By Carla Haydt
An Magical Memory Planner Shares Her Experiences on two amazing ships:
With the announcement of the NEW Royal Caribbean Icon of the seas, it brings up the question – Is a bigger ship all it’s cracked up to be?
Oasis of the Seas, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines
As an avid cruiser with over 15 cruises under my belt, I’ve had the opportunity to sail on different size ships across many different cruise lines and I have to report that size of a ship, is an important aspect when making the best choice for your family.
Mega cruise liners have their place in the sea and offer many opportunities from go-carts and ice skating; to first run movies and extravagant shows. However, don’t discount those mid and smaller size ships; they can offer intimate experiences, more personal attention, and a higher quality of food.
This summer our family had the opportunity to do a side-by-side comparison of two Royal Caribbean ships, the Oasis of the Seas, which is a member of the Oasis class of ship with over 5600 passengers and the Adventure of the Seas in the Voyager class of ship with around 3000 passengers. Each ship has its pros and cons, but both were …read more