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You can expect between 5484 to 6307 passengers on a typical sailing. This means that at the higher number (usually peak and holiday sailings) Oasis of the Seas has a space ratio of 35.7 . (A space ratio less than 33 means that you may find the ship crowded in areas. A space ratio greater than 39 means that there should be plenty of space for each passenger.) When this ship isn't sailing at capacity the space ratio can be as good as 41.1.
The Oasis of the Seas has 2150 crew members on board. There are 3 passengers for every crew member on board. There are no self serve laundromats on this cruise ship.
The ship last major refurbishment was in 2014 .
There are 17 decks on this ship. The highest deck number is 18. The number of decks with passenger cabins is 11.
The following ships share the same class as this ship. This means the basic design and layout of the ship is the same. For the most part the cabins will be identical among these ships, but may be decorated differently.
2009 - Oasis of the Seas
2010 - Allure of the Seas
2016 - Harmony of the Seas
2018 - Symphony of the Seas
There are 46 special needs cabins on this ship. These cabins have been modified for accessibility purposes.
Designed under the name "Project Genesis". She was ordered in February 2006. Her keel was laid down on December 11, 2007 at the Aker Yards in Turku, Finland. In May 2008 she was named Oasis of the Seas after a contest was held to name the new ship.
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Sky Loft Suite TL
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The cruise line seperates the different categories (Inside, Oceanview, Balcony) into subcategories. The only difference in the subcategories is usually location on the ship. The detail above shows subcategory color, category name, and subcategory name. For detailed information, mouse over a cabin on the deck plans and a pop up window will appear. You will find diagrams, pictures and information about that cabin category including square footage and features.
Royal Caribbean uses a number followed by letter to denote the type of cabin. Cabins are ranked from the lowest number first to the highest number and also from the lowest letter first to the highest letter. Therefore a category that begins with 1 is consider a better cabin choice than one that begins with 3. The type of cabin is defined by the letter that appears after the number.
Letters Q and R define a spacious inside cabin that is good for families. Letter T defines a promenade view stateroom. Letters U,V,W define a interior cabin.
Spacious oceanview cabins are defined by letter K. Panoramic oceanview cabins are defined with the letters P and L. Letters M, N defines a Oceanview cabin. Letter S defines a boardwalk view cabin.
Family balconies are defined by the letter A. Spacious balconies are defined by the letter B. Regular balcony cabins use the letters C,D,E,F. A Boardwalk view balcony uses the letters I,J.
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= Connecting staterooms
= Four pullman beds
= Handicapped facilities
= Obstructed View
= One pullman bed
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