Monday, March 12, 2012

Cruise Review: Return to Oasis of the Seas

For our friends and seasoned cruise veterans, Vincent and Mary Finelli, it was an annual ritual—their anniversary cruise. But did their second cruise aboard Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas measure up to their first experience aboard the world's largest ship?

Vincent points out that something seemingly as minor as a fully booked ship—as he describes it, "On the Royal Promenade at times it was like being in a busy airport or train station"—and stateroom location can change your cruise vacation experience. The Finellis always book wheelchair accessible accommodations with a balcony and chose one overlooking the Boardwalk on Oasis for a change of view.

Get the pros and cons regarding their move from seaview to interior "neighborhood" view and their preferred getaway spot for quiet solitude in their most recent Oasis of the Seas cruise review.

Image Courtesy of Royal Caribbean Intl


Chris said...

I am tempted to cruise on the oasis of the seas but reading this post confirmed my suspicion that this luxurious cruise ship can be a bit overcrowded if the total 6000 odd passengers are onboard.

Adam Sowers said...

I think that the Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas ships look really great! Even better in person! Personally, I have not yet cruise on either but I know people who have and I haven't really heard anything bad about their experiences. Great post! Feel free to check out our blog for more on Royal Caribbean and other cruise lines!