Cruise Itinerary Details

Oasis of the Seas

7 Night Caribbean, Oasis of the Seas

Departs: Fort Lauderdale Arrives: Fort Lauderdale
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  • Length: 1,187 ft
  • Tonnage: 225,282
  • Total Staff: 2,380

Experience the ship that revolutionized cruising, Oasis of the Seas® - its groundbreaking design introduced seven distinct neighborhoods built for ultimate enjoyment. Hop on a classic carousel on the Boardwalk®, then watch acrobats splash down in the AquaTheater, the first amphitheater at sea. Let imaginations soar in the Youth Zone - the largest kids’ area at sea - or at the Pool & Sports Zone, where you’ll find FlowRider® surf simulators and zip line views. Unwind with a stroll in Central Park® - a meandering garden lined with shops and fine restaurants - or melt away stress at VitalitySM Spa. Jazz up your evening with Broadway hit Hairspray, or hit the Royal Promenade for memorable moments with DreamWorks® Experience characters. Join us onboard the ship that changed cruising – a world where innovation rules.

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Sailing Dates Inside Outside Balcony Deluxe 3rd/4th*
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Jun 30, 12

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Airline Personnel Primary Eligibility - Current full-time employees of domestic or international commercial passenger airlines - Current employees of Federal Express (FEDEX), Astar Air Cargo (formerly DHL), Airborne Express or United Parcel Service (UPS) Military Personnel Primary Eligibility - Currently active in the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Marines, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Reserves, or U.S. National Guard Additional Stateroom Eligibility As long as one guest in the stateroom is described as being “Primary Eligible” the following would apply: - Guests sharing stateroom with the Primary Interliner are eligible for the interline rate - A second stateroom may be booked with guests (anyone) being eligible for the interline rate - A third stateroom may be booked with guests being eligible for the interline rate ONLY if the second stateroom is occupied by DEPENDENT CHILDREN of the Primary Interline Employee, and the third stateroom is occupied by the PARENTS of the Primary Interline Employee EXAMPLES for Additional Staterooms 1) Stateroom #1 - Primary + Stateroom #2 - Anyone = 2 Staterooms 2) Stateroom #1 - Primary + Stateroom #2 - Dependant Children of Primary + Stateroom #3 - Parents of Employee Airline Personnel Secondary Eligibility Guests qualified under “Secondary Eligibility” may cruise at interline rates even if unaccompanied by the “Primary” eligible guest. All guests in the same stateroom as the “Secondary Eligible” guest can travel at the interline rate. Guests qualified as “Secondary Eligible” are as follows: - Spouse or Domestic Partner of currently employed Airline Employee - Parents of currently employed Airline Employee. PARENTS IN LAW ARE NOT ELIGIBLE - Retired employee from a domestic or international commercial airline - (CRS) employees of Sabre, Worldspan, Galileo/Apollo, or Amadeus Military Personnel Secondary Eligibility Guests qualified under “Secondary Eligibility” may cruise at interline rates even if unaccompanied by the “Primary” eligible guest. All guests in the same stateroom as the “Secondary Eligible” guest can travel at the interline rate. Guests qualified as “Secondary Eligibility” are as follows: - Spouse or Domestic Partner of service men or women currently active in the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, Reserves, or National Guard - Canadian Armed Forces - Retired from any of the military services above Stateroom Eligibility - for Secondary Eligible Guests - Guests sharing the stateroom with the Secondary Interline eligible person are eligible for the interline rate - Maximum of ONE stateroom may be booked at interline rate if qualified for “Secondary Eligibility” The Following Are NOT Eligible for Interline Rates - IATA employees(current or retired) - Amtrak Employees - Cruise Line Employees - Tour Company Employees - Parents in Law - FAA, Air Traffic Control or other Government employees - Airline Pilots Association (ALPA) Interline Identification Requirements - A Primary guest as described above must provide proof of eligibility in the form of a current I.D. Badge from their respective Company/Government Service. This is the only form of accepted identification needed for the Airline Employee or Military Serviceman or woman - Retired pilot or employee must produce authoritative proof in the form of a company I.D. Badge or correspondence from a Human Resource Department of the company from which the employee or pilot retired - A Secondary guest as described above must provide both a photocopy of the Primary guest I.D. Badge and a letter on airline/military letterhead with Manager or Department Head signature and phone number - Interline Guests may have to provide proof of identification at pier check-in along with proof of qualification for each occupant of the second stateroom (if any). Failure to produce authentic identification may result in the cruise fare reverting to full retail tariff at time of check in or boarding may be denied. Royal Caribbean requires proof of Interline Rate Eligibility immediately upon confirmation of your booking. Please email a copy of your Employment ID AND a letter of Employment Verification on company letterhead to ID@perx.com or fax to 1-888-260-4248. Without proof of qualified interline eligibility, Royal Caribbean reserves the right to automatically adjust the price to the applicable retail rate prior to departure.

The Cruise Line requires proof of Interline Rate Eligibility immediately upon confirmation of your booking. Please email a copy of your Employment ID to ID@perx.com or fax to 888-260-4248.

Without proof of qualified interline eligibility, the Cruise Line reserves the right to automatically adjust the price to the applicable retail rate prior to departure.

Cruise Itinerary:
Day Ports of Call Arrival Departure
1 Fort Lauderdale 5:00 pm
2 Nassau 7:00 am 2:00 pm
3 At Sea
4 Charlotte Amalie 9:00 am 6:00 pm
5 Philipsburg 8:00 am 5:00 pm
6 At Sea
7 At Sea
8 Fort Lauderdale 6:15 am

What’s it all about…

Over the past 15 years, cruising has been revolutionized – and you are responsible for the changes!  Cruisers spoke, and the cruise lines listened. You were looking for flexibility & choice, a quality experience, and most importantly, an excellent value. The cruise lines have made countless changes –there are dining choices, both times and venues, a variety of new departure ports, new & exciting onboard activities, such as climbing walls, surfing, ice skating, bowling, & cooking demonstrations and new stateroom amenities to enhance comfort. Spas have been expanded and include the latest treatments, children's programs have been expanded, cruises are much more family friendly that ever before, and state-of-the-art facilities were added for gyms, sports, communication, entertainment, and fun. In today’s world, more than ever, cruising offers the best possible value and experience for your vacation dollar.  And interline rates? They are confirmed space!


Cruise Shopping Tips

♦  The higher the deck and the more center ship, the higher the price and accommodation are generally the same in each meta-category.

♦  Flexibility = Savings. Just want to get away? Look for the destination with the best interline savings based on your time off.

♦  Look for cruise departures offering a ROS Inside OR Outside where the inside and outside rates are exactly the same.

♦  In the old days of cruising, you would be given tip envelopes the last day of the cruise. Now, tips are automatically added to your stateroom account, so you don’t have to scramble for the correct amount of cash on the last day!

♦  Protect your vacation investment with insurance. Cruises do not offer bump protection.


Proof of Eligibility

It’s imperative for you to provide proof of eligibility, either in the form of a copy of your airline ID or a letter from a supervisor/pass bureau on airline letterhead stationary proving interline eligibility. If proof of eligibility is not received in a timely manner (varies by cruise line) the interline rate is in danger of reverting to a retail rate, costing you hundreds of dollars.

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