February 25, 2020
Oasis of the Seas Debuts Revitalized Top Deck Thrills Designed by Martin Aquatic
After undergoing a $165 million transformation, Royal Caribbean’s revitalized Oasis of the Seas boasts one of the boldest top decks in the fleet. When it was introduced 10 years ago, Oasis of the Seas held the title as the world’s largest ship, but has since been surpassed by her sister vessels. Packing in all of the best features from the last decade, Oasis set sail this past fall with incredible amenities, including Martin-Aquatic-designed waterslides, a Caribbean-inspired pool deck, and the kid’s aquapark Splashaway Bay.
The unique combination has made this ship a family favorite: for thrill-seeking teens who take on the trio of waterslides that plunge multiple stories; for parents who want to relax at in-water loungers in the pool or spas with a drink in their hand; and, for the littlest cruisers who want a place to splash and slide all on their own. Splitting her time between New York and South Florida, Oasis of the Seas is sure to be a crowd-pleaser for years to come.