Archive for Lisa Bauer

It’s almost Friday! The anticipation is just getting out of control. :P

Exciting update from Royal Caribbean’s FaceBook page today- “Be a part of history and witness Royal Caribbean’s highly anticipated Oasis of the Seas’ arrival this Friday 11/13. There will be a public welcoming event held at the Jetty Pavilion in John U. Lloyd Beach State Park in Dania Beach, FL from 7-10 a.m. There will be refreshments, giveaways and more!”

But do not fret fellow iCruisers outside of the the South Florida area, you can definitely watch live feed of Oasis of the Seas’ grand entrance into the Port Everglades Inlet here; http://www.inletcam.com/

Aside from that, Oasis of the Seas is full speed ahead to ensure a timely entrance into Port Everglades. More talk of the busy busy day-to-day life aboard the Oasis of the Seas regarding preparations from both Richard Fain, Chairman & CEO and Lisa Bauer, Senior VP of Hotel Operations.

Read Richard Fain’s post on the technical preparations and behind-the-scenes operations here; http://www.oasisoftheseas.com/chairmans-blog/chairman/getting-close/

Lisa Bauer’s post on all the restaurant openings and different stages of entertainment rehearsals can be read here; http://www.nationofwhynot.com/blog/?p=698#more-698

Day 11 – November 08, 2009

What better place to build the world’s largest cruise ship than in Finland’s capital of shipbuilding? Learn about Turku’s rich history and tradition of shipbuilding and its close relationship with Royal Caribbean and Oasis of the Seas.

Senior VP of Hotel Operations for Royal Caribbean Cruises, Lisa Bauer has been pretty busy, yet she’s still managed to write post after post on the “Why Not?” blog.

Read about her inside scoop of behind the scenes on Oasis of the Seas when it comes to ‘stress testing’, training, and the challenges they face – http://www.nationofwhynot.com/blog/?p=650

Also, the Coach Store had it’s grand opening, and Lisa answers some questions about the Cupcake Cupboard here – http://www.nationofwhynot.com/blog/?p=669

The important details regarding the delicious cupcakes is that the Cupcake Cupboard will be “charging $2.50 per cupcake or $12.50 for a half dozen and $20.00 for a dozen cupcakes.” Which is actually considered serious undercharging in the gourmet cupcake world.

Day 10 – November 07, 2009

This video is great, that view from Deck 15 above the Boardwalk and face the AquaTheater is incredible. Check out the still shot here; http://twitpic.com/ow342

Two retired Royal Caribbean captains are on Oasis of the Seas to experience the transatlantic crossing. Get their expert opinions of how the ship has fared, the temperamental North Atlantic weather and all Oasis has to offer to her guests.