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Oasis of the Seas Cruise Ship
Attracting families, active couples, and solo cruisers alike, the Oasis of the Seas is an action-packed mega-ship. With two rock climbing walls, an ice skating rink, Flowrider surf simulator, as well as plenty of indoor activities like sports, movies, and games in the theater – there’s something for everyone on board.
Pools and Outdoor Attractions
Oasis stands out with its split pool deck, featuring sections on either side of the superstructure. Here you can choose from beach style pools, sports pools or the H2O Zone water park with slides and splash park for junior cruisers. There are also several hot tubs and private cabanas flank each of four pools.
Oasis also features the longest jogging track on any cruise ship – more than twice the length of an Olympic-size track! Situated on Deck 5, it’s perfect for getting some exercise without all of the people.
Other exciting outdoor attractions include the AquaTheater, which looks like a prankster’s amusement park and features a simulated rainforest. Plus, you can scale 40-foot rock climbing walls in Boardwalk neighborhood or skate on Studio B ice rink that also hosts Ice Capades-type shows.
At Oasis you can play mini-golf on their course that’s the size of a tennis court. Or if you’re feeling daring, check out their glass-launching slide on the sports deck!
Entertainment, Dining & Other Attractions
Oasis of the Seas offers an array of entertainment options from Broadway musicals to themed party nights and lounges. Catch a show at Royal Theater or other venues. Guests can also enjoy live music or comedy shows, plus Dazzles Nightclub offers views of the Boardwalk!
Onboard Oasis, you’ll discover an array of captivating art pieces and sculptures throughout the ship. Plus, visit “Small Wonder” gallery to view smaller works displayed around the vessel.
On Oasis of the Seas, there are approximately 40 artworks to view through a special viewfinder in some public rooms. Not only are these artworks stunningly beautiful, but many offer captivating perspectives as you gaze upon them.
Some of these artworks are placed outside the ship, allowing guests to get up close and even touch them. Others reside inside the vessel as well.
Other unique attractions on Oasis of the Seas include Flowrider, a surf simulator that doubles as a boogie board, and Bionic Bar with robotic bartenders mixing drinks. Though somewhat gimmicky, this bar is worth visiting at least once during your cruise.
You should also visit the Vitality at Sea Spa & Fitness center, featuring a large gym and multiple massage treatment areas. There’s also the Solarium, an adult-only indoor/outdoor space. Not forgetting all those restaurants, bars, and casinos nearby; Central Park – an open-air tropical garden that spans across Deck 8 with alfresco seating nooks and sculptures galore!