Cruise lovers have something to look forward to! Royal Caribbean is sending the Oasis of the Seas, one of the largest ships in the world, to Europe in 2014 for three cruises before it heads into drydock for maintenance.
The Oasis has been sailing out of Port Everglades in Ft Lauderdale, Florida since the ship was christened in late 2009. Royal Caribbean announced that the cruise ship will head to Europe on a 12 night cruise to Barcelona, Spain on September 1, 2014. The Oasis will then sail two Western Mediterranean cruises and one to the Netherlands.
The two Western Mediterranean cruises will be five nights long. The third European cruise will be a seven night cruise from Barcelona to Rotterdam.
Overcoming the vast majority of the standards of any large floating hotel, the Oasis of the Seas is divided into seven themed areas called neighborhoods. Some areas where this boat passengers will find a wide and varied entertainment and dining deals.
After operating from its launching by Caribbean waters, 2014 will be the year in which the first Oasis visit Europe. Positioned in Barcelona, this ship will make three outputs: two five-night cruises in the Mediterranean and a seven-night trip that will take him to Rotterdam. In this port, the Oasis of the Seas will make a dry stranded in shipyards Keppel Verolme. After this review, the ship will begin its return to the Caribbean.
In summer season in 2014, Oasis of the Seas, in addition to dock in Barcelona, visit the ports of Vigo and Malaga. A significant fact which shows the great interest that Royal Caribbean is crucerístico Spanish marke