Oasis of the Seas – the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines ship – has a length of 360 meters and cost no less than 800 million pounds.
Building the ship with 16 passenger decks lasted almost 6 years, of which the highest is at 65 meters above sea level. The technical data of the Oasis of the Seas are absolutely amazing: the gigantic vessel – the largest in the world – is 360 meters long, 65 meters wide, has a 6296 passengers-guests capacity plus a crew of 2706 members.
The floating mammoth is divided into seven areas covering nearly all the entertainment needs someone may have on a holiday, from cinema and skiing, to opera, extreme sports, zoo or botanical garden and green spaces, leisure Central Park, the Boardwalk, Pool & Sports Zone, the Royal Promenade, Vitality at Sea Spa & Fitness, Entertainment Place and Youth Zone.
One of the many innovations of the Oasis of the Seas is Central Park – the world’s first floating park, with 12,175 plants from 93 different species, including 56 trees.