Ahh What Would Have Been - Oasis of the Seas Maiden Voyage From Cape Liberty, NJ Yesterday 5/10/20

Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas New York New Jersey 2020 Debut Delayed May cruises from Cape Liberty Bayonne, NJ
Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas New York New Jersey 2020 Debut Delayed.

If the world was back in order, yesterday would have been the maiden voyage of the totally renovated Oasis of the Seas from Cape Liberty, Bayonne, New Jersey. Although the Oasis class ships have been around for a while (some 12 years), yesterday would have marked the first time an Oasis Class ship visited New York.

The 1,186 foot long, 213 foot long ship would have sailed a 7 day cruise to Cape Canaveral, Fla; Nassau, Bahamas; and Coco Cay, Bahamas. Coco Cay is Royal Caribbean's Private Island - Branded as the Perfect Day at Coco Cay. Instead the Oasis of the Seas sits some 100 Nautical Miles Southeast of Freeport in the Bahamas awaiting a decision on the future.

Oasis of the Seas carried 6,296 passengers at full capacity and a crew of 2,165 crew,

The Oasis was expected to sail a series of these Florida and Bahamas cruises until October of 2020 along with a single cruise to Canada. It is unclear if the ship will return to New York / New Jersey later this year - but it does seem unlikely based on the action by other cruise lines.


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