Oasis of the Seas left Keppel Verlome in the Netherlands Tuesday at the conclusion of a two-week dry dock and is now on its way back to the Caribbean.
Of course the primary reason for the dry dock was the mechanical work that needed to be done on the ship, including replacement of an engine, but while the ship was out of service, Royal Caribbean took the opportunity to make a number of changes and additions aboard it.
While there were many changes made, the most important of those - the one that’s going to have an effect on all passengers - is the preparation for Royal Caribbean’s Dynamic Dining concept.
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|Oasis of the Seas arriving at Southampton.|
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