After five years of sailing week long cruises to the Caribbean, Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas will spend 12 days in a drydock in the Netherlands. This is the first drydock for the second largest cruise ship in the world.
The Oasis of the Seas is not only undergoing scheduled routine maintenance and refurbishments during the drydock, but the main dining spaces will also be remodeled to prepare the ship for Dynamic Dining that will being in March 2015.
When the Oasis arrives back in her home at Port Everglades on October 27, 2014, there will be a new Broadway production show on the ship. The musical play CATS, one of the longest production shows on Broadway, will be replacing Hairspray. The ship will continue to sail week long alternating cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
Photo Credits: Royal Caribbean International