Cruise ship Oasis of the Seas (IMO 9383936) will travel from the damaged Dry Dock No 2 in Grand Bahama Shipyard to Cadiz for repairs after a giant crane toppled onto the vessel in Freeport on April 1st, damaging both the vessel and the dock structure.
The pool area was smashed and cabins were damaged. The hull has been bent in. Three cruises scheduled for this month have been cancelled. Royal Caribbean hoped that scheduled itineraries could resume in Barcelona on May 5th.
2009-built, Bahamas-flagged, 225,282 gt Oasis Of The Seas is owned by Oasis of the Seas Inc care of manager Royal Caribbean Cruises of Miami, Florida, USA. It is entered with Steamship Mutual (Smuab) (Americas syndicate) on behalf of Oasis Of The Seas Inc.