May 16, 2012
Royal Caribbean International Cruises - Oasis of the SeasThe largest Cruise Ship in the World (220,000 tonnage)The new Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas aren't just ships, they are collections of amazing experiences that challenge all limitations. More options than ever before include two Flowriders ® , a Zip Line, AquaTheater, Carousel, Loft Suites and more. This is where the impossible becomes possible and the unimaginable becomes real.Experience the most innovative and imaginative ship yet, Oasis of the Seas - where, for the first time ever, entertainment areas have become neighborhoods at sea. Find a revolutionary public space combining nature with nautical in our Central Park neighborhood, or old-world charm with a modern twist in the entertaining Boardwalk neighborhood. Visit the Pool and Sports Zone to explore an entire deck of pools, rock-climbing walls, basketball courts and more. And don't forget the Youth Zone - where kids can be kids and parents can be worry-free. With a total of seven distinct onboard neighborhoods, everyone can discover a place for unique experiences.With 28 ultra-modern loft suites and 2,700 spacious staterooms, this 16-deck marvel proves that the impossible, is possible. Oasis of the SeasMaiden Voyage:12/12/09Passener Capacity:5,400 double occupancyGross Tonnage:225,000Length:1,184'Max Beam:154'Draft:30'Cruising Speed:22 knots Ship Features:18 decks of activities, entertainments and accommodation options.An original, handcrafted carousel – first at sea – will be the centerpiece of this vibrant neighborhoodAquaTheatre will have the largest freshwater pool found on a ship offering a full spectrum of activities and performances for guestsThe first moving bar at sea – The Rising tide barTwo rock-climbing walls and the first zip-line at sea suspended nine decks above BoardwalkIndustry-first loft suites offering expansive ocean views and luxury amenities with 37 categories to choose fromCentral Park with a revolutionary design in which the center of the ship opens to the sky, features lush, tropical grounds spanning the length of a football fieldThe Pool and Sports Zone is an ample playground for guests of all ages, featuring private cabanas, four unique types of pools, and two FlowRider surf simulatorsVitality at Sea Spa and Fitness Center will allow guests to soothe mind, body and soulThermal Suite, featuring heated tile loungers, saunas and steam rooms; three couples massage suites and seven individual treatment rooms Princess Cruises - Coral PrincessCoral Princess is a sightseer’s dream - a wide range of the Princess trademark features.It is made affordable balconies a hallmark of the Princess Fleet with more than 700 balcony staterooms alone on this Coral Class ship. Coral PrincessTonnage:92,000Capacity:1,970Balconies:nearly 700Registry:BermudaInaugurated:2003 Ushering in a new era in design, this exciting ship is one of cruising's most advanced passenger vessels. Coral Princess offers the same vast array of public room space as Princess' renowned larger ships but, in a twist, spread over two decks and with fewer passengers aboard. Below are some of the features Coral Princess has to offer: Ship Features:1,970 passengers735 staterooms have private balconies (83 percent of all outside staterooms)Two dining roomsTwo specialty restaurants - Sabatini's Italian restaurant and the Bayou Café & SteakhousePoolside hamburger and hot dog grill, pizzeria and ice cream bar24-hour dining and room serviceA wide variety of bars and lounges, including a cigar loungeThree pools - including a swim-against-the-current lap pool and additional pools for childrenLotus Spa, gym and fitness areaAdults-only retreat, The Sanctuary300 square foot Movies Under the Stars outdoor movie theaterShuffleboardDigital golf simulatorThree unique show lounges, including the high-tech, two-story Universe LoungeCasinoWedding chapel featuring wedding-at-sea program officiated by the ship's captainDuty-free boutiquesWorld-class art collection, gallery and auctions24-hour Internet Cafe (wireless access available)Library, writing room and card roomKid and teen centers
May 16, 2012 5:19pm
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