Royal Caribbean’s ‘Oasis Class’ Ships are Easily Customized for Groups

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Royal Caribbean Oasis
Royal Caribbean Oasis

Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas are sister ships in Royal Caribbean International’s “Oasis Class.” Sailing from Fort Lauderdale year-round on alternate 7-night eastern and western Caribbean itineraries, these ships have been especially appealing to meeting professionals who are considering a program at sea.

Royal Caribbean built these large vessels around the “neighborhood” concept, which provides for an intimate atmosphere even though you may be sharing the ship with 5,000+ fellow passengers. Whether you’re thinking about a full ship charter of 2,700 cabins or a smaller program, Royal Caribbean prides itself on customizing a unique experience for your group. Seven neighborhoods, each with their own flavor and distinct style, provide something for everyone when it comes to creating unforgettable events.

“The Allure of the Seas and the Oasis of the Seas are unlike any other ships that are in the industry today from an innovation and customization standpoint,” says Lori Cassidy, director of corporate, incentive & charter sales.

Even veteran cruisers will enjoy the novelty and excitement of strolling through the various neighborhoods. A horticultural team aboard the ship ensures that the 15,000 live trees, flowers and plants in the Central Park neighborhood are beautifully manicured. This open-air venue, complete with specialty shops and restaurants, is ideal for a pre-dinner group reception.

Think Coney Island and you can imagine an event at the Boardwalk neighborhood, complete with Johnny Rockets and a true vintage carousel—the only one at sea.

Another unique option is ice skating. Studio B offers dazzling productions surrounded by stadium seating. When the ice is covered by a hard surface, it transforms into a private venue for general sessions, a tradeshow or anything else you can imagine.


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