This trip report is from our recent cruise onboard Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas, departing from Port Canaveral on the Eastern Caribbean itinerary. We stopped in Nassau, Bahamas, St. Thomas, and St. Maarten. We had 7 days of sun-filled fun and I hope you enjoy reading all about our adventures!
We just returned from our cruise yesterday and here I am posting about our last day of our last cruise 🙁
Such clear, calm seas. Love it!
We decided to try Johnny Rockets for breakfast. There is a cover charge for Lunch and Dinner, but breakfast is free.
The breakfast was just ok, limited options, but the service was terrible. My coffee was cold by the time I got creamer, and my neighboring table had to finally give me some they had…and everything just took a long time. Sure, they were busy, but I could have eaten at the Windjammer 5 times in the amount of time it took.
We dropped Trent off at the kids club for a little bit and we let Aubrey play in the kid’s toy room.
One of our favorite places for a good view (aside from our balcony) is on the sun deck on the 14th floor. It’s almost always pretty calm and not windy like the top decks, and there are two lookouts that extend past the sides of the ship.
We had lunch in the main dining room again to take advantage of the salad bar, and I also got these delicious stuffed mushroom caps.
While Aubrey and I napped, Brett caught another showing of Oasis of Dreams, this time with his camera!
Our family members took a ride on the zip line!
That night was the Dreamworks Farewell Parade…which was mostly just the characters walking around a large circular path, but the kids loved it!
Tonight was the final night in the main dining room and we started with coconut shrimp!
The kids had turkey and it was actually really good.
Our waiters played with Trent and Aubrey every night; they probably know that a 2 hour dinner is overdoing it for a toddler and they need random entertainment 😉
Final after-dinner shot – cheers!
We sure did love strolling through Central Park on our way back to the room every day.
It’s time for the dreaded packing and leaving your luggage outside the night before routine. 🙁
Boy, is it sad waking up and already being in your departure port lol
Brett grabbed some breakfast from the Park Cafe and we enjoyed it on the balcony.
Goodbye towel monkey.
We left the ship around 8:30am and were on the road within 20 minutes or so. It was really quick, since we always grab a porter to help us with our luggage and they bring us through a shorter customs line…well worth the tip!
We had such a great time that we booked our next cruise during the Cyber Monday sale as soon as we returned!
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Here’s our video again in case you missed it: