Leaving the Dock
Lots of people look for Oasis of the Seas photos, and for good reason. The cruise ship is the largest in the world, as of December 2009. Royal Caribbean's, Oasis of the Seas began its first voyage at STX Shipyard in Turku, Finland.
Under the Bridge
The ship made headlines when it passed under the Great Belt Bridge in Denmark. It was able to do so thanks to retractable telescopic funnels.
Traveling at a top speed of 22 knots, or the equivalent of 20 miles per hour, Oasis of the Seas headed toward its new home port in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in November 2009.
Spanning roughly 1,200 feet, Oasis of the Seas has 16 decks, including a massive sun deck on the bow.
Several hundred people were present for the ship's arrival at its home port on November 13, 2009. This included top executives from Royal Caribbean International.
Oasis of the Seas Photos: Room
If you plan on booking a cruise package on Oasis of the Seas, you can choose from several room types, including a loft-style stateroom.