You might not immediately think of a cruise ship as somewhere to enjoy a spot of designer shopping, but Royal Caribbean’s ‘Oasis of the Seas’ is the largest cruise ship in the world, and has over 10,000 square feet of retail stores.
With so much shopping available, many of the top designer brands are represented here, and of course you’ll also find plenty of knick-knacks and souvenirs that you can take home with you as a reminder of your trip, so you may want to make sure you take enough spending money to let you really enjoy this shoppers paradise that you’ll find on board.
Just to give you a hint of what you could buy on this Royal Caribbean ship, some of the shopping you can find on the ship are:
On the boardwalk you’ll find Star Pier which is a great store appealing to young adults and teenagers. It’s full of trendy designer clothing, electronic games and accessories all designed especially for this age range. Step into The Candy Beach where they sell more than 70 types of candy for pick and mix as well as sweets from the 50’s 60’s and 70’s that you will find hard to get elsewhere. Pinwheels is a great place to take younger children to outfit them as you’ll find plenty of great clothing and accessories for kids here.
The Royal Promenade
If you’re looking for an outfit for yourself, then Prince & Greene is a very trendy boutique. They have many designer clothing labels available including names such as Fred Perry, Ben Sherman, Marc Jacobs and Betsey Johnson. Another shop you’ll find here is Regalia where they sell some of the best known jewellery and watches including Olivia, Roberto Coin and Tag Heuer.
The Pool & Sport Zone
If you’re looking for a day out enjoying the sunshine by the pool, then here you’ll find Breeze. Breeze is an open air shop that is stocked up with all manner of sun-care products, sunglasses, tote bags and more. You can even find yourself a new book to read here if you’ve left yours back in your state room.
As well as all this wonderful shopping, the Oasis of the Seas is an architectural marvel. With sixteen decks, 2700 state rooms and so much to see and do, it’s more than just a cruise ship, it’s really a self contained resort that sails the oceans.