Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas cruise ship, one of the largest cruise liners in the world, has been the most anticipated new-build to be launched since Cunard's Queen Mary 2 cruise ship. Its innovations - like the 1st-ever Boardwalk and Central Park at sea that uniquely hold space, which is carved out of the middle of the vessel - are already legendary.
The cruise liner features new-to-Royal Caribbean types of dining venues that range from spa cuisine to elaborately staged meals and wine pairings. Its amusement area, a hub for late owls, is offering ice skating and disco, comedy and jazz, and a 3-tiered theater which features a ninety-minute version of "Hairspray," the popular Tony Award-winning Broadway show. Especially dazzling is the vessel's Aqua Theater, with its deepest-pool-at-sea, that serves as a platform for performers such as divers and synchronized swimmers.
Innovations on Oasis of the Seas cruise ship are, by no means, limited to guest-friendly advances. Royal Caribbean also has introduced a number of new advanced technical and environmental tools which allow the cruise to be more efficient and more eco-responsible.