VIDEO: Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas Set To Join Port Canaveral’s Home Fleet Today

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Sail-a-Bration at Jetty Park Set November 13

ABOVE VIDEO: Royal Caribbean’s huge Oasis of the Seas will sail into Port Canaveral on Saturday, November 5, and will berth at Cruise Terminal 1.

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA — Royal Caribbean’s huge Oasis of the Seas will sail into Port Canaveral on Saturday, November 5, and will berth at Cruise Terminal 1.

The Canaveral Port Authority is making final preparations for the arrival of the flag ship of the world’s largest class of cruise vessels at a whopping 225,000 gross tons.

The Canaveral Port Authority built the $104.6 million 188,000 square foot Terminal 1 and 1007-vehicle parking facility specifically to accommodate Oasis-class ships. The Oasis of the Seas, which carries 5,400 passengers double occupancy, replaces the 3,634 passenger Freedom of the Seas at Port Canaveral.

“Our community has been excited about Oasis of the Seas since Royal Caribbean International made the announcement,” said Port Canaveral CEO John Murray.

“And we have been busy readying ourselves for the increase in passengers by working with our ground transportation and other partners to make this transition to our next level of cruising as smooth as possible for the cruise line and their guests.”

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The Port Authority invites the community to join in a Sail-a-Bration at Jetty Park on November 13 from 3- 6 p.m.to bid Oasis of the Seas bon voyage as she sails from her new homeport in Central Florida.

Complimentary admission begins at 2 p.m. with family fun, entertainment, and giveaways. Please bring a non-perishable food item as a donation to the Sharing Center of Central Brevard.

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Royal Caribbean's 225,282-ton Oasis of the Seas will relocate to Port Canaveral for the winter 2016-2017 cruise season. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

Royal Caribbean’s 225,282-ton Oasis of the Seas will relocate to Port Canaveral for the winter 2016-2017 cruise season. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

Royal Caribbean’s huge Oasis of the Seas will sail into Port Canaveral on Saturday, November 5, and will berth at Cruise Terminal 1.

Royal Caribbean’s huge Oasis of the Seas will sail into Port Canaveral on Saturday, November 5, and will berth at Cruise Terminal 1.


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