November 26, 2008 | Comments 0

Oasis Of the Seas Floats For the First Time

oasis_03-150x1501The much awaited Oasis of the Seas made its debut floating out ceremony recently. After more than a year of anticipation, Royal Caribbean is already seeing their dream come true, as the final year for the ship’s outfitting starts in only a matter of weeks. The design of the ship’s interior promises spectacular Caribbean family vacations for all.

Oasis of the Seas will be sporting a Central Park, an outdoor garden with live plants, a boardwalk and an antique carousel. Easily the most anticipated feature of the new ship is the Aqua theater. Children will surely enjoy the aqua-acrobatics and dives. The pool area will have an amphitheater and will be located at the ship’s hull. For moms and dads, the Rising Tide Bar will surely take their breath away. The glass paneled elevator will descend from the Central Park to the Royal Promenade while drinks are being served for guesys enjoying the spectacular architecture of this central area. A taste of the old and new will be welcomed by many, as Royal Caribbean continues its promise to delight everyone’s stomachs with their palate pleasing restaurants. Giovanni’s Table will be serving Italian cuisine; while other favorites like Johnny Rockets, Chops Grille and Sorrento’s continue pleasuring our taste buds with their unique gastronomy.

For sports enthusiasts, the skating rink, rock climbing walls, boxing arena, basketball court and surf park are all a must try. Royal Caribbean has surely thought of everything to make their Caribbean family vacations an experience to remember for years to come.

If you are excited about embarking on tropical vacations in 2009, be one of the first to experience the wonders of the Oasis of the Seas. The maiden voyage of the RCI’s new ship is set on December of 2009, just in time for the holidays. Contact Royal Caribbean if you are interested in any of their all inclusive tropical vacations.

Bookmark and Share



Entry Information

Filed Under: News

Tags:

RSSPost a Comment  |  Trackback URL