Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas are two cruise ships owned by Royal Caribbean International. Although both cruise ships are visually similar, there are a few differences between the two, depending on quantitative things such as size, cost and onboard facilities. The major difference between Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas is that the former is 50 mm (2.0 in) longer than the latter.
Moreover, Allure of the Seas started its maiden voyage on December 1, 2010. On the other hand, the maiden voyage of Oasis of the Seas started on December 5, 2009. Cost is another quantitative difference between the two cruise ships. Financial statistics revealed that the cost of Allure of the Seas in 2006 was US$1.2 billion whereas the cost of Oasis of the Seas at the same time was US$1.4 billion. Both these cruise ships were ordered in February, 2006.
Furthermore, there are a number of differences between the dining facilities and the shopping areas onboard the two cruise ships. For people who love Mexican food, Allure of the Seas has a Mexican restaurant named Rita’s Cantina. There is no such restaurant onboard Oasis of the Seas; however, it does have a dining establishment called the Seafood Shack. Oasis of the Seas has a doughnut place, while Allure of the Seas has a hot dog place.
When it comes to entertainment facilities, one can find yet another difference between Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas. A proper multimedia stage is present onboard Allure of the Seas. However, the same facility is not present onboard Oasis of the Seas. In addition, the presence of Britto Gallery and shop onboard Allure of the Seas is yet another difference between the two.