Royal Caribbean has completed a $165 million renovation of Oasis of the Seas, the original, ground-breaking Oasis-class cruise ship that once held the title of “World’s Largest Cruise Ship” when she debuted in 2009.
The ship, enhanced as part of Royal Caribbean’s ‘Royal Amplified’ program, gained a number of new features, venues and experiences including new dining options, top-deck thrills and more.
New Food & Dining Options
Portside BBQ – Royal Caribbean’s first barbecue restaurant serves best-in-class barbecue from across the United States.
Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade – Featuring 80 TVs, arcade games, a VIP area, food and ice-cold beer.
Bionic Bar – The popular robot bartenders finally make it to the original Oasis-class ship.
El Loco Fresh – Offering made-to-order tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and more.
Sugar Beach – Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy 220 types of candy and a new ice cream window.
Top Deck Features
The Ultimate Abyss – 10-story dry slide, the tallest at sea.
Enhanced pool deck – Featuring Splashaway Bay kids aquapark, The Lime & Coconut, hammocks, in-pool loungers, live music and more.
The Perfect Storm – Trio of multistory water slides – Typhoon, Cyclone and Supercell – add thrills to the pool deck.
New Entertainment Options
Aqua80 – A brand-new AquaTheater show with high dives and acrobatics set to iconic tunes from the 80s. Guests will take a spin back to a totally radical decade.
One Sky – A new production show in the Royal Theater takes travelers through a journey of discovery with music and choreography that explores human connections.
Spotlight Karaoke – Dedicated karaoke spot where passengers can rock out to their favorite tunes at the venue’s main stage or a private rooms.
Music Hall – Live music venue comes to the Oasis Class with live cover bands, dance floor, pool table and intimate seating across two levels.
Updated Adventure Ocean – The award-winning children program’s major makeover encourages young guests to choose their own adventures across an entirely new layout.
Social298 – A new teen lounge with gaming consoles, music, movies, places to hang out and a new outdoor deck known as The Patio.
Glow-in-the-dark laser tag – In Clash for the Crystal City, two teams – the Yetis and Snowshifters – battle to take control of the mythical ice city.
Royal Escape Room – Mission Control: Apollo 18 – Guests walk into a replica of the original Apollo Mission Control Room, take their stations, and must maneuver a series of mind-bending puzzles to successfully launch Apollo 18.
Guests can now check-in for their Oasis of the Seas cruise via the Royal Caribbean mobile app, and onboard, passengers can access digital stateroom keys, tv remote control and other digital features through the app.
Oasis of the Seas sails 7 night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises from Miami through May 2020, when she will relocate to Bayonne New Jersey’s Port Liberty to become the largest cruise ship to ever home port in the New York City-area.
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