The floating cities of Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas
The floating city and one of the largest cruisers in the world is called Oasis of the Seas. Cruising on this cruiser will meet the demands of even the most demanding and picky guests / passengers. This cruises-ship is owned by Royal Carribean International, a renowned worldwide shipping company known for innovative designs, luxury boats and superior service.
Number of double rooms: 2706
Cabins with balcony: 1956
Outside cabins: 254
Internal cabins: 496
With extra bed: 683
When boarding the boat, you can see the perfect organization. You get a card that contains your information: room number, dinner table number, photo compartment number, emergency center number. The card is the room key and an internal credit card with which you pay for all off-boarding services. There is no danger of losing the card because everyone you show it to has your photo and there is no abuse of the card.
The cabins have a sleeping area, a seating area, ample closets, a work or toilet table, a bathroom with a shower, an LCD with all boat information, internet and TV. Almost all cabins have balconies. For guests who want special accommodations, there are lofts on the back floor of the boat with large terraces and additional amenities. The fascinating fact is that this ship has 108 catering spaces (restaurants, bars, pastry shops, night clubs). There are well-known brands like Johnny Rockets, Seafood Shack, Cup Cake, Vitality Bar and many more. The incredible feeling is that at dinner sit in a fancy 3-story main restaurant dominated by a large chandelier without feeling crowded. There is entertainment for all generations on board: animation, sports fields, swimming pools and research laboratories. Adrenaline-seeking passengers can climb the wall or lower the cable through the center of the ship.
Length of the boat: 360 meters
Ship width: 64 meters
Height (from waterline): 65 meters
Travel Speed: 22.6 knots
Number of lifts in a ship: 2 lifts
Number of passengers: 5400 (two passengers in one cabin)
Maximum number of passengers: 6296
Crew members: 2165 (almost 100 countries).
The Oasis of the Seas cruiser ship has the identical sister ship Allure of the Seas.