and good time! Memories were made for a lifetime! Read Less
Sail Date May 2018
Oasis of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.4
Dining 4.0 4.1
Entertainment 5.0 4.4
Public Rooms 5.0 4.5
Fitness Recreation 3.0 4.3
Family 5.0 4.3
Shore Excursion 3.0 3.9
Enrichment 1.0 3.9
Service 4.0 4.4
Value For Money 3.0 3.9
Rates 5.0 3.8

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