Oasis set for worldwide appeal

Archer, Jane
December 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);12/4/2009, p12
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the launch of the new Oasis of the Seas cruise ship. Royal Caribbean International president and chief executive Adam Goldstein said the ship could be sailing in more destinations in a few years as more destinations invest in the infrastructure needed to take bigger cruise ships.


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