Entertainment on Oasis of the Seas – captivating and charming


The rock wall outside the Aqua Theater

It’s all about the entertainment, the food, the size, and the fun on  the Oasis of the Seas.

A word of advice:  if  you’re booked on either of the two sister ships this season, Oasis and Allure, make your reservations online for the shows way in advance of the sailing date.   There’s a new system of checking your sea pass before entering shows.   Most shows were already booked before we set sail, but not all.

The Texas Tenors headline at the Opal Theater Decks 4 and 5 aboard the Oasis of the Seas:   These three tenors won first place in the competition on America Has Talent. They have an interesting mix of Italian classics operatic sound and country western.  Definitely worth booking in advance.   

The Texas Tenors

The Texas Tenors

Oasis of Dreams performs at the Aqua Theater, Deck 6.  Amazing talented swimmers and high-wire performers challenge dangerous feats never seen before on any other ship. 

Aqua Theater, Deck 6

Aqua Theater, Deck 6

HairSpray is as funny & entertaining as when seen on Broadway. You won’t want to miss this show at the Opal Theater Deck 4 & 5.

I didn’t get to see Frozen in Time, but friends did & said I missed a good show.

But I did get to see Come Fly With Me, a song & dance, high-wire, high-excitement performance.  

There’s always some sort of entertainment happening from 3 o’clock in the afternoon for the early birds until late into the night for the night owls. Make sure you check your daily Cruise Compass update.

There’s still time to book for New Year’s Eve.   I’ll be reporting from on board  Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas, sail date  December 28, 2010 from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

For more information:  Check out the Royal Caribbean website.