Is Oasis of the Seas Good for Me?

By Nadia Jastrjembskaia These questions I hear almost every day. Why? People are unsure about the Oasis class ships: Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas. Some major misconceptions are: They are too big, so you feel crowded. It is not safe to be among thousands of people, because diseases spread out rapidly in crowded ships. Oasis class ships are … Read More

What is there to do in CocaCay?

If you like a day at the beach; if you like snorkeling or kayaking, if you like a picnic atmosphere, CocaCay is the best place to be in! Just imagine: a sugary beach, smell of the barbecue and colorful fish swimming between your legs. This is CocaCay – Royal Caribbean’s private island in Bahamas. There are a lot of cruise departures that … Read More

Snorkeling in Cozumel

Cozumel is a port of call for the Western Itinerary for Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas. When my clients ask me about suggestions for excursions, my first reaction is – snorkeling! Do you know that Cozumel has the second largest reef ecosystem in the world after Great Australian Reef? Cozumel is part of the Great Maya … Read More

7 Unknown Reasons for Travel Insurance

#1 Cancel for Any Reason Your girlfriend said she loved you so you booked cruise on Allure of the Seas for two. But then she found a new boyfriend who took her to the South Pacific. With the Cancel for Any Reason option, you can re-book for the next Singles Cruise. #2 Cancel for Work Reasons The boss brings you the good … Read More

Stay on Fisher Island before your Allure of the Seas Cruise? Why Not?

By Nadia Jastrjembskaia September 21, 2011 One of my clients, a school teacher, requested one night on Fisher Island. “For one night of my life I want to experience the ‘high life’ that no one in my family can even dream about!” Yes, this is a good point, especially for honeymooners. Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas are nearby … Read More

Christmas Cruising for the Whole Family

By Nadia Jastrjembskaia September 20, 2011 A client called me recently and asked for my suggestion about a Christmas cruise for her and her extended family. “We are tired of spending thousands of dollars on gifts for each other. Boxes are nice but what is the real value of the sweater that ends up in the back of your closet winter season? … Read More

Why Royal Caribbean?

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By Nadia Jastrjembskaia September 19, 2011-09-19 There is no doubt that not all cruise ships are equal and not all cruise lines are the same. What separates Royal Caribbean from the rest of the pack? Yes, there are cruise lines that are more affordable. So, people are ready to pay more for WHAT exactly? The question I receive most often from novice … Read More

Last Minute Cruise: Yes or No?

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September 18, 2011 By Nadia Jastrjembskaia Yes, everyone wants to have the lowest price possible! I receive a lot of questions from my clients regarding last minute cruises. It depends. If you are flexible and adventurous, last minute cruises are the best for you. If you plan your family vacation with in-laws, last minute cruise is the bad idea. Royal Caribbean International … Read More

Baby on Oasis or Allure of the Seas?

Why Not? September 17, 2011 Young parents have a dilemma when they plan their cruise vacation on Oasis of the Seas or Allure of the Seas: to take baby or don’t take baby with them. So, what to do with baby? To take with you, of course if your baby is older than 6 months! Remember, fun is not just for adults … Read More

Focus on Excursions: Labadee’s Barefoot Beach Club

The Oasis of the Seas and the Allure of the Seas have a port of call in Labadee in the northern part of Haiti on their Western itineraries. While it is advertised as an island it actually is a peninsula of Hispaniola. This area is leased exclusively to Royal Caribbean International. Barefoot Beach Club in Labadee is specially designed for suite guests … Read More

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