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Oasis of the Seas

The world’s largest cruise ship offers adventures galore on the high seas.

The Finnish-built 225,282-ton ship owned by Royal Caribbean International is the world's largest cruise ship -- five times larger than the Titanic. It has a capacity of 5,400 passengers (double occupancy) and is set for its debut first official voyage in the Caribbean on December 1 5. The ship's maximum cruising speed is 22 knots. Michel Verdure
Oasis of the Seas' 16 decks house four main swimming pools, a park promenade, surf simulators, rock climbing, and miniature golf. Michel Verdure
Located on Deck 15, the Oasis Dunes miniature golf course offers a scenic spot to work on your short game. Hans Deryk / AP
Oasis’ main pool deck features a traditional pool (pictured), zero-entry “beach” pool, sports pool and the H20 Zone, a kids’ pool with multiple water features. Hans Deryk / AP
With a 15-foot depth, multiple fountains and high-diving platforms, the AquaTheater will be the site for Cirque-like shows combining synchronized swimming, diving and acrobatics. Simon Brooke-Webb
Royal Caribbean sports staff member Colin Kerr tries out one of two surf simulators on board the world's largest and newest cruise ship Oasis of the Seas. Hans Deryk / AP
The world's largest and newest cruise ship Oasis of the Seas has seven distinct onboard neighborhoods, including the Pool and Sports Zone, the Youth Zone, the Boardwalk neighborhood (pictured), Entertainment Place, Central Park and more. Hans Deryk / AP
A two-story Crown Loft Suite with two-story window and balcony on board the Oasis of the Seas. The world's largest and newest cruise ship has 2,700 staterooms, including 28-ultra-modern loft suites. Hans Deryk / AP
Live greenery, trees and tropical plants are among the features of Central Park, a football field sized promenade on board the Oasis of the Seas. Hans Deryk / AP
Part lounge, part elevator, the Rising Tide Bar floats up and down between three levels on the Oasis of the Seas. Hans Deryk / AP
Located on Deck 4, Casino Royale offers slot machines, table games, tournaments and complimentary gaming lessons. Joe Raedle / Getty Images
Combined with adjacent interactive displays, Oasis’ 24 passenger elevators offer fast access to amenities throughout the ship. Joe Raedle / Getty Images
Guests exit the popular Boardwalk neighborhood, where a carousel, casual restaurants and the AquaTheater pool and stage recall an old-style seaside pier. Joe Raedle / Getty Images
A longtime Royal Caribbean tradition, the Royal Promenade is a pedestrian-friendly boulevard lined with restaurants, shops and guest-service facilities. Joe Raedle / Getty Images
The Oasis' Boardwalk is an outdoor venue featuring Cirque-style water shows (at the AquaTheater), a handmade carousel, restaurants, carnival-style games and more. Simon Brooke-Webb
The Ice show, "Frozen in Time", combines elaborate costumes, dazzling special effects and the artistry of 10 Olympic-caliber skaters. Simon Brooke-Webb
The world's biggest and newest cruise ship, Oasis of the Seas, is seen on November 20, in Port Everglades, Florida. Joe Raedle / Getty Images