Construction starts on Royal Caribbean’s ‘Oasis 4’

 Harri Kulovaara, EVP newbuild, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd starts the automated steel cutting with Jean-Yves Jaouen, SVP operations, STX France
Harri Kulovaara, EVP newbuild, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd starts the automated steel cutting with Jean-Yves Jaouen, SVP operations, STX France

Construction has started on the fourth Oasis-class ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet.

The steel cutting commenced today at the STX France shipyard in Saint-Nazaire for the fourth ship in the class, following Oasis of the Seas, Allure of the Seas and another yet to be named.

Further details of the two new ships will be revealed in the coming months, but will build on the success of Oasis and Allure which each have 16 decks with 2, 700 rooms.

When it launched in 2009 Oasis of the Seas was the first ship to have its seven themed areas, a zip line, carousel and AquaTheater among other features.

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