Looks like a cross between a shopping mall and a tacky Vegas casino. Bit of decking up top if you're interested in the outside world.
"Royal Caribbean, which owns Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas,
the largest cruise ships afloat, has streamlined the process for these
6,000-passenger ships. When I sailed on the Oasis in December 2009, the
drill was a video in the ship's theater, with no physical donning of
vests. Attendance was checked by scanning of onboard identification
cards, which hold muster station information. And life jackets were
stored at muster stations, not in staterooms, so passengers had a better
chance to get to those vests. This system is in effect on the Allure
and the Oasis."
(January 2012, and things may have changed since).
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