1) Oasis of the Seas, from Royal Caribbean International
The publication also draws attention to a corridor outdoors to the fullest extent of the boat and indoor surf simulator.
2) Allure of the Seas, from Royal Caribbean International
From the same class of Oasis and with the same passenger capacity, the Allure of the Seas is younger than his brother.
The review highlights that both offer unique services but that Allura includes unique features, like the first Starbucks onboard a cruise, a snack bar exclusive for hot dogs and a Broadway show.
3) Carnival Dream, from Carnival Cruises
According to Cruise Critic, an intriguing blend craft and inventive blend of ancient ships, as Cove Balconies and Ocean Plaza, and an outdoor space with pools and comfortable chairs.