Oasis Of The Seas Review and Specifications
Specifications of Oasis Of The Seas
|Year built||2009 / Age : 10|
|Builder||STX Europe (Turku, Finland)|
|Building cost||USD 1,4 billion|
|Owner||Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd|
|Operator||Royal Caribbean International|
|Speed||23 kn / 43 kph / 26 mph|
|Length (LOA)||362 m / 1188 ft|
|Beam (width)||47 m / 154 ft|
|Gross Tonnage||225282 gt|
|Passengers||5688 - 6563|
|Decks with cabins||11|
|Sister-ships||Allure OTS, Harmony OTS, Symphony OTS, Wonder OTS|
|Christened by||Daisy Fuentes, Dara Torres, Gloria Estefan, Jane Seymour, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Michelle Kwan, Shawn Johnson|
Review of Oasis Of The Seas
Launched in 2009, Oasis of the Seas is the 1st Oasis-class Royal Caribbean liner, with sisterships Allure OTS (2010) and the bigger (currently world's largest passenger liners) Harmony OTS (2016), Symphony OTS (2018), Wonder OTS (2021) and TBN OTS (2023).
History - construction and ownership
Royal Caribbean International (RCI) is a US company, trademarked brand, and subsidiary owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCCL, shipowner). RCI was established in 1968 and currently has over 1/5 of the worldwide cruise market. RCI also has RCCL's largest fleet as both numbers of vessels and GT tonnage (ship sizes and capacities). All Royal Caribbean liners have names ending with "of the Seas".
The 225,282-ton, 5,400-passenger cruise ship Oasis of the Seas is one of the largest cruise liners in the world. Oasis has been the most anticipated newbuild since Cunard's Queen Mary 2. Her innovations, such as the first-ever Boardwalk and Central Park at sea, are already legendary. Innovations on Oasis of the Seas are, by no means, limited to passenger-friendly advances. Royal Caribbean also introduced a number of new technical and environmental tools which allow the cruise to be more efficient and eco-responsible.
Curious about the 225,282-ton, 5,400-passenger Oasis of the Seas? This unique floating island reinvented the definition of Royal Caribbean of a mega-ship. Oasis' neighborhoods include foliage-filled Central Park with 12,175 plants; innovative 2-deck Loft Suites; 20 onboard dining options and more.
Cruise itinerary program
Oasis of the Seas itinerary program is based on 7-day Western and Eastern Caribbean cruises Fort Lauderdale FL. Feature port destinations include Cozumel Mexico, Nassau Bahamas, Saint Thomas, Saint Maarten, Jamaica, and Labadee (Royal Caribbean's Haiti private island resort).
In summer 2019, the ship is homeported in Barcelona for Western Mediterranean roundtrips (first time since 2014). The 7-day itineraries visit Palma de Mallorca, Marseille, Florence, Civitavecchia-Rome and Naples.
In 2020 (May 6 through October 25), Oasis OTS will be homeported in NYC (Port Cape Liberty, Bayonne New Jersey), starting turnaround operations in May 2020. Through 2020 summer, the Oasis ship cruises on 7-day Florida-Bahamas itineraries, visiting Port Canaveral, Nassau, and CocoCay Island. For August 1 (2020) is scheduled a special 8-day itinerary also visiting Miami.
Oasis Of The Seas has a total of 2706 cabins (of which 194 Suites, 1793 Balcony rooms, 716 connecting) in 43 grades. Most of the Oasis of the Seas staterooms are 170-sq.foot insides (498). 46 are the wheelchair accessible rooms. The largest aboard Oasis of the Seas are the Royal Loft Suites (149 m2). The new “Royal Suite Class” booking category (suite accommodations only) provides Oasis' highest paying passengers with the ultimate all-inclusive cruise experience of Royal Caribbean, marked by Coastal Kitchen exclusive access, 24-hour personal butler service, included gratuities, all-inclusive drinks, free Internet and thermal suite unlimited access.
Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks
The cruise liner features new-to-Royal Caribbean types of dining venues (25 onboard dining options total, 14 of which complimentary, with room-service, included) that range from spa cuisine to elaborately staged meals and wine pairings. Oasis of the Seas' guests won't be disappointed if they choose to eat in the free restaurants: the service, quality, and variety are exceptional, especially in the main dining rooms. The “American Icon Grill” offers a la carte open seating breakfast and lunch, “Brasserie 30” menu, and two assigned dinner seatings, as well as incredible Private Dining area. The 58-seat Cafe Promenade is a 24-hour spot in ship's Royal Promenade. The cafe serves up cookies, brownies, small sandwiches, and coffee. The Cafe Promenade is also one of the several spots to grab free Seattle's Best Coffee.
Follows the complete list of Oasis of the Seas restaurants and food bars.
- American Icon Grill (3056-seat, a la carte restaurant; offers an open seating breakfast, lunch, “Brasserie 30” menu; with two assigned dinner seatings and Private Dining area.)
- The Grande (offers DreamWorks themed breakfast, two fixed dinner seatings and "My Time Dining")
- Johnny Rockets (128-seat fast food restaurant, complimentary)
- Sabor (Mexican a la carte restaurant, reservation-only, with “Playground” kids area)
- 150 Central Park (76-seat speciality restaurant, dinner only)
- Windjammer Marketplace buffet restaurant (719-seat, offers Early Breakfast at 6:30 a.m., Breakfast between 7:00-11:30 a.m., Lunch 11.30-3:30 p.m. and Dinner 6.30-9:00 p.m.)
- Giovanni’s Table (96-seat Italian speciality restaurant, reservations recommended)
- Chops Grille (steakhouse/seafood)
- Sorrento’s (66-seat Italian restaurant)
- Izumi (73-seat Asian/Japanese restaurant)
- The Silk (Asian cuisine)
- Coastal Kitchen (55-seat, Suite passengers only restaurant)
- El Loco Fresh (56-seat fast food bar) offers made-to-order tacos, burritos, quesadillas, salads, salsas.
- Boardwalk Dog House (complimentary)
- Portside BBQ (fleet's first) is an a la carte restaurant serving authentic American barbecue favorites (smoked marbled brisket, beef ribs, pulled pork, chicken), traditional sides, homemade desserts.
Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport
Oasis' amusement area, a hub for late owls, is offering ice skating and disco, comedy and jazz, and a 3-tiered theatre 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. Oasis of the Seas boasts with the DreamWorks Experience - a themed programming in partnership with the Walt Disney Company. This new entertainment program is aimed at families and offers movies-themed DreamWorks activities on select RCI ships within the fleet. The list of special activities includes characters meet and greets (of course, plus photo ops).
Additional amenities include: a total of 28 Lounges & Bars, Complimentary 24-hour Room-Service, Supervised Youth program Voyagers (from 9 to 11 years), Explorers (6 to 8 yr), Aquanauts (3-5yr), Royal babies and tots (from 6 months to 3 years), Internet/WiFi Access, Laundry.
Follows the complete list of Oasis of the Seas lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens, and adults.
- Opal Theater (1380-seat, features four grand productions per cruise with dance, acrobatics, comedy, and game shows)
- AquaTheatre (3-deck, 735-seat, with a deep pool)
- Blaze Comedy Club (193-seat nightclub)
- Studio B Lounge (indoor ice-skating rink; also serves as a spot for ice shows, cooking demos, game parties)
- Parkside Gallery; Britto Gallery and Shop; SeaTrek Shop (diving equipment), Central Park Library
- Music Hall (222-seats) is a 2-deck high dancing lounge with live band music, large dance floor, intimate seating.
- Diamond Lounge and Bar (36-seat, past guests only); Suite Lounge (with Coastal Kitchen); Boleros (90-seat Latin lounge); Next Cruise Lounge
- Jazz on 4 Bar and Club; Comedy Live (adult-only club); Hall of Odds (gambling); Globe and Atlas English Pub (128-seat); Bionic Bar (served by robotic bartenders); Rising Tide Bar (32-seat moving cocktail bar); Spotlight Karaoke (113-seat lounge with 2 private rooms for parties); Schooner Bar (107-seat piano bar); Sabor Bar (60-seat); Cups and Scoops (60-seat Ice Cream bar); Vintages (73-seat Wine Bar); Trellis Bar; Park Cafe (100-seat deli bar); Pool Bar; Rising Tide Bar; WipeOut Bar
- Playmakers Sports Bar and Arcade (large TVs, tabletop games, arcade games, gaming tournaments, a VIP room/Owner's Box, bar food, draught beers)
- Casino Royale
- Carousel (with 20 handcrafted wooden figures)
- Sugar Beach (sweets shop), Beach Shop (pool wear), Pets at Sea (toys shop)
- Cafe Promenade (58-seat, 24-hour; serves snacks and drinks, as well as Starbucks specialty coffee)
- Cupcake Cupboard Shop (10-seat bakery), retail shopping complex
- Royal Promenade Boutiques (perfumes, jewelry, duty-free alcohol, general store, logo/souvenirs)
- Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness Center
- Central Park (outdoor area for relaxation with garden spaces)
- Solarium (indoor/outdoor lounge) includes Solarium Bistro, pool bar, adults-only pool (with sundeck/sunbathing area), Solarium Bar, 11 jacuzzis (2 cantilevered), a total of 5 swimming pools
- Royal Escape Room (adventure gaming/team building exercises) is dedicated to "Mission Control: Apollo 18" (puzzle game themed after 1973's Apollo 18 moon mission).
- The Back Deck (teen-only sundeck); Fuel Disco (teenagers club lounge); Royal Babies and Tots Nursery; Adventure Ocean (indoor kids complex); Adventure Science Lab; Imagination Studio; Workshop (family venue); Kids Avenue
- Splashaway Bay is a family- and children-dedicated outdoor playground/aqua park with 3 waterslides (for kids), Splash Pad (for toddlers), water-play attractions (cannons, fountains, pools), 2 drench buckets
- Sports Court (golf simulator, table tennis, basketball court); Jogging Track; two Rock-climbing Walls (each 43ft/13m high); Oasis Dunes Golf Course; two Flowriders (surf simulators); Zip Line (9 decks high, 82ft/25m across).
- The Lime and Coconut" (2-deck bar lounge)
- The Perfect Storm is a 3-deck high waterslide complex (deck 18 entry, down to deck 15 exit /Beach Pool) which consists of the spiraling race-slides “Cyclone”, “Typhoon” and “Supercell”.
- Ultimate Abyss is a 10-deck high waterslide (deck 16 entry, down to deck 6 exit /AquaTheater pool). Ultimate Abyss is the tallest slide at sea (height 150 ft / 46 m, length 216 ft / 66 m, water speed 9 mph / 14 kph). Ultimate Abyss is a spiraling waterslide with 2 separate cylinders (symmetric to each other, each tube is 2,6 ft / 0,8 m in diameter) made of stainless steel and colored in purple. This is a vertical drop slide located in the Sports Zone’s pool (aft-ship location). The experience starts with a walk across a plank into the jaws of an anglerfish and boarding one of the specially-designed mats. Slide mats are colored in black, each with an opening for the feet and a strap to hold on to. Follows the vertical drop (27-degree) some 92 ft / 28 m down to the Boardwalk. The average sliding time (from the top to the bottom) is 12-13 sec. The slide also features around 300 LED lights, special sound effects and various graffiti artworks.
Oasis Of The Seas wiki
Oasis OTS is Royal Caribbean's first Oasis-Class liner, with sisterships Allure, Harmony, Symphony and Wonder. Oasis-class currently represents the world's biggest passenger ship design, however, Oasis OTS happened to be the smallest in this series - although with just 50 mm (~2 inches) shorter than Allure. There was a competition for proposing the best name for the hulls of both vessels. The sister hulls were named at a dual ceremony in May 2008.
The vessel was completed on October 28, 2009, by STX Europe (Finland) - a division of the South Korean multinational STX (shipbuilding corporation). At its arrival in the USA, right before it docked at homeport Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale), the vessel had to pass under the Danish bridge Great Belt Fixed Link. This was challenging as the bridge is 65 m (213 ft) higher than sea level while ship's highest point is normally 72 m (236 ft) above sea level. But it made it - due to its telescoping funnels, with only 0,6 m 2 ft) to spare when passing under the bridge!
The cruise liner has an impressive number of 7 godmothers. Each of the "good ladies" symbolized one of the ship's 7 different neighbourhoods. The naming ceremony took place at Port Everglade, on December 5, 2009.
On November 4, 2016, world's 3 largest cruise ships - Harmony, Allure and Oasis - convened off Florida's coast. The unique event was live streamed officially by RCI, starting at approx 5 pm EST. The meeting at open sea coincided with the Harmony's arrival at Port Everglades (her US homeport), finishing a 13-night Transatlantic repositioning cruise from Barcelona to Florida (Oct 23 - Nov 5).
The following aerial photo shows an Oasis-class vessel (as looked from above).
Fun ship facts
- Width: 198 ft (60,5 m), waterline width 154 ft (47 m)
- Draught: 31 ft (9,3 m)
- Depth (below the waterline): 74 ft (22,6 m)
- above water line-height: 236 ft (72 m)
- Deadweight Tonnage 19750 tons
- Engines/power: three Wartsila diesel (type 12V46D, power output 13860 kW each), plus three Wartsila diesel (type 16V46D, power output 18480 kW each)
- Diesel-electric propulsion: three ABB thrusters (type Azipod XO, power output 20,5 MW each), plus four Wartsila bow thrusters (type CT3500, power output 5,5 MW each)
All Royal Caribbean Oasis-class ships are world's first passenger vessels with a DNV Green Passport. This is a key element for the Clean Ship Design certificate. The certificate is not compulsory, but it shows the environmental commitment of the operator line Royal Caribbean International. Another interesting feature is that their hulls have a special non-toxic covering that minimizes friction and saves fuel.
- The vessel contains 3300 ml (5300 km) of cables, which is roughly the width of the USA.
- 110,000 ice cubes are used daily.
- Central Park has 56 trees and bamboos, 62 vine plants, 12,500 plants.
- AquaTheater's pool is 18 ft (5,5 m) deep and is one of the biggest pools at sea.
- 2130 tons of fresh water are used onboard in 24 hours.
- The Oasis ship has around 7000 artworks.
- The ship is served by 20 chefs, 222 cooks, 102 culinary crew (sanitation/cleaning).
- Bread and pastries are all fresh-made onboard. The bakery machine makes 4000 rolls per hour.
- Weekly consumption statistics: potatoes (18000 pounds / 8170 kg), chicken (16000 pounds / 7260 kg), beef (15600 pounds / 7080 kg), fresh vegetables (62000 pounds / 28120 kg), fresh fruit (45000 pounds / 20400 kg), eggs (86400), beer (10200 bottles), water (3500 bottles), wine (2225 bottles), ice cream (8000 gallons / 30283 L), pizza (18000 slices).
In September 2018, RCCL trademarked the Oasis-Class ships smokestack area (located top-deck midship). The design features a crown-shaped bottom section with 2 slanted funnels above. In October 2018 was trademarked ship's oblong-shaped stern. The design features AquaTheater Suites (with balconies), Ultimate Abyss (2 cascading waterslides) and RCCL's logo.
Oasis OTS refurbishment 2019 review
Ship's Royal Amplified drydock refurb is scheduled for 2019 (September 22 - November 23) and budgeted USD 165 million. By this 63-day long drydocking project (at Navantia Shipyard in Cadiz Spain) many new venues will be added, including some fleet-firsts.
Pool Deck (deck 15) was completely renovated and redesigned, also receiving "The Lime and Coconut" (2-level poolside bar/first added on Navigator OTS). The new venue offers beverages (including cocktails), DJ, and live outdoor music performances. Swimming pools' sunbathing areas received more shaded seating, including daybeds, hammocks, swing seats, casitas (small wooden cabins). The adults-only Solarium complex was refreshed and new whirlpools were added. Aft on Deck 16 (entrance point) was installed the 10-story high waterslide "Ultimate Abyss" (introduced on Harmony OTS) plus "The Perfect Storm" (3 waterslides entrance).
- On Deck 4 (forward), Blaze Lounge was upgraded and redesigned to Blaze Comedy Club, while Comedy Live became Diamond Lounge.
- On Deck 5, "On Air Club" (karaoke and sports bar) was replaced by "Spotlight Karaoke" - a fleet-first venue featuring a stage for singalongs, 2 private rooms (for parties) and themed nights.
- Deck 5 changes also include the retail zone with Solera expanded (now includes The Shop's area), Logo Shop (replaced Prince and Green Shop), Island Market (replaced Kate Spade), The Collection (replaced Regalia Shop) and Fine Watches Regalia (replaced Michael Kors Shop).
- On Deck 6 (Boardwalk neighbourhood), the venues "Cups and Scoops", "Arcade" and "Sabor Mexican" were replaced by "Playmakers Sports Bar and Arcade". The new sports bar features 80x large TVs and as activities offer tabletop games, popular arcade games, gaming tournaments. The Playmakers bar has a VIP room (Owner's Box) and serves bar food and draught beers. Also on Deck 6, Ultimate Abyss (waterslide's landing area) replaced Sabor Bar. Candy Beach (starboard) was replaced by two new venues - "Sugar Beach" and "Beach Shop" - candy/ice-cream shop that sells ice cream and 220+ types of candies.
- On Deck 7 were added two new inside cabins.
- On Deck 8, Picture This (portrait studio) was replaced by Central Park Library, and a new inside cabin was added (9458).
- On Deck 11, The Library was replaced with 6 new inside cabins. Another new cluster of 7 inside cabins replaced Diamond Club (level 1 of 2).
- On Deck 12, Diamond Club (level 2 of 2) was replaced by 13 new inside cabins.
- Forward on Deck 14 were added 22 new staterooms (inside and panoramic oceanview). Also on Deck 14 forward, Adventure Ocean (kids complex) was completely refurbished and redesigned with themed by activities areas, including nursery (for toddlers), separate area for kids 3-5 yo, teen-only exclusive lounge (with games, movies, music, outdoor sundeck). Midship-aft Deck 14, Card Room was replaced by Royal Escape Room (adventure gaming/team building exercises). The room is dedicated to "Mission Control: Apollo 18" - puzzle game themed after 1973's Apollo 18 moon mission.
- On Deck 15/Pool Deck, Solarium Cafe (forward) was renamed "Solarium Bistro". Forward-starboard was added, "The Perfect Storm" (3-waterslides complex). Midship, "Pool Bar" and "Sand Bar" were replaced by "The Lime and Coconut" (level 1 of 2). The H2O Zone (midship-starboard) was redesigned to "Splashaway Bay" (outdoor aqua park) with Splash Pad (for toddlers) with 3 waterslides and water attractions (cannons, fountains, pools) plus fleet's first drench buckets (2). Midship-aft-portside, The Living Room (teen lounge) was replaced by "Portside BBQ" (fleet's first) which is an a la carte restaurant serving authentic American barbecue favorites. The menu includes smoked marbled brisket, beef ribs, pulled pork, chicken, plus traditional sides (mac-and-cheese, cornbread, baked beans, coleslaw) and homemade desserts. Midship-aft, the teen area (Fuel Disco, The Back Deck) was redesigned, while Wipe Out Cafe (midship-aft-starboard) was replaced by El Loco Fresh (made-to-order tacos, burritos, quesadillas, salads, salsas).
- Midship on Deck 16, The Lime and Coconut Bar (level 2 of 2) replaced the outdoor venues "Sky Bar" and "Mast Bar".In this sundeck area were also added two whirlpools. Aft on Deck 16 was installed the Ultimate Abyss (waterslide) in the place of Wipe Out Bar.
Also new on Oasis OTS are the Quantum-Class venues "Music Hall" (2-deck high dancing lounge with live band music, large dance floor, intimate seating, pool tables) and "Bionic Bar" (served by 2 robotic bartenders). Bionic Bar replaced Champagne Bar (deck 5 midship-starboard). Music Hall replaced Dazzles Disco (deck 9 midship-aft). "Clash for the Crystal City" is a new laser tag game played at Studio B's Ice Rink (deck 3).
Oasis OTS refurbishment 2014 review
Follows the list of deckplan changes after ship's drydock 2014 refurbishment.
- (deck 4) Private Dining Room (portside) becomes the restaurant "Izumi". Private Dining Room (starboard) becomes lounge "Diamond Club". Opus Dining Room (aft, level 1) becomes restaurant "American Icon Grill".
- (deck 5) Opus Dining Room (level 2) becomes the restaurant "Silk". "Cupcake Cupboard" becomes "Kate Spade" boutique. Shop "Focus" becomes "Michael Kors" boutique. Shop "Guess" becomes "Regalia" boutique.
- (deck 6) Seafood Shack (97 seats a la carte dinner restaurant) becomes restaurant "Sabor". Boardwalk Bar (60 seats fast food bar) becomes "Sabor Bar". Shop "Pets at Sea" becomes "Britto" (gallery & shop). Ice Cream Parlor was renamed to "Cups & Scoops". Boardwalk Donut Shop was removed portside and "Boardwalk Dog House" (fast-food bar) was added. New Inside cabins were added starboard (replacing the Diamond Club lounge) and 4 staterooms near the Dog House. Pinwheels (kids playing room) becomes Video Arcade.
- (deck 7) 2 new Inside cabins were added (7279, 7679).
- (deck 8) Central Park's restrooms were reduced in size. New cabins were added Central Park forward, and near the Dazzles (disco /level 1).
- (deck 9) 2 new Inside rooms were added (9279, 9679).
- (deck 10) 3 new Inside rooms added (10458, 10279, 10679) all near elevators.
- (deck 11) 2 new Inside rooms were added (11279, 11679) plus 2 Aqua Theater Suites (aft location, 11330, 11730).
- (deck 12) Concierge Club was renamed "Concierge Club & Wonderland" (club restaurant). All 12 new staterooms were added, incl 2x Aqua Theater Suites (aft location, 12330, 12730) and 2x Interior (12279, 12679). Royal Suite cabin #12240 (portside) was replaced with 6 new balcony rooms. Presidential Suite cabin #12640 (starboard) was replaced with 2 new Family Suites.
- (deck 14) 4 new staterooms were added - 2x Inside (14279, 14679) and 2x Aqua Theater Suites (aft location, 14330, 14730).
- (deck 16) Izumi restaurant was removed (space is now part of the Windjammer buffet.
- (deck 17) Viking Crown Lounge & Bar was transformed into "Suite Lounge" (exclusive) and the restaurant "Coastal Kitchen". Pinnacle Lounge (portside) becomes Owner Loft Suite (cabin #1701). Pinnacle Chapel (starboard) becomes Grand Loft Suite (cabin #1758).
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Oasis Of The Seas Itineraries
The below listed Oasis Of The Seas cruise prices on itineraries are only indicative and Per Person (in US dollars, based on double occupancy). These are the cheapest Royal Caribbean fares on the ship’s lowest category cabins available for booking. Cruise fares typically change with departure dates approaching, last minute deals, discounts, promotions, independent travel agency offers.
|Date||Cruise Name||Departure Port||Price from|
|2019 Nov 24||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Miami||$875|
|2019 Dec 01||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Miami||$745|
|2019 Dec 08||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Miami||$712|
|2019 Dec 15||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Miami||$709|
|2019 Dec 22||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Holidays||Miami||$1361|
|2019 Dec 29||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Holiday||Miami||$1195|
|2020 Jan 05||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Miami||$711|
|2020 Jan 12||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Miami||$572|
|2020 Jan 19||7 days, round-trip Atlantis Oasis 2020 Caribbean Cruise||Miami|
|2020 Jan 26||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Miami||$571|
|2020 Feb 09||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Miami||$661|
|2020 Feb 16||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Miami||$713|
|2020 Feb 23||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Miami||$661|
|2020 Mar 01||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Miami||$661|
|2020 Mar 08||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Miami||$661|
|2020 Mar 15||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Miami||$897|
|2020 Mar 22||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Miami||$711|
|2020 Mar 29||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Miami||$761|
|2020 Apr 05||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Miami||$862|
|2020 Apr 12||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Miami||$889|
|2020 Apr 23||3 days, round-trip Bahamas||Miami||$386|
|2020 Apr 26||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Miami||$1065|
|2020 May 03||4 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Miami||$465|
|2020 May 10||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$912|
|2020 May 17||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$811|
|2020 May 24||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$824|
|2020 May 31||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$794|
|2020 Jun 07||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$848|
|2020 Jun 14||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$961|
|2020 Jun 21||6 days, round-trip Canada & New England||New York||$996|
|2020 Jun 27||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$1132|
|2020 Jul 04||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$1051|
|2020 Jul 11||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$1062|
|2020 Jul 18||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$1062|
|2020 Jul 25||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$1011|
|2020 Aug 01||8 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$1162|
|2020 Aug 09||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$982|
|2020 Aug 16||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$982|
|2020 Aug 23||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$922|
|2020 Aug 30||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$711|
|2020 Sep 06||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$647|
|2020 Sep 13||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$647|
|2020 Sep 20||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$605|
|2020 Sep 27||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$618|
|2020 Oct 04||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$661|
|2020 Oct 11||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$661|
|2020 Oct 18||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$611|
|2020 Oct 25||7 days, round-trip Perfect Day Bahamas||New York||$661|
|2020 Nov 04||4 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Getaway||Fort Lauderdale||$434|
|2020 Nov 08||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$749|
|2020 Nov 15||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean & Perfect Day||Fort Lauderdale||$895|
|2020 Nov 22||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean & Perfect Day||Fort Lauderdale||$883|
|2020 Nov 29||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$691|
|2020 Dec 06||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$562|
|2020 Dec 13||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean & Perfect Day||Fort Lauderdale||$677|
|2020 Dec 20||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Holiday||Fort Lauderdale||$1035|
|2020 Dec 27||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Holiday||Fort Lauderdale||$1073|
|2021 Jan 03||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$724|
|2021 Jan 10||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean & Perfect Day||Fort Lauderdale||$777|
|2021 Jan 17||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean & Perfect Day||Fort Lauderdale||$884|
|2021 Jan 24||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$724|
|2021 Jan 31||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$718|
|2021 Feb 07||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean & Perfect Day||Fort Lauderdale||$718|
|2021 Feb 14||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean & Perfect Day||Fort Lauderdale||$880|
|2021 Feb 21||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$718|
|2021 Feb 28||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$859|
|2021 Mar 07||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean & Perfect Day||Fort Lauderdale||$859|
|2021 Mar 14||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean & Perfect Day||Fort Lauderdale||$859|
|2021 Mar 21||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$859|
|2021 Mar 28||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$889|
|2021 Apr 04||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean & Perfect Day||Fort Lauderdale||$889|
|2021 Apr 11||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean & Perfect Day||Fort Lauderdale||$958|
|2021 Apr 18||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$958|
|2021 Apr 25||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean||Fort Lauderdale||$883|
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