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cruise ship model
RCL's first mega ship


Nearly as tall as the Empire State building, the 18-deck Oasis of the Seas accommodates up to 5,400 passengers (a record) plus a crew of 2,160.  When launched, she was the most spectacular cruise ship ever.  There are seven incredible "neighborhoods", each home to countless unique activities and experiences, from the groundbreaking Boardwalk with its colorful carousel to the spectacular amphitheatre style AquaTheater with it's mesmerizing high diving acrobatic shows.  This aqua giant offers all the mainland amenities such as a casino, multiple night clubs, several bars, lounges, a karaoke club, a comedy club, 5 swimming pools, a zip-line, a miniature golf course, volleyball basketball courts, theme parks, nurseries for children.

MS Oasis of the Seas boasts the first living park at sea.  Her Central Park has over 12,000 plants and 56 trees, many of which reach two and a half decks high and green walls with tropical plants spanning 25ft and which are four decks high.  The Royal Promenade has a bar fitted which ascends and descends over three decks and is aptly called The Rising Tide.  Many of the ship's interiors were extensively decorated by muralist Clarissa Parish.

The Oasis of the Seas's displacement (the actual mass of the vessel) is at approximately 100,000 metric tons--almost the weight of an American Nimitz-class aircraft carrier.  The ship's officers are very pleased with the her stability and performance. During her first transatlantic crossing, the she faced winds "almost up to hurricane force" and seas in excess of 39 ft.

MS Oasis of the Seas offers two-story loft suites and luxury suites measuring 1,600 sq ft (150 m2) with balconies overlooking the sea or promenades.  The most expensive room on board is the Royal Loft Suite ($16,600 per person/per week) which sits on deck 17 overlooking the ocean.  It has a library, a baby grand piano and a dining room that sits eight people.  The master bedroom, located on the second level, has 17-foot windows.   This is truly the ultimate in mega ship cruising. 

  oasis of the seas oasis of the seas model

Like all of our cruise ship models, this Oasis of the Seas has the following qualities:

- Scratch built from official plans provided by a Royal Caribbean officer when the Oasis was six months from completion.

- Superior hollow hull construction (very important), weighing less than 20 lbs  (A solid hull of this model would be over 60 lbs which would require two people to handle and a fortified table to accommodate.

- The hollow superstructure is comprised of
hundred of individual thin pieces of wood glued together, not several solid pieces stacking on top one another.

- Windows are cutouts (not black decals), thanks to the hollow structures.  We are not shy to show the model in large photos.   Nothing to hide!

-  No computer-printed paper deck.

- >95% of parts are wood and metal

48" long x 11" tall x 8.5" wide 
         $4,900    S & H is $150   

60" long   x 13.8" tall x 11" wide     $7,500   S & H is $220  SOLD OUT   

Add light feature:  $300       


"Models arrived safe and sound.   Amazing, especially Oasis.   Keep me updated regarding QM2 & Emma.  And thanks heaps for your efforts on these models.

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