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World’s Largest Cruise Ship Gets Amplified: Oasis of the Seas Construction Update

Go behind the scenes in Cadiz, Spain for a look at Royal Caribbean International’s largest amplification to date. Currently undergoing a major, $165 million transformation, Oasis of the Seas will soon set the stage for more memory-making vacations with new adventures and amenities for the whole family. From the tallest slide at sea, The Ultimate Abyss, to the cruise line’s first barbecue restaurant – Portside BBQ – and the Ultimate Panoramic suites with 200-degree, floor-to-ceiling views, the original gamechanger that revolutionized the industry marks its 10-year anniversary in a big way. The amplified Oasis will debut her new look in November 2019 to begin 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises from Miami, FL before heading to the Big Apple in May 2020 as the largest ship to ever sail from the Northeast.

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