Liner-giant Oasis of the Seas passed the cruise company Royal Caribbean International
After six years of creating a unique vessel, the management of Royal Caribbean International took on October 28, 2009 its most revolutionary and the world's largest cruise liner Oasis of the Seas from the shipbuilders of STX Europe, which was signed by the relevant documents in the Finnish city Turku. From this moment, the debut flight of the liner from the marshy plains of Fort Lauderdale, Florida began on December 1, 2009.
The cruise liner Oasis of the Seas will depart from the port of Turku on October 30 under the leadership of Captain William S. Raith. The transatlantic historical transition of a huge passenger ship will be broadcast online via the Internet.
The official ceremony of the baptism of the largest passenger ship will be held on November 30, 2009, the proceeds will be transferred to the fund for children with life-threatening diseases.
The cost of the ticket for those wishing to attend the ceremony will be from $ 750, and for those who wish to continue the sea voyage aboard the largest cruise liner in the world, will be from $ 650 per passenger. The four-day cruise, which will take place on December 1, 2009, will take place along the US coast. Tickets can be ordered by calling (877) 202-1520 extra 12751, or by e-mail email@example.com.
Ticket orders are already available for the next cruise journey, which will take place on December 5, 2009.
The Oasis of the Seas liner of the Genesis project can be compared to an architectural miracle, consisting of 16 decks and a mass of 225282 tons. The vessel can accommodate 5,400 passengers, placing them in 2700 different interior cabins. The vessel Oasis of the Seas is divided into seven areas: Central Park, Broadway, Royal Promenade, Sports Zone, Fitness Center, Children's and Observation Deck.
Royal Caribbean International is an international cruise brand with 21 passenger ships and offers unique sea cruises to the islands of the Caribbean Sea, Alaska, Canada, Dubai, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Technical characteristics of the cruise liner Oasis of the Seas:
- Displacement — 220,000 tonnes
- Length — 360 m
- Width — 47 m
- Draft — 9 m
- Ship propulsion system — six Wartsila diesel engines with a capacity of 131,000 ph
- Speed is 20 knots
- Number of passengers — 5,400 people
- Total — 6,400 people.