OASIS OF THE SEAS (NB 1363) for Royal Caribbean

OASIS OF THE SEAS (NB 1363) for Royal Caribbean

The Oasis of the Seas marks an unforeseen step forward in the development of cruise vessels and opens totally new prospects for cruise business. The gigantic size of the ship provides opportunities for a variety of novel functions.

Bold design approach The Oasis of the Seas and its sister ship, the Allure of the Seas, scheduled for delivery from the Turku shipyard at the end of 2010, can be called the most powerful and sophisticated vessels in the world for a good reason. These floating vacation oases are tours-de-force resulting from a long product development cooperation between the cruise line, the shipyard and the maritime cluster that has lasted more than forty years.

The Oasis of the Seas is 361 meters long and 66 meters wide at its widest point and, at the highest, it rises 72 meters above the sea level. The gross tonnage is 225,000. At the best, the vessel can accommodate 6,360 passengers and 2,100 crew members. The ship features 16 passenger decks and 2,704 staterooms. The total power output of the ship's engines is 97,000 kW and the cruise speed is 22.6 knots.


  • Delivery year: 2009
  • Length: 361m
  • Breadth: 47m, max 66m
  • Passenger cabins: 2704
  • Gross tonnage: 225,000
  • Classification: Det Norske Veritas

Project work:

  • hull detail design: model, drawings, nesting in Tribon M3
  • machinery detail design: model, drawings in Tribon M3