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Allure of the Seas Fun Ship Facts
Gross tonnage - 225,282
Cost - 1.35 billion dollars
Length - 360 metres (1,181 ft)
Width – 208 feet (64 meters)
Height from water Line – 213 feet (65 meters)
Draught – 30 feet (9.1 meters)
Theatre capacity - 1380 seats
Registry - Bahamas
Built – STX Europe, Turku, Finland
Maiden Voyage – December 1, 2010
Cruising Speed – 22.6 knots
Passenger Deck – 16
Passenger Elevators – 24
Bow Thrusters – 4 (7,500 horse power each)
Total guests – 6,296
Crew – 2,394 (From over 71 countries)
First Captain - Herman Zini
Dining room capacity - 2858
5 specialty restaurants, dining room, 2 buffets, 3 cafés, ice cream parlor, pizzeria
Wi-Fi, safe, refrigerator, DVD (some)
6 pools, children's pool
Fitness classes, gym, hair salon, 10 hot tubs, spa
18 bars, casino, dance club, library
Children's programs (ages 3-17)
Dry-cleaning, laundry service
Internet terminal
No-smoking cabins
- First living park at sea: Central Park with 12,175 plants, including 62 vine plants, 56 trees and bamboo, some over 24 feet (7.3 m) in length.
- Allure of the Seas’ length is approximately equal to three and half regulation size soccer/football fields
- Allure of the Seas is 5.11 times longer than a Boeing 747 Jetliner
- Allure of the Seas was constructed out of 500,000 individual parts
- 158,503 gallons of paint was used
- The electrical cables onboard Allure of the Seas would stretch approximately the distance from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. to Juneau, Alaska
- 50 tons of ice are produced daily to service the 37 bars and 20 restaurants and cafes
- 60,000 napkins are used every cruise by guests
- 50,000 pieces of cutlery are in the main dining room
- 2,350,000 liters of water is used daily by crew and guests

Total – 2,706
Balcony – 1,956
Outside – 254
Interior – 496
Staterooms with additional berths – 683
Wheelchair accessible staterooms – 46

- Oasis of the Seas is the first cruise ship to have achieved DNV (Det Norske Veritas) Green Passport designation. This is an important part of the voluntary Clean Ship Design certification
- Advanced Wastewater Purification System – Oasis of the Seas was awarded the first Clean Sea Award by NorShipping, thanks to an Advanced Wastewater Purification System, which was designed to be twice as stringent as U.S. Federal standards for in-port wastewater discharge
- Everything and anything that can be recycled, is recycled onboard Oasis of the Seas. The ship boasts state-of the art facilities, complete with shredders, bailers and compactors, as well as crushers for glass, light bulbs, tin and aluminum In addition, Oasis houses the largest cold storage room on any ship in the world to safely store all recyclables, special/hazardous waste, cooking oil, solvents, incinerator ash, etc.
- The coating on Oasis of the Seas’ hull was made of non-toxic, technologically advanced materials that reduce hull resistance, thereby increasing fuel efficiency
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