Oasis of the Seas 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise

This past Easter 2016, my family and I enjoyed a cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas.   During our 7-day cruise, we got to explore and experience this incredible ship.  This is one of RCL’s largest ships but you never feel crowded.  There is so much to do on this ship, you can be as busy as you want or you can just relax.  There is something to do for everyone…from the really young to the really old.  There are 7 distinct neighborhoods on the ship.  You can go to the pool and sports zone, take in some surfing on one of two FlowRider surf simulators, ice skate or if you feel adventurous, try the 82 foot Zip Line.  Take a spin on the classic carousel at the Boardwalk or take in some of the nightly entertainment. 

Launched: November 21, 2008     Length: 361.6m    

Guest Capacity: 6,296     Ship Crew: 2,394


Cruise Itinerary

Our Port of Calls included Labadee, Haiti; Falmouth, Jamaica and Cozumel, Mexico which kept us busy on land.  We also enjoyed 2 full days at sea which allowed us to explore the ship to the fullest!

Labadee, Haiti

We relaxed on the beach while my son took in the zip lining.  Did I forget to mention the food and drinks were amazing. 

Falmouth, Jamaica

We took a scenic drive into Ocho Rios.  Although we didn’t have time to visit Dunns River Falls on this trip, we did get to see some great sights and experience some local food and drinks.  

Cozumel, Mexico

We started our day with a visit to the San Gervasio Mayan Archaeological Site.