OASIS  of the  SEAS

IMO 9383936

Registered Owner: Oasis of the Seas Inc. - USA - Beneficial owner: Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.- USA - Operator: Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.- USA

Entered service: 2009 - Refit: 2014/2019 - Gross tonnage: 225.282  - Pass. cap. lower beds: 5408 - All berths: 6360 - Crew: 2160 -  Passenger decks: 16 - Length: 361 m.-  Beam: 47 m. - Wide: 66 meters at its widest point - Height from sea level 65 / 72 m - Draft: 9,3 m. - Drive: diesel/electric: 6 diesel engines make: Wärtsilä - 3 type 12V46 and 3 type 16V46 - total output 97.020 kW. - Propulsion: 3 Azipods 20.000 kW. each - Service speed: 22,6 knots - Built: STX Europe (former Akeryards)  - Finland - Yard no:1363 - Classification: DNV/GL. - Flag: Bahamas

Sisterships:  Allure of the Seas (2010) - Harmony of the Seas (2016) - Symphony of the Seas (2018) - N/N (2021)

 Passenger space ratio all berths  35,42
Sept.2019Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas  entering the shipyard in Cadiz, Spain. Over the next six weeks, new features will be added to the ship including the tallest slide at sea – Ultimate Abyss; The Perfect Storm trio of waterslides, a reimagined, Caribbean pool deck; new kids and teens spaces transformed from top to bottom and more.

April 3-2019 Following a crane falling on the Oasis of the Seas at Grand Bahama Shipyard, the 2009-built ship will now move to Cadiz, Spain, for unscheduled repairs ahead of her European season. Royal Caribbean has cancelled its April 7, April 14 and April 21 sailings. The Oasis started the week in Freeport for a repair on one of the ship's azipods.Eight crew were said to be injured following the crane collapse, although none are said to be in serious condition. Images posted on social media show a large crane leaning against the ship, as well as broken into pieces in the ship's aft AquaTheater.

May 2019-Oasis of the Seas marks its 10th anniversary with Royal Caribbean Interntional's largest amplification: $165m.
The 63-day modernization at Navantia in Cádiz includes a reimagined, Caribbean-inspired pool deck featuring Splashaway Bay for kids and The Lime & Coconut signature bar, the Quantum-class staple Music Hall, the Perfect Storm trio of waterslides and the tallest slide at sea, Ultimate Abyss.The amplified Oasis will set sail Nov. 24-2019, beginning seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises from the new Terminal A at PortMiami.

Changes made to the ship during a dry dock oct. 2014 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The world's largest cruise ship is both adding and removing features during the overhaul to rearrange for the new Dynamic Dining concept to be rolled out, and many changes affect onboard eateries. Opus Dining Room is being removed on three of the ship's decks, and other notable removals include the popular Viking Crown Lounge and Pinnacle Lounge and Pinnacle Chapel. Eight new eateries will be added and include: American Icon Grill, The Grande, Silk, Sabor, and Boardwalk Dog House. A handful of new retail shops and several new cabins are also being added to the ship.




            All interior images of courtesy RCCL if not otherwise stated.
24 passenger elevators 4 bow thrusters with 7,500 horse power each
2,704 staterooms Diameter of bow propellers 4.1 m
1,956 balconies of which 1,481 open to the outdoors Diameter of pod propellers 6.1 m
475 balconies in the Central Park / Boardwalk areas

Central Park featuring 12,175 plants, 62 grapevines, 56 trees and bamboos, the tallest ones being over 7.3 m.

676 staterooms with extra bed, 46 suited for wheelchair The Aqua Theater pool is 5,4 m deep, seating for 580 guests

22 different stateroom categories, suite 156 m2, normal stateroom 18 m2

Two sittings in the main dining room, 3,100 seats
26,000 seats for passengers only

Promenade 19 x 135 m

18 lifeboats, 370 persons per lifeboat 1,358 seats in the theater and 789 seats in Studio B

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courtesy royal carbbean

          The drawing is before the last modificationsin oct.2014 See above for the list of modifications.

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