The Oasis of the Seas is the world's largest cruise ship. It is 360 metres (1,187 feet) long, 23 metres longer than the previous record holder, the Freedom of the Seas. It cost more than £800m to build.
The ship is designed around a central boardwalk and can carry a maximum of 6,296 passengers and 2,296 crew. It has 16 passenger decks, accessed by 24 lifts.
The boardwalk runs the length of the ship and features an area known as Central Park, which the operators say is the first living park at sea.
It has 2,706 guest cabins, very few of which are as luxurious as this, the Royal Loft Suite, with its mezzanine bedroom and grand piano.
Among the activities on offer are two surfing simulators, a casino, miniature golf course, rock climbing wall and four swimming pools.
There are more than 20 restaurants and cafes on the ship as well as 17 bars and lounges and 25 shops, including a cupcake shop.
The ship will have its official naming ceremony on 30 November and begin its maiden cruise to Haiti on 1 December.
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