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This was a great oasis to say the least, we absolutely loved cruising out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida on the Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas. The Oasis was marvellous right from embarkation to disembarkation, here we go!

Our stateroom for starters was tremendous, we were greeted with champagne as soon as we boarded and headed to our Oceanview Balcony stateroom, category D1. The room was great as we had plenty of space to unpack, get settled, and so on. Our attendant did a great job of taking care of us all week. We needed maintenance on a couple of occasions due to A/C problems, but nothing major came out of it thankfully and we were just fine.

The ship was beautiful, nothing ever felt overcrowded as the pool deck had plenty of space. The deck chairs were not mobbed with chair hogs, and the overall décor, cleanliness, public rooms, and so on made for one of the best cruise ships I have ever been on hands down.

The food was more than ample as there were plenty of places if you want a quick snack such as a Pretzel Dog, or something a bit more gourmet, Vintages was awesome for tapas. We stuck to the main dining room most nights, but did try the Chef’s Table which was a real treat.

Entertainment was top notch from everything such as the comedy show, as well as the singers and dancers performing the hit Broadway show Hairspray.

The zipline, ice skating, and everything in-between made this one unforgettable week-long vacation.

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The A/C breaking.

I would reccomend this cruise to others.

I think this cruise is suitable for Young Families.

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commentsAbout Ron Sampson

Date of Birth: 01/Jan/2012
Sail Date: 06/Oct/2012

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Shore Excursions:starstarstarstarstar
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