All aboard. Sometimes the passenger experience on board is more memorable than the destination. Oasis of the Seas, the world’s largest floating hotel, packs the entertainment punch of a bustling metropolis.


Gone are the days when building cities was a landbased affair. When Royal Caribbean International launched Oasis of the Seas, the world’s largest floating hotel was introduced. The ship packs the entertainment punch of a bustling metropolis and includes attractions such as a water park, an iceskating rink, a full-blown Broadway theater, and a real park with 12,000 plants.

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Building facts

  • 5,400 passengers
  • 2,165 crew members
  • 16 passenger decks
  • 24 restaurants, 37 bars
  • 13 retail outlets
  • 72 meters above sea level
  • 361 meters long, 66 meters wide

KONE solutions

  • 25 KONE MonoSpace® elevators
  • 16 KONE MiniSpace™ elevators
  • 2 KONE EcoMaster™ escalators
  • 3 easy-access (impaired mobility) platforms

Oasis of the sea

  • To ensure the smooth flow of 7,500 people on board the world’s largest cruise ship
  • To provide solutions that fit the overall look and feel of the ship
  • Early completion of the elevators, serving logistics already during the construction phase.
  • Strong cooperation between KONE and customer during all phases of the project
  • Tailor made elevator and escalator solutions match the design of the ship
  • Innovative plug-in installation methods to help reduce construction time
  • Maintenance training for crew members

Oasis of the sea

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