Whether it’s the Central Park modeled on an English garden or the Royal Promenade, there’s something about this ship that makes you feel at home. That’s because the design of Oasis of the Seas is intentionally intimate, even with its gargantuan size.

In the Royal Theater, you’ll find Broadway-style shows like CATS, while the Aqua Theater and Studio B feature acrobatics and ice skating performances.

Pool & Sports Zone

This sprawling Oasis Class neighborhood recalls Coney Island’s iconic piers with a handcrafted wooden carousel, classic carnival games and the amphitheater-style AquaTheater. Here you’ll also find the first beach pool at sea and the longest jogging track on a ship (2.4 laps equals a mile).

Deck six is all about getting active with two FlowRider surf simulators, the kids’ H2O Zone splash-and-spray playground dominated by octopus tentacles that spray water, a wading and current pool, and an adult-only Solarium. Plus, the Sports Court hosts rock climbing walls, a basketball, volleyball and soccer court, and Royal Caribbean favorites like Mini Golf.

This is also the home of the Vitality at Sea Spa, where you can get pampered with a hot stone massage or an acupuncture session and work up a sweat with yoga classes and personal training sessions. You can even eat healthy with the Vitality Café’s fresh, flavorful menu. Then, shake your groove thing at the Lime and Coconut bars for some daytime or nighttime dancing.

Aqua Theater

Featuring two huge 10-meter high platforms in the stern pool area and water ballets synchronized with music and lights, the Aqua Theater at the aft of the ship’s Boardwalk neighborhood celebrates water in spectacular fashion. The venue is also a platform for high-diving, hair-raising acrobatics.

The aft-facing Aqua Theater Suites have huge wraparound balconies and bird’s eye views of the Aqua Theater, as well as separate bedrooms (twin beds convertible to double) and bathrooms. During the day, guests can swim in the theater’s magnificent kidney-shaped pool and at night, watch heart-pounding Aqua Theater performances on giant dual screens affixed to both sides of the stage.

The two Aqua Theater Suites are categorized as “Sky Class” cabins and include exclusive access to the luxurious and private “Suite Sun Zone”; unlimited Suite Lounge access, luxury bath products, Memory Foam Pillow Top Mattress, unlimited Thermal Suite access, free Internet, Luxury brands bottled water, in-cabin dining and suite-exclusive complimentary breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Coastal Kitchen restaurant. Sky Class passengers also get to skip the regular line at the Royal Theater and AquaTheater.


The family-favorite Oasis Class neighborhood evokes images of Coney Island and the seaside piers that dot the coast of England with its colorful handcrafted wooden carousel, classic carnival games and the amphitheater-style AquaTheater where daredevils perform deck defying stunts and white-knuckle dives into the deepest pool at sea. The open-air stretch also hosts rock climbing walls, casual kid-friendly restaurants and more, making the Boardwalk a fun mix of floating city and amusement park.

Then there’s Entertainment Place, home to the hottest nightlife onboard. This is where you’ll find jazz at On Air Club, a speakeasy-inspired cocktail lounge, karaoke and dazzling performances on ice in Studio B.

Kids will love AO Kids, which offers structured programming like science experiments and craft sessions along with games of dodgeball, foosball and video games. And teens can hang out in Social 298, a space just for them.

Cabin Hallways

Often, when you’re on a cruise ship, the hallways are long, dark and sometimes it can be difficult to tell whether you’re coming or going. But on Oasis of the Seas, the ship designers added door markers to help guests navigate their way around.

Oasis of the Seas is the first of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class ships and one of the largest cruise ships afloat. It was built in Turku, Finland by Aker Yards.

The ship has 2796 staterooms, including 176 suites. Cabin categories include interior, oceanview and balcony staterooms. All cabins come with two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, a sitting area, a smart HDTV and an en suite bathroom with WC, shower, single-sink vanity, hairdryer and bath products. All cabins are non-smoking. Accessible cruising staterooms feature wider doors, roll-in showers and grab bars. All public restrooms have stalls with automatic doors, and most dining and bar venues offer wheelchair seating.