Archive for the ‘Oasis of the Seas’ Category
Lois Geller is a friend I initially met on Twitter. Recently she took a trip on Oasis of the Seas. Being that it has been over two years since I sailed on her for a two day cruise to nowhere inaugural, I asked if she would write a current review of her experience. Here is what she wrote for her guest review of Oasis of the Seas:
Relaxing, unwinding and unplugging
Oasis of the Seas Aquatheater Water Fountain Test run
Oasis of the Seas Aquatheater High Diver into the pool
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We have just returned from our two day tour on Oasis of the Seas. Instead of a normal review, We thought we would share some secrets we discovered on this cruise. Honestly it is hard to give an honest review on what is essentially a preview, a shakedown cruise. With the various charge dining areas open for free and free drinks, it is hard to tell what flow patterns will be like. Offer something up free and THEY WILL COME!
Here just a few photos from Oasis of the Seas. The powers that be have decided that we cannot stowaway for another cruise and are making Laura and get off the ship. We will have much more details about this ship as you cruise along with us. Royal Caribbean really has set the bar high in the cruise world.
Enjoy our photos and come back here as we share our memories of our short cruise. Imagine holding your wedding or vow renewal ceremony aboard Oasis of the Seas.
It is Midnight on the Oasis of the Seas and the party on board is just getting started. We have been going since before 5AM this morning to get showered for our flight and as Cruise Director Ken Rush told us, we can sleep when we get home.
We have toured staterooms in a variety of categories from the luxurious Royal Loft Suite to the more modest Family Ocean View staterooms. I am sitting typing this in my ocean view balcony stateroom next to the door which is open. I can hear the gentle lapping of the ocean waves against the ship. What a way to fall asleep, but not yet.