Presentation on theme: "A city on the seas. Oasis of the Seas is the name of a cruise ship that was launched on 30 October 2009 in Turku, Finland. Belonging to Royal Caribbean."— Presentation transcript:
Oasis of the Seas is the name of a cruise ship that was launched on 30 October 2009 in Turku, Finland. Belonging to Royal Caribbean International, was built by STX Europe and is the first ship of the new Oasis Class, the largest ship in the world along with his brother Allure of the Seas. The ship has 220 tons and capacity for 5450 passengers, 16 floors and a verdant tropical outdoor size of a football field, called Central Park. Another attraction of the vessel will be the "Rising Tide", a bar that will move up and down the surface of the vessel. Received the baptism the November 30, 2009
Ship Highlights Seven squares differently projected, including: BoardwalkSM; AquaTheater, an outdoor theater that offers aquatic shows, a show comico diving and dancing fountains; Carousel; The first zip line at sea; Two climbing walls; Hall mystic Madame Zamara's Psychic and Tattoo; Exclusive shops for children and youth;
Casual restaurants, including the Seafood Shack, Johnny Rockets and The Donut Shoppe; Central ParkSM open, the park offers trails around quiet reading corners and other hidden surprises; Canopy Bar; Parkside Gallery and studio photography Picture This Park Café and Vintages; Exclusive 150 Central Park Restaurant, 334 overlooking the park, the Oasis 254 with balconies on the Isle of Wight United Kingdom, the Royal Promenade; Greater than ever, has a mezzanine with more shops, cafes and entertainment: Rising Tide Bar - climbing three floors, Sorrento's Pizzeria, Mondo Café, Café Promenade, Boleros Latin Lounge, Schooner Bar and Champagne Bar, Karaoke On Air, Loft Staterooms 28 contemporary loft style suites on two floors
Vessel data Passenger Capacity: 5400 double occupancy Gross Tonnage: 222 900 Booths: 2700 Deck: the top 16 Length: 360 m (1184 ') Width: 46.9 m (154 ') Draft: 9 m (30 ') Cruising speed: 22 knots (40 km / h). Conference Facilities
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