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And now here it comes

Posted by
Jypyä Pop (Turku, Finland) on 4 January 2012 in Art & Design and Portfolio.

Oasis of the Seas and its sister ship, Allure of the Seas was built in Turku. Oasis was handed over in October 2009 and the Allure in October 2010.

Hello everybody. It is fine that You will see my pictures. I do not know English very well. Therefore, it may be some comments or answers seem strange. I'm trying to learn more. Thank you for your understanding.

Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, BC, Canada

Wow. That is one huge ship.

4 Jan 2012 6:30am

@Michael Rawluk: Yes it is. The ship's departure was followed by probably more than a thousand people.

Nigel from Avening, United Kingdom

Luxury living on the high seas !

4 Jan 2012 6:53am

@Nigel: So it can almost certainly say.

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Fantastic shot of this floating city!

4 Jan 2012 10:48am

@Stephen: Thank you Stephen.

Doug from Burnham-on-Sea, United Kingdom

Great shot, what incredible engineering to build something like this

4 Jan 2012 11:33am

@Doug: I've often thought about the same. Such a ship is so huge complex that it does not really understand when you view it from afar.

Mhelene from Paris, France

A somptuous photo !

4 Jan 2012 11:54am

@Mhelene: Thank you Mhelene

Mariana M. from Waterloo, Canada

beautiful . why don't you make your signature smaller ?

4 Jan 2012 12:56pm

@Mariana M.: You are right. This is better. Thank you for your interest.

Adela Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

An exquisite panoramic ... wonderful! I love the light and peace, breathing the sea! A hug, Adela

4 Jan 2012 1:18pm

@Adela Fonts: Thank you Adela. That what you say fmakes good feelings for me.

The Mouse from Glasgow, United Kingdom

Watched a programme on discovery about these ships, amazing, especially when they tested the emergency chutes and one poor bloke landed on his backside!

4 Jan 2012 1:42pm

@The Mouse: Those ships are much more amazing. It would be the best that they rescue slides will never be needed in a real situation. When the ship can accommodate a total of almost 8,000 people, would be a series of rescuing certainly an overwhelming task for even large group of rescuers. In my opinion, these ships are a great indication of what can be done by human hands, such is desired.

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Un immense paquebot dans des tons doux, fantastique compo et cpatage
Braov et amitié

4 Jan 2012 3:38pm

@Nicou: Thank you very much.

ursulakatariina from Leixlip, Ireland

Great ships they are.

4 Jan 2012 4:28pm

@ursulakatariina: Yes they are. It was somehow a great moment, when the saw when you went to that great monster of the world's oceans.

omid from mashhad, Iran


4 Jan 2012 10:07pm

@omid: Thank you omid.

Tara from Los Angeles, United States

WOAH! Thats a whopper of a ship!

5 Jan 2012 6:49am

@Tara: Yes, it is quite a whopper. Length of 361 meters. See the link below the picture from that.