2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
The ship and the port is close to our home, the staff was friendly and the service was great. we love Royal Caribbean. the dining in the dining room was great, the windjammer service was great the food selection could of been better. the ... Read More
The ship and the port is close to our home, the staff was friendly and the service was great. we love Royal Caribbean. the dining in the dining room was great, the windjammer service was great the food selection could of been better. the room was clean and the room attendant did a great job, room was always clean and Ryan always took care of our needs. the staff in the dining room table 150 was great, never had to ask for anything. the entertainment was not the best, we have been on other cruises when the entertainment was great, not real impressed with the shows. The ice show was good and the water show was good, as far as the shows in the theater we were not impressed, cats was too long and Abracadabra was not the best. like i said we have seen better entertainment on the other cruises we were on. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2011
We are in our 40s and have been on over 40 cruises, so we know what cruising is all about. We are also Diamond members of RCCL. This review has a summary then paragraphs following to expand on each summary item for easy of reading. ... Read More
We are in our 40s and have been on over 40 cruises, so we know what cruising is all about. We are also Diamond members of RCCL. This review has a summary then paragraphs following to expand on each summary item for easy of reading. Cruise on the Oasis if you like 1. to be herded like cattle everywhere you go 2. enjoy standing in lines for everything you do 3. enjoy waiting all day for elevators 4. enjoy waiting more than an hour every time you need to speak to customer service 5. to pay for almost everything as an extra 6. have the worst main dining room food of the major cruise lines, just as bad as carnival main dining room 7. be told to GET OUT of the buffet while you are eating 8. been bombarded with sales pitch for everything on top of all the other extras they charge you for 9. have disgusting food as your only only 24 hour food option in the Promenade Cafe 1. to be herded like cattle everywhere you go 2. enjoy standing in lines for everything you do We sailed Christmas week and there was over 6,300 passengers and almost 3,000 crew on thse ship, that is over 9,000 people. There was not one place you could go to get away from crowds, except the cabin. Everywhere we went there was a line. 3. enjoy waiting all day for elevators Waiting for the two sets of elevators, one set at the front and one set at the back was always a tiresome. Most time by the time the elevator got to the floor we were waiting on, it was packed, so you have to wait for another elevator or a 3rd elevator. Many people just got on any elevator regardless of the direction. 4. enjoy waiting more than an hour every time you need to speak to customer service Seriously, 5 to 6 customer service reps for a ship with over 6,300 passengers, do the math. It would not be so bad if they didn't mess up every request we made. Customer service should be at least 3 times the size, but RCCL doesn't care about customer service, they only care about charging you for everything they can. Also, once to do get to a customer service rep, they are very rude, they could at least act as if they cared about our concerns. 5. to pay for almost everything as an extra Remember these words before you get on board HOW MUCH IS THAT, as they charge for everything, even room service. They even have paid food from the specialty restaurants on the main dining room menu, a first on any cruise ship. But they dont put that first in the brochures or on the web site. 6. have the worst main dining room food of the major cruise lines, just as bad as carnival main dining room The food the whole week was almost inedible. I actually lost 3 pounds on this cruise and I normally gain 5 pounds on other cruises. That is how bad the main dining room food is and that is why they add paid items to the menu from the specialty restaurants. To get good food, they force you to go to the paid speciality restaurants. More ka ching for RCCL. Also the food in the much heralded Central Park Cafe is OK, but not great, but when you don't have anything good to eat, it becomes great food. 7. be told to leave the buffet every 15 minutes while you are eating One day while we were having breakfast in the windjammer buffet, they were blasting an announcement on the speakers so loud we couldn't even talk. IF YOU ARE FINISHED GET OUT. I couldn't believe it, another first RCCL doesn't place in the brochures or web site. The nerve of RCCL, everyone paid a lot of money and I mean a lot of money to sail on the ship and to be told IF YOU ARE FINISHED GET OUT repeatedly is ridiculous. 8. been bombarded with sales pitch for everything on top of all the other extras they charge you for It is impossible to take a walk in the promenade without been asked to buy something. Come on RCCL, cut down on the sales and send more people to actual provide customer service to the people sailing on board. 9. have disgusting food as your only only 24 hour food option in the Promenade Cafe I have a real beef with the only 24 food option available on the ship. Promenade Cafe is a small pick your own food restaurant. First there is never any place to sit, RCCL only has 1 overloaded person cleaning the tables, everyone else is selling. Second, the small sandwiches that are served are completely disgusting. No one that is starving would even eat that food. The only other option is room service, but wait for it, they charge you to deliver the food to your cabin. More ka ching for RCCL. We paid 35,000 for 4 balconies on this ship. What a waste of money and a waste of a week of our lives. Never again RCCL. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2018
For our 30th anniversary and we have never been on a Royal Caribbean cruise but we have heard how great they were. The room was very small and it was a balcony. The steward was excellent . The main dining room is good and the service was ... Read More
For our 30th anniversary and we have never been on a Royal Caribbean cruise but we have heard how great they were. The room was very small and it was a balcony. The steward was excellent . The main dining room is good and the service was excellent but they should have a better menu selection. The buffet was good but very crowded . I like how they find a table for you but the menu was only ok. The recreation activities were excellent with no crowds. The 150 Central Park restaurant was excellent but the other fancy restaurants are too expensive because they have fees + a la cart options . The shows were all disjointed and made no sense. They do have some very talented performers but not good story lines. The fitness and spa area was over priced and there fitness staff is unqualified but that is the same on all cruise lines. They promote alcohol way too much and shopping is too much also. The cruise director was very low energy and boring. We had issues with our excursions because my wife was sick and customer did nothing to try and fix it. Labadee Haiti was beautiful and I will go back. The ship is huge but very easy to navigate. I liked the art auctions and the ship was beautiful. Embarkation was horrible it took 2 hours to board and we were early. Even though we had issues I will go back. Read Less
12 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2018
Second time on Oasis, fourth overall time cruising with RC. I was a loyal customer to RC, first two times cruising were on Freedom Class ships. Went on Oasis 2 years ago and had a blast, just back from Oasis, not pleased. So I'm going ... Read More
Second time on Oasis, fourth overall time cruising with RC. I was a loyal customer to RC, first two times cruising were on Freedom Class ships. Went on Oasis 2 years ago and had a blast, just back from Oasis, not pleased. So I'm going to jump around I'm sure while I type this out so I apologize. Lets begin with our first stop, the beautiful RC resort of Labadee. We never got off. Unfortunately, last minute the captain came over and said we were not going to be docking due to the waves coming over the pier right where its about to connect to land. We were no more than 25-30 feet away from the pier and ready to dock. I got up early to watch and was able to see the waves going over the pier, yes they were splashing over but it was not terrible. The forecast was for a sunny day. My complaint is, there was no waiting a little bit to see if things got better. I say this because the wind was dying down and the sun was supposed to come out. We just pulled back out and left, no explanation from the captain that the weather forecast was not favorable for the waves to die down in the near future. Just backed out of the port and left. Good news was we were going to get into Falmouth two hours early. Great, right? Wrong. We booked an excursion and due to the meeting time, would not have enough time to explore. You'd think since were going earlier, our excursion would be earlier right? Wrong. Prior to the new arrival time, we had accepted that exploring outside of the excursion time frame was not feasible. But with the new arrival time, we were initially excited but in the long end of it, didn't mean anything to people who booked excursions. We did the Dunns river falls and bamboo beach club excursion. yes it was neat to see the falls but you spend 1/4 of the day standing/sitting around waiting and a 1/4 of the day driving (that's understandable). Also to the two older Danish women who were on my bus and i hope read this, thanks for wasting 45 minutes of everyone's time trying on 10 pairs of water shoes, we should have left you on that island. FUN FACT: I was told from multiple people that Disney and RC were going to stop going to Falmouth and ending their contract or however they do it. Why? The island is supposedly dangerous (haha) and the people are very pushy. But due to the recent hurricanes and destruction of other ports, RC was "forced" to sign another two year contract. The last stop was Cozumel, which the captain said would be partly sunny. So we booked a last minute beach excursion because we missed the beach time at Labadee. It poured ALL DAY. So the frustration was high. Side note, if you do a beach excursion that includes alcohol, be weary of the bottom shelf tequila your served. You may find yourself basking in the sea enjoying your down pouring cloudy day, to gargling sea water and dying on your beach chair. (gotta make light of this all right?) Great i think that covers the ports. NEXT! RC i think cut out a lot of daily at sea activities compared to my time on Oasis two years ago. Which i have no idea why. But what they do have now for activities is still pretty good. Booked the comedy show for an at sea day online well before the cruise date because its impossible to get in if you don't. Well for some reason it never showed up when we got onto the ship. Went to guest services and they couldn't do anything because the shows now, were all booked. Very frustrating. Anyone going on this ship in the very near future, look at the air intake vent right above your cabin door inside the room. Use your flashlight on your phone so you can see inside the vent. Yes you will be breathing that all in on your trip. For those wondering, it was caked in dust and god only knows what else. It was absolutely disgusting. I don't blame the stateroom attendant because its clearly a HVAC persons job since then vent cover has screws that need to be undone to clean inside of it. That's definitely not the state room attendants job. Room was cleaned at least twice a day and have no complaints there, she did a great job. Dining room was great and staff were fantastic. Food was great in there. Windjammer cafe, well its buffet food, it was as good as buffet food will ever be. Bars were great but service on the pool decks was very slow, but then again those were at sea days and the weather was great so there was a lot of people on the decks getting lost in the sauce. Staff in general were great but did occasionally find a bartender who seemed grumpy, but with that many guests, I'm sure they had their fair share of impossible to please guests. If you decide to hang out in the the Solarium on one of those fantastic looking lounge chairs. Just be weary and double check them before you commit to that one. Many are old and sagging a lot, or even torn. Found myself on more than one occasion having to move because I was laying on top of the aluminum supports underneath the fabric. Not comfortable for a day you planned on relaxing. But last complaint for anyone who may not have noticed. The points on cruises from their older benefits tiers have changed. I have cruised 34 days in total and am somehow short one point to the next level above gold. I called RC and after a brief conversation consisting in short of me being told to pound sand, I still am a gold member, remember people I have cruised 34 days with them and am still in the first level. If i book another cruise with them, do i get to reap the benefits of the next tier after day one of my cruise? NOPE! I do not get to enjoy anything until the cruise after. For those of you who had made it this far reading the review, no I do not live close enough to a port to do a quick 3 day cruise with RC. All in all, it will be a very long time till I sail with RC again, if at all. Princess cruise lines, your up next, I've heard great things. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
Got a last minute deal and was closer to drive for us Windjammer breakfast was poor, overdried toats,dried waffles,hard pastries (croissants,donuts for the whole week),missing fruits, missing tables and lots dirty tables. Main dining ... Read More
Got a last minute deal and was closer to drive for us Windjammer breakfast was poor, overdried toats,dried waffles,hard pastries (croissants,donuts for the whole week),missing fruits, missing tables and lots dirty tables. Main dining room for supper :often tables not ready (wait time 20 min) food overcooked (fish,lobster,lasagna) and often not hot,(lukewarm) often brought coffe after we had finished our desserts.. People not very friendly compared to other ships We have cruised over 30 times. Our luggage had the handle broken when arrived in our room ,ok they fixed it but it was brand new. Often washroom was missing soap at different floors and Royal had just had bad experience with over 300 passengers sick about 2 weeks earlier,we figured the ship would be always clean and spotless (not the case). Plus side,stateroom attendant very good and room kept well cleaned. Very good shows and headliner show,good spa experience. Guest service after midnite is limited to only 1 employee ,so expect long delays especially on the last night. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2017
I chose royal carribean having heard of its reputation as the largest and best cruise liner. I have previously travelled on princess and Msc cruise ships but unfortunately the overall experience did not match up to these two cruise lines. ... Read More
I chose royal carribean having heard of its reputation as the largest and best cruise liner. I have previously travelled on princess and Msc cruise ships but unfortunately the overall experience did not match up to these two cruise lines. The ports St. Thomas, San Juan and labadee were really poor, as were all the excursions. Be aware that there’s nothing to do in San Juan activity wise except walk around and also you do not experience the true Haiti in labadee, it’s private royal carribean land that is denied to the natives and sugar coated. Royal carribean expect to be tipped on absolutely everything- where’s the rationality in charging a gratatuity of $13.50 for a box of popcorn which cost $2.50.....? The food in the main dining room was really decent, but the same could not be said for the windjammer cafe, especially at lunch time. The choice of desserts was disappointing and exactly the same everyday- they just changed the colour of the cakes and who wants soggy bread and butter pudding with vanilla sauce everyday(why couldn’t they serve custard, cream or ice cream)? The captain drove the ship quickly and my partner and I were sea sick half the time so we missed out on many activities, unfortunately medication did not work for us Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2017
I booked Eastern Caribbean, due to the hurricanes beating up Puerto Rico and St. Martin the original ports. RC decided to drop us off in the Bahamas and Mexico. Rather than providing a discount or refund for a Western Caribbean cruise that ... Read More
I booked Eastern Caribbean, due to the hurricanes beating up Puerto Rico and St. Martin the original ports. RC decided to drop us off in the Bahamas and Mexico. Rather than providing a discount or refund for a Western Caribbean cruise that I didn't want, having been to the Bahamas and Mexico. I wanted off this cruise and they would not even offer me a refund ! Costa Maya is a filthy, poor, hell hole and Cozumel is only slightly better be ware do not venture off the beaten path ! Thank God for Senor Frogs in the Bahamas and Jimmy Buffet's in Cozumel or it would have been a totally bad day at port. The ship is huge, gorgeous and clean. The dinner menu in the main dining room was very good but I felt it could have had a few more choices of fish other than Salmon. TIPS Don't go off the beaten path in Costa Maya or Cozumel Disembarkation get a porter, it goes faster and easier Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
We were celebrating our 50th Wedding Anniversary and looking forward to visiting the islands. We requested a salt free diet and always on RCL we meet with the Head Waiter each night prior to dinner to go over the menu and select meals ... Read More
We were celebrating our 50th Wedding Anniversary and looking forward to visiting the islands. We requested a salt free diet and always on RCL we meet with the Head Waiter each night prior to dinner to go over the menu and select meals that can be made without salt. However, on Oasis of the Seas, this task is left to the waiter - unfortunately, our waiter was clueless on which foods come naturally with salt - and every evening was unable to remember what our table guests had ordered. On more than one occasion he served my husband food laden with salt. The Head Waiter apologized, but it was too little too late. My husband suffered fluid build up around his lungs and had trouble breathing. After two days of slowly getting worse - even though we stopped going to the dining room - he went to the doctor and was placed din the hospital's ward for most of the day - the doctor treated him for the fluid and did manage to reduce the swelling and eased his breathing. We lost 3 days of our celebration cruise - spent it in the cabin - horrendous. We did receive a note of apology from the Head Waiter acknowledging the mistake. We received a bill for $1,200 from the doctor. I requested a meeting with the Officer in charge of food and beverage as well as guest services. On the last day of the cruise I was invited to address my concern. The F&B Manager had spoken with the Head Waiter who indicated that my husband had been served the correct food and that only on one occasion was there a "mistake". I produced the card of apology and then the F&B Manager asked why I waited 3 days to go to the doctor and pointed out that I signed a form saying that I would pay for medical services. This added insult to injury - I did notice that not one of the other three Officers made any comments - not sure why, but if I had been an Officer and listened to the F&B Manager, I would have been most disturbed that he tried to cover up the problem and put the onus on my husband. This is no indication of the excellent dining room service afforded us on all other RCL ships - we are Diamond members and have thoroughly enjoyed working with the Head Waiters - who do know which foods can accommodate sodium free diets - and who do have knowledgeable waiters. The F&B Manager said that as a "courtesy" to me being a loyal Diamond member, he would refund the $1,200. I did not consider this a "courtesy" at all - and was furious when I left the meeting. Needless to say, our 50th Wedding Anniversary was one we will never forget - I've seen more than enough of our cabin on Oasis of the Seas to last me a lifetime. If you do have need of a special diet - do not tolerate inefficient and incompetent waiters - make sure you ONLY meet with the Head Waiter each night to review dinner for the following evening. Make sure he or she understands which foods have natural salt - ask questions - reconfirm every night that each item you are served contains no foods like ham, etc. If you know that you have not been served salt free items, report it to the Food and Beverage Manager and insist that you are moved to another table. Our table guests were all Diamond and Diamond Plus members - and each one of them had problems with incorrect meals. It is a shame that the waiter - who claimed to have 17 years under his belt - is allowed to risk the lives of RCL's guests. For the first 3 days, we enjoyed all the amenities of the Oasis of the Seas - although the ports of call were changed, we have cruised them many times, so were not too upset that we went to Mexico instead of St. Martin and San Juan (due to Hurricane Irma). We found the entertainment superb - although we only managed to see "Cats" (a production that surpasses Broadway) and the diving show - having over 6,000 passengers it was amazing that the shows were not crowded. Our cabin was wonderful - bed was extremely comfortable and entire cabin was cleaned each day by a steward that we rarely managed to see. Being in the center of the ship was also a plus (we had booked this cruise the previous year while on board another Royal Caribbean cruise and the representative chose the cabin for us) It was delightful to relax around the ship during the day. There were always enough lounge chairs around the pools and spas - and the solarium was a great place to relax sans children!!!! Having a merry-go-round and outdoor fun interactive giant busses, boats, etc., for the children to have fun was great for grandparents who brought their grandchildren - add ice skating and the water park was enough to keep children happy throughout the day. Although we were not able to enjoy more than a few days on the ship, we will continue cruising with Royal Caribbean - but will make absolutely sure on the next occasion that we meet initially with the Head Waiter, the Chef, the Food and Beverage Manager - and the Waiter (making sure the waiter is equipped to handle passengers with special needs). In addition, I would suggest that if you are going to eat from the buffet, you also speak personally with the chef so that your food can be specially prepared. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2017
This cruise came highly recommended to us by my parents, who had been on this ship and cruise twice before and loved it. We invited them to join us, and they were so excited to do so again. By the time the week was over, they were ... Read More
This cruise came highly recommended to us by my parents, who had been on this ship and cruise twice before and loved it. We invited them to join us, and they were so excited to do so again. By the time the week was over, they were mortified at all the changes and at our experience. Upon embarking on the ship, we entered into QVC on the Water hell, we felt like we were trapped in a time share sales nightmare, where every time we turned around, someone was hocking more fees and things to buy, nonstop. It started with the gourmet restaurant packages where every 5 steps someone was trying to sell these to us, which went on for about 4 hours or so, until we could get to our cabin and hide. After that it was the drink packages, then the nonstop merchandise sales.. and it goes on and on. The dining room staff - OMG. We ate the first night in the Silk dining room, which was a nightmare, where our table literally bordered the aisle, so every time someone came in, walked around, left.. they were walking right by my shoulders, because the tables were right on the aisle. There was no room to move the table in. I spoke to the Maitre D Lucien for a table change, whose repeated answer was he would try but could not guarantee a change. The idea of eating another meal so stressed (the atmosphere was circus-like) was just unacceptable. I shared that with him, and got the same answer. Upon not getting a change message by the next day, we changed to the call ahead room instead. While they gave us a little big of grief over the change, with the manager sending us back and forth between rooms, once this was done, this dining room was a joy, waiters were amazing, the guy who was in charge of the dinner service there was so personable - it was such a relief. And the food was delicious. Eating in the Windjammer if you slept past 10 or during lunch when the dining room was closed was a nightmare. The pictures were horrible. These people need to learn to take pictures! Poses were boring but moreso, they take them from straight on or lower, instead of above you, so you always look like a potato, regardless of your body type. They didnt put any pics in my parents folder, and were very impatient and rude when my parents explained that viewing the pictures with all the lines and patterns on the pictures through their digital system was too difficult for them (they are over 75 in age). They promised to print them out by 6 the next day, at 10 when she still had done, the manager snarked at her that he was too busy to print them. The water show was AMAZING, we loved it! Pass on CATS and the ice skating. The rink is so small, these poor skaters were falling, I was terrified for them. They had an additional show on the second to last night supposedly for adults, but the line was sooooo long and wrapped around the boat with teens, we could not get in. My parents were pretty shocked considering this show previously had been a bit racy and not for kids younger than 18. In a boat of 6000 people, this was very poorly planned. This is to say nothing of the air conditioning that is freezing during the day and got turned off every night around 1-2 a.m. so we would wake up roasting. When i called, they sent 2 flunkies to test it, there was no air coming out.. and they said the room was 68 - not quite. I was in tears by Wednesday night at the guest services desk. The gentleman there was very understanding, told me to wait 30 mins and in fact it got fixed for the rest of the week. Our room was wonderful, very spacious, it was an outside cabin with a window. It actually was in the very front of the boat, it was great. Our steward was the best too. I loved the piano bar and dancing in the club downstairs was fun. LOVED Solaris, where no little kids at the pool or on deck. They have these huge round comfy chairs two of you can sit on and just watch the ocean. Food there is good too. This is a very big ship- but not a ton to do. There are A LOT of people, 6000, and after a day or so in sea, everyone is stir crazy. Too many kids during this time.. some people literally brought their kids into the bars at 11:30 at night, the poor kids were sleeping in the chairs sitting up, where there not enough seats for those of us wanting to dance. One person even parked their stroller in there - no one said anything, i thought this was very poorly managed. The ports were great. We went to St. Martin, Puerto Rico and Haiti. Shortest time spent in Puerto Rico, we had to be back by 1:30, which was really disappointing. Instead they needed extra time in Haiti, which was sooooo hot and buggy, big Zika virus zone, so wished we could have had extra time in Puerto Rico, no bugs during the day at least. If you are looking for a relaxing experience, this is not the venue. If you like the hustle and bustle, dont mind 25 people in an elevator and the nickel and diming, you will have a great time. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2017
Everything about the ship's appearance is spot on! Clean, spacious, comfortable! Dining is kind of hit and miss, but I thoroughly enjoyed the variety in Windjammer! It must be known that we were on this cruise for a wedding - my ... Read More
Everything about the ship's appearance is spot on! Clean, spacious, comfortable! Dining is kind of hit and miss, but I thoroughly enjoyed the variety in Windjammer! It must be known that we were on this cruise for a wedding - my boyfriend's sister got married on St. Thomas, and while there were a few hiccups getting from ship to site, it was a beautiful ceremony in the end! Also, the Stateroom Attendants are a friendly bunch; they work hard and really do their best to ensure you're happiness with your stateroom! The excursions are fun and worth the pretty penny but you have to really dive in and make the most of it! Don't just sit aside because you might miss something! As for dining, the best place by far is the Windjammer on the upper decks! Best views, best food, great crew! Loved the ice show the most! The Aqua one was fun, but unfortunately our "Come Fly With Me" was cancelled due to a thunderstorm. Good thing too, it was quite rocky! Safety first! However, Oasis of the Seas seems to have a problem with being upfront about what they are charging you for onboard. It was our very FIRST cruise, and we knew nothing about the little things, such as the pool towels needing to be returned or else you get charged $25 per towel! There was no sign on the stand, and no one said anything when we checked them out, so we didn't know until Day 4 and by then we were missing one towel. It's frustrating, because on Day 1 six of our party checked out towels under one person and well... none of those got returned because we didn't know how it worked. I will also say that aside from a handful of people, the crew is very bad at pretending to care and following up. They're obvious with their contempt at Guest Services (or at least the man attempting to 'help' me was) and during a massage the therapist wouldn't stop saying how she is overworked and underpaid and how someone died last week that used to work with her on this same ship. ( It wasn't very relaxing). It was kind of unfair that you paid a mandatory gratuity, and then got that kind of service. I tried to be kind and cheerful and most of the time I got a deadfish look back... I assume it was fatigue but still, to have it constantly? It was the same for the rest of our group as well, for the most part. I know that some of these things seem obvious now, or to people who are used to cruises but I can honestly say that thanks to Oasis of the Seas, my boyfriend and I as well as our families, will not be going on a cruise again. If we do, it won't be with Royal Caribbean. Read Less
Oasis of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 5.0 0.0
Public Rooms 5.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 3.0 0.0
Family 5.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 3.0 0.0
Enrichment 1.0 0.0
Service 4.0 0.0
Value For Money 3.0 0.0
Rates 5.0 0.0

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