In December 2012, STX France STX France SA signed a contract for building a cruise ship intended for the Royal Caribbean International (RCI – a subsidiary of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd) fleet. The third ship of the OASIS class, featuring outstanding dimensions is due for delivery in mid-2016.

AN OUTSTANDING SHIP

At 361 metres long and 66 metres wide, this ship is the biggest ever built in Saint-Nazaire and the biggest ever with Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas built by STX Finland. Oasis 3, as her “sister ship” is an architectural marvels at sea, with her split superstructure and the cruise line’s neighborhood concept of seven distinct themed areas. She introduces also extraordinary “firsts” at sea such as an 82 foot-long zip line, a handcrafted carousel, the Rising Tide elevating bar, the AquaTheater high-diving performance venue, and the Central Park
with more than 12,000 live trees and plants. The Oasis class also offers amenities that can only be
found on Royal Caribbean, such as twin surf simulators, cantilevered whirlpools, an iceskating rink, the H2O Zone kids aquapark, and the Royal Promenade, an interior boulevard that stretches nearly the length of the ship and flanked by restaurants, lounges and boutiques, among many others.

She will span 16 decks, encompass 225,282 gross registered tons, carrying 5,400 guests at double occupancy, and feature 2,700 staterooms.
Number of passenger cabins
2,744
Max. speed
22.5 knots
Gross Registered Tonnage
227,700
Draught
9,150
Max. breadth
66 m
Length overall
362 m
Passengers
6,360
Number of crew cabins
1,197
Crew
2,100
Total propulsive power
3 X 20 MW
Flag
Bahamas
Classification
Det Norske Veritas