Ex­treme Cruise Ship

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Television -

Satur­day, 9.30pm, Nat Geo Ad­ven­ture My idea of hell, but here you go: the $US1.4 bil­lion Oa­sis of the Seas was the first of its class to be built (in Turku, Fin­land). Launched in 2008, it was joined in 2010 by sis­ter ship MS Al­lure of the Seas; both are owned by Royal Caribbean In­ter­na­tional. Oa­sis is 20 storeys (72m) high and four foot­ball fields (361.6m) long; it can carry 6296 pas­sen­gers and 2394 crew. This pro­gram shows how it all works. Think casino, minia­ture golf course, mul­ti­ple night­clubs, bars and lounges, a karaoke club, com­edy club, five swim­ming pools, vol­ley­ball and bas­ket­ball courts and chil­dren’s theme parks, not to men­tion the park with 12,000 plants and 56 trees. Quelle hor­reur.

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