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  1. UPDATED 23September 2020 Construction of Royal Caribbean's Cruise Terminal 3 is now planned to begin on April 1, 2021, and the Port of Galveston is continuing their ongoing design and construction work to prepare for Royal Caribbean's construction of the new terminal. At the request of Royal Caribbean, the construction of Cruise Terminal 3 was delayed by one year. Allure of the Seas was scheduled to sail from Galveston beginning 10 Nov 2021 but will move to Fort Lauderdale instead. Liberty of the Seas will remain in Galveston for the foreseeable future. Galveston is the fourth bus
  2. Royal Caribbean acquired the names, Quantum of the Seas, Anthem of the Seas, Ovation of the Seas, Passion of the Seas, Pulse of the Seas and Vantage of the Seas. We later found out the two names of the first 'sunshine project' ships which were Quantum of the Seas and Anthem of the Seas. But out of these already acquired names what should the third Quantum and third Oasis class ships be called? Personally I think the third Quantum class should be called Vantage of the Seas and third Oasis class should be Ovation of the Seas. What do you think?
  3. What is everyone favorite floor to stay on oasis class ships, specifically staying in an ocean view balcony. We have been on 12 which was great and easy access to the pool, but I've been juggling the idea of 8. Easy access to promenade etc, and getting to walk through central park pretty much all the time seems like a great bonus. Any thoughts???
  4. Certainly not a life-or-death or terribly important question, but one that I've been curious about for awhile: what is the difference between a 1V and a 2V class room on Oasis class ships? Pictures, deck plans, etc. seem to indicate they're identical (as does the price), but there must be some difference or else there wouldn't be a class difference, right?
  5. Thanks to @Wilson for tipping me off to this! Today's Galveston Daily News is reporting that the Port is near a deal with Royal Caribbean to bring an Oasis Class ship to Galveston in late 2020. The Port says Royal Caribbean would build the terminal on land leased from the Port of Galveston. The full article from the Galveston Daily News requires a subscription, but here is the full text: GALVESTON - July 15, 2018 Port of Galveston officials are nearing an agreement with Royal Caribbean to build a third cruise terminal at the Port of Galveston that could cost $85 milli
  6. I am looking at the deck plans for Harmony of the Seas right now on CruiseMapper (https://www.cruisemapper.com/deckplans/Symphony-Of-The-Seas-1730/deck18-5113) and on deck 18 it states this: “Blown Away” (zone 6-B, starboard aft) is a stairway passage leading to the unofficial (secret) deck 19. This is the highest passenger-accessible vantage point of the Symphony cruise ship. There is a small seating area (few wicker tables/chairs) and can be seen the ship’s funnels (with the RCI’s anchor logo) and radio-antennas. Other than this statement i have found no other evidence of this deck
  7. I Would Be There But I Am Still On Rhapsody Of The Seas Until The 11th
  8. Hey Cruising Friends! Big fan of Royal Caribbean. My only gripe is the lack of craft beers available onboard. If I'm lucky Sierra Nevada will be available in limited quantities. I was hoping that Harmony of the Seas would offer better craft beer options and it did not. Anyone know what the tap selection is inside Playmakers? Thanks!
  9. Thought I'd post this here. On the last podcast Matt talked about my love of specialty dining. This is from the original thread from 2010 I posted on Cruise Critic titled, The Almost Complete Food Lovers Guide to the Oasis of the Seas. I put it into one document. It's a bit dated by now, but I think it's still useful for anyone wondering about specialty dining on Oasis class or pretty much any Royal Caribbean ship. If anyone has questions about dining, I'd be very glad to help. The Almost Complete Food Lovers Guide.pdf
  10. I've been on a number of cruises so far: Royal Caribbean: Freedom & Legend Celebrity: Horizon & Zenith (no longer in service) Norwegian: Dreamward & Norway Cunard: QE2 I've been on ships both great and small, and with Royal's new Quantum and Oasis class, and "Oasis 4 (Symphony)" in production, it's making me wonder if Royal might put out any newer smaller ships. Are they only going for the biggest and baddest ships, or might they come out with something in-between to keep that small ship feel but still be innovative and cutting-edge... Might this Icon class that
  11. Ok, so I want to tap into the brain of anyone who has been on the Oasis since the refurb and has been able to see or take photos of the new suites added to the Oasis overlooking the Aquatheater. Specifically the ones Deck 11 and above, these were the secret balconies before the dry dock. RCCL has them classified as A2-A4, and their website gives square footage but no current images. I booked my cruise for June 16' and was able to reserve a A1 on deck 8, but curious about these newer additions. Photos and Feedback appreciated. B-
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