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October 02, 2009

Oasis of the Seas . . . new photos!

The Oasis of the Seas is a brand new ship being built by Royal Caribbean International. If you haven't yet heard, this ship will be the largest at sea.

Royal Caribbean is excited to launch this ship in November 2009 to travel agents and then to the public in December. Its first cruise is December 1st for 4 nights roundtrip Fort Lauderdale, FL. Then it will offer weekly 7 days cruises to the Eastern Caribbean islands of St. Thomas, St. Maarten and Nassau/Bahamas.

They've just started adding furniture to the ship. I've included pictures below.

H20 Zone:
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Video Arcade:
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Teen Dance Floor:
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The ceiling is a mirror so look carefully! :)

Science Lab (for the kids):
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Richard Fain is quoted saying this about the kids area onboard Oasis of the Seas "Our philosophy has two distinct objectives. Firstly, we try to make the activities so entertaining for kids and teens that they enjoy themselves. Our Adventure Ocean program has been incredibly successful. Once a kid samples it, we have a customer for life (and don?t kid yourself that the parent has any say).

The second objective is to have such great activities for the kids and teens that they have no interest in going to the adult areas. We do have adult areas onboard where only adults are admitted, but the best way to keep kids out the adult spaces is to have such wonderful dedicated kid spaces that they don?t want to go into the adult equivalents."

Written by Denise Blackmore

Posted by Denise at October 2, 2009 01:57 PM
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