Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Oasis of the Sea

The biggest cruiser in this century, The Oasis of The Sea, five times bigger than Titanic, will begin sailing on Sunday (November 1st, 2009) from Denmark to New York. This luxurious floating hotel has 2,700 rooms, encompass 220,000 gross tons and carry 6,300 passengers and 2,100 crews. It’s fantastic. This ship owned by Royal Caribbean International and built by STX Finland took six years and cost US$ 1.5 billion. This ship have small golf field, ice arena, open air theater with more 750 seats. Also have indoor theater with loaded capacity till 1,300 seats. It measures a staggering 16 decks high, or 65 meter (213 feet) above the waterline, and measures 1,180ft long and 154 ft wide.

Ship Highlights
7 distinctly designed neighborhoods including:
Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness
solo and couple massage suites
youth spa
complete hair and makeup services
158 state-of-the-art cardio and resistance machines
pilates, kickboxing, yoga and spinning classes
Vitality Café
Pool and Sports Zone
H2O Zone aqua park for kids
4 pools and 10 whirlpools
tranquil poolside Solarium area
2 Flowriders®, sports courts, mini-golf and Zip line
Solarium Bistro, Wipe Out Café and Bar
Entertainment Place
Casino Royale
Studio B, featuring ice shows
Opal Theater - 1,380-seat venue
Blaze Nightclub, Jazz on 4, Comedy Live
Dazzles, featuring musical spectacles ranging from big band to disco
Youth Zone
Play - open gym and activity area
Adventure Ocean Theater and Science Lab
The Workshop - includes activities such as jewelry making & scrapbooking
Royal Babies & Royal Tots - nursery service
Teen Areas including Fuel disco, The Living Room lounge, the Back Deck and more


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  2. wow... sounds really good! I like the "ship higlights" and "pool and sport zone".. Reaaaallly tempted :) Wish I could afford it