Oasis of the Seas Itinerary 2014-2015 Position
Information on Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas itinerary 2013, 2014 and 2015 RCCL cruises. See the ms Oasis of the Seas location (current position at sea). Here you will find a review of the RCCL Oasis cruise ship itinerary changes, maps, ports, sailing routes and destinations. Integrated with Royal Caribbean Itineraries (Oasis, and the rest of the 22 RCCL ships).
The Oasis of the Seas itinerary options list includes the sunny regions of Western and Eastern Caribbean – with the Oasis ship sailing calendar being full of exclusively 7-night RCI deals. However, in 2014 there are some very “rarely special” Oasis cruise itinerary changes due to the ship’s scheduled dry-dock (for renovation and routine maintenance) in Holland. The list of the new “European” itineraries includes Transatlantic and Mediterranean cruises in early Fall 2014.
Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas itinerary map
- departure ports: Fort Lauderdale (Florida), Barcelona (Spain), Southampton (England/UK).
- list of destinations, countries and ports of call:
- Eastern Caribbean ports of call – The Bahamas (Nassau), United States Virgin Islands (St Thomas, docking in Charlotte Amalie) and St Maarten (Philipsburg).
- Western Caribbean ports of call – Jamaica (Falmouth), Mexico (Cozumel), Haiti (Labadee, private island).
- European/Mediterranean ports of call - Spain (Barcelona), Italy Rome/Civitavecchia, Naples/Capri).
- on relocation – Spain (Malaga, Vigo), Netherlands (Rotterdam).
- both Caribbean itineraries are operated regularly the whole year-round (January-February-March-April-May-June-July-August-September-October-November-December 2013 and in 2014 with the exception of September and most of the October (see below for the exact dates).
Oasis of the Seas Itinerary – Eastern Caribbean
- 7-night departing from Fort Lauderdale [5PM] to Nassau [day 2, 7AM - 2PM], at sea [day 3], St Thomas [day 4, 10AM - 7PM], St Maarten [day 5, 8AM - 5PM], at sea [day 6 & 7], back to Fort Lauderdale [6:15AM].
Oasis of the Seas Itinerary – Western Caribbean
- 7-night leaving from Fort Lauderdale [5PM] to [day 2, at sea], Labadee [day 3, 8AM - 5PM], Falmouth [day 4, 10:30AM - 7PM], [day 5, at sea], Cozumel [day 6, 8AM - 7PM], [day 7, at sea], back to Fort Lauderdale [6:15AM].
Oasis of the Seas itinerary 2014 Europe/Mediterranean
- 5-Night Western Mediterranean, round-trip departing from Barcelona [7PM] to [day 2 at sea], Rome [day 3, 7AM - 8PM], Naples [day 4, 7AM - 8PM], [day 5 at sea, arriving in Barcelona [5AM] – operated September 13 and 18, 2014.
- (relocation, on September 23, 2014) 7-Night one-way from Barcelona to [day 2 at sea], Malaga [day 3, 7AM - 7PM], [day 4 at sea], Vigo [day 5, 7AM - 7PM], at sea [day 6 & 7], arriving in Rotterdam on September 30 [2AM].
Oasis of the Seas Transatlantic cruise repositioning from Florida to Europe and from UK to Florida
- (on September 1, 2014) 12-Night Eastbound from Fort Lauderdale to Barcelona, stopping in Malaga [day 11, 8AM - 8PM], a total of 10 days at sea, in Barcelona on September 13 [5AM].
- (on October 15, 2014) 12-Night Westbound from Southampton to Fort Lauderdale, stopping in Vigo [day 3, 8AM - 8PM], a total of 10 days at sea, in Fort Lauderdale on October 27 [4AM].
- A Transatlantic crossing on the world’s largest cruise ship ever is one in a lifetime chance to indulge yourselves with the cheapest 10 days at sea enjoying surfing, climbing zip-lining, huge spaces and whatever, so yes – this is a must! And although it’s the ship with the biggest ever passenger capacity, early booking for these two special deals is highly advisable. I bet there will be a lot of Brits willing to enjoy the mammoth ship by booking a very cheap Transatlantic and Caribbean fly cruise from UK!
RCCL Oasis Of The Seas cruise ship information and statistics
- year built 2009
- cost to build USD 1400 million (exchange rates 2006), MMSI 311020600, IMO 9383936
- capacity 5400/6300 passengers, 2,394 crew
- total number of cabins 2739 (of which 1793 balcony staterooms, 1281 adjoining cabins).
- weight 225,282 tons, length 1187ft (362m), speed 42kmh (26mph), 16 passenger decks (out of 23), Oasis-class ship (sister to ms Allure of the Seas).
- Best features & public spaces (for more information visit RoyalCaribbean.COM including the ship’s virtual tour) and at Wikipedia.
- 25 dining options, 5 restaurants (Opus/MDR, Giovanni’s Table, 150 Central Park (by Michael Schwartz), Rita’s cantina, Windjammer/buffet), 35 bars and cafes, 14 complimentary dining options (24-hour room service included)
- 4 pools, water park, 10 Jaccuzis (of which 2 cantilevered), Spa (Vitality At Sea).
- 7 neighborhoods
- an Ice-skating rink, two FlowRiders (a surf simulator), a Zip line (9 decks high, 82ft/25m across), two Rock-Climbing walls (each 43ft/13m high), Mini golf course (Dunes), a full-sized basketball court, a hand-carved carousel, the “Hall of Odds” gambling museum, numerous shops. Theaters (Opal/1380 seats, Studio B, Aquatheater), casino, wedding chapel. For more information see Oasis Of The Seas deck plans at CruiseShipDeckPlan.com.
Oasis of the Seas location now
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