New ocean liner Oasis of Seas is the world's largest ever cruise ship. At 20 storeys high and 360 meters long, the remarkable boat measures an impressive five times bigger than the infamous Titanic.
Home to 8,500 people across 16 decks, guests are treated to a choice of two theatres with everything from Broadway shows to diving and ice performances.
The £855m engineering feat hosts the first-ever park at sea, with 12,300 plants and trees, a choice of seven different zones all offering something different, 13 different shops to browse around, as well as all the activities and amenities you could ever want!
Prices start from £1,364 for a nine-night Caribbean cruise. For more information or to book visit RoyalCaribbean.co.uk.
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