Oasis Class Ships
Oasis Class Ships
Oasis Class Ships
Oasis Class Ships
Oasis Class Ships
Oasis Class Ships
Oasis Class Ships

The largest cruise ships in the world, Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class ships offer the latest and greatest features found on any ship in the fleet, as well as in the industry.   The Oasis Class ships can handle around 5,500 passengers and have a gross tonnage of over 225,000 tons.  If you are concerned about crowds and navigating a ship of this size, Royal Caribbean has you covered.  Royal Caribbean designed the ship to be easy to get around, and break up crowds.  Seven neighborhoods help distinguish parts of the ship apart to guests, and there are so many activities on these ships that everyone will be on their own schedule. If you truly want it all on once ship this class may be just for you. The latest features, tons of activities, and great dining are all awaiting your embarkation.

It’s really hard not to get hooked on the mega ships. Each of them offers perhaps a few amenities that the others do not, but as the ships return to dry dock for maintenance Royal Caribbean has enhanced many of the fleet’s ships. New offerings include new restaurants and sports activities as well as more for the kids to do. The ships are already what I would call “super sized” and honestly you won’t be able to do everything in one sailing.

We have sailed both the smaller and larger ships and have never regretted any of the choices that we have made. If the Oasis class seems like it might be overwhelming, look at the Freedom class, the Voyager class, or the Radiance class.

Oasis class ships

  • Oasis of the Seas
  • Allure of the Seas
  • Harmony of the Seas
  • Symphony of the Seas


  • Neighborhoods
  • AquaTheater
  • 3D Movies
  • Broadway Musicals
  • Waterslides (Harmony and Symphony only)
  • Zip Line
  • Central Park
  • 2 FlowRider Surf Simulators
  • Boardwalk
  • Carousel
  • Ice-Skating Rink
  • Loft Suites
  • Outdoor Movie Screen
  • Adults-only Solarium pool area