Hello, all! I'm a bit late on reporting back from my trip, but better late than never My family and I sailed from Dec 23-30, and we had a lovely time. The boat, of course, is gorgeous, and there was plenty to do to keep us busy and occupied. My pro's of the trip would be the beautiful weather (which is just pure luck, but none-the-less, appreciated!), the hand-washing stations in the Wind Jammer, the food, our lovely balcony room (highly recommend), the shows, the robot bartender, rock climbing wall, zip line, the ultimate abyss, and the flow rider! All of these things combined made the ship and the experience in general very pleasurable However, I will mention a couple cons. I feel Royal Caribbean (and other cruising companies) need to start cracking down on chair hogs. And by that, I mean the people who grab 10-15 towels at 8am and lay them on a row of chairs, but you never see anyone utilizing the chair...it's total BS that me and my family come down, in our suits and towels, ready to use a chair, only to find rows upon rows of them being hogged by non-existent people. I also find it to be a little silly that RC plans all their "parties" in the Royal Promenade, which is the main area on the ship. You'll be trying to get from point A to point B and have to fight a sea of dancing people. I'm not opposed to them holding events and parties, I just think holding them in the theater would make more sense. Lastly, I had a situation at the Photography place (the name escapes me) in regards to a product i had purchased and needed to return. I won't go into it, however, let's just say we were met with a very rude employee. Once we got the manager, things got sorted out. What the issue came down to was transparency in their policies. The issue got resolved, but I figured I'd mention it. Besides those few things, we had a lovely lovely time. An honorable mention would be Jaimies italian restaurant, in Central Park. We dined there on Christmas, and it was DELICIOUS! It was quite expensive, however, it was worth it. If you're considering booking an Oasis class ship with RC, I highly recommend it. The ships are gorgeous, there is plenty to do, the RC staff (for the most part) is always polite and helpful, and the rooms are really nice. I personally recommend a balcony room. It was super nice to go out there in the evening and drink a glass of wine and just wind down from the day. It's also gorgeous for when you're pulling into the ports and get to see the islands before getting off. All in all, 10/10! Hope this helps anyone on the fence about booking! EDIT 1-11-19 One more thing I meant to mention, was the mandatory safety meeting/presentation they require everyone to attend on the first day on the ship. I disliked how they handled this. They assign you to certain areas in the dining room, but the areas they assign you to never feel as if they're big enough to seat everyone. A lot of people ended up having to stand. And instead of just getting to the point about life jackets and safety boats and hand washing, they showed a "movie" that was supposed to be interesting, but literally no one was paying attention. All around, people were just on their phones. It was a 10 +/- video all about germs, but it was like formatted as James Bond-esque mystery thriller lol. It was really stupid. Also the video played in your room on the tv, so the information they were sharing was nothing new. I understand the importance of sharing this information and stressing the importance of hand washing, but their approach was missed on most everyone in my area.