Win lunch on board world's largest cruise ship

The Oasis of the Seas.

The Oasis of the Seas.

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SHE is heading for Southampton and bringing with her the largest array of entertainment afloat.

Oasis of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship, arrives in port next month and we are giving you the chance to win a pair of tickets to go on board and see just how amazing the Royal Caribbean Lines ship truly is.

Not only will our winners be able to see the range of entertainment on board, but they will enjoy a sumptuous lunch.

And what entertainment it is. Aboard a ship that breaks the mould in just about every way possible, it is fitting that Oasis of the Seas’ entertainment repertoire doesn’t stick to the script. Offering everything from the Tony-award winning Broadway show Hairspray and diving and acrobatic exhibitions, to comedy acts and popular theme nights and parades, Oasis of the Seas is truly the world’s largest and most revolutionary cruise ship. Listen to live music, marvel at street performers in Central Park, join the late-night dancing scene in the Solarium, sing karaoke or even record your own music video at the On Air Club.

“Oasis of the Seas is the most exciting project that I have ever worked on,” says MaryAnn Delany, Director of Entertainment, Royal Caribbean Productions, the cruise line’s very own award-winning in-house entertainment division.

“Not since the Voyager-class ships came out ten years ago, with the first ice skating rink ever built on a cruise ship, have we been this excited.”

The eight-time Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Hairspray is one of the star attractions onboard Oasis of the Seas and the first Broadway show Royal Caribbean International has ever produced for its guests.

Headliner Showtime showcases world class singers, musicians, and magic and juggling acts three times each cruise in the Opal Theater. The popular Studio B ice-skating rink continues to awe guests with spectacular and vibrant ice shows and serves as the location for a variety of themed events. As the first theatre of its kind, the dazzling AquaTheater oceanfront amphitheatre venue spreads across the stern of Oasis of the Seas’ Boardwalk deck and offers the most incredible, jaw-dropping shows ever seen at sea. With a Royal Promenade almost double the width of those found aboard Voyager and Freedom-class ships, Oasis of the Seas continues the tradition of Royal Caribbean International’s signature theme nights and parades, only now in a bigger, more dramatic setting.

To enter today’s competition answer this simple question: Which Broadway show is appearing on board Oasis of the Seas?

By post: Send your answers to Oasis of the Seas Competition (Dining), Anne Dickie, PA to the Editor, Southern Daily Echo, Test lLane, Redbridge. SO16 9JX.

By phone: Simply call 09011510273 and leave your answer and details when prompted.

By text: Send your text to 80360 starting with OOTS2 leave a space, followed by your answer, name and contact details.

Closing date for today’s competition is Wednesday, September 10.

You can enter this and all other competitions for lunch on board Oasis as many times as you wish.

Winners will be contacted by phone so please include a contact number with your entry. Winners must be able to attend the event on October 15, no other dates nor prizes are available nor cash substitutes. Winners must also be able to provide security identification details in the form of a passport number.

Calls cost no more than 51p per call from a BT Landline. Calls from mobiles and some other networks may cost more. Texts cost 50p plus your normal operator text charge. Normal Daily Echo rules apply. For full terms visit newsquest.co.uk/terms. Telephone / text competition line provided by Newsquest Media Group.

Winners to be age 18 or over to attend the day visit. Need valid UK passports to board ship. Winners who are more than 24 weeks pregnant or who will enter their 24th week of pregnancy are unable to attend. Need to be advised if winners have any disabilities

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