Royal Caribbean International's Oasis of the Seas
Today, Friday 9th December 2011, our most recent especially assigned drawing, of Royal Caribbean International's 225,000 tonne giant Oasis of the Seas, departed Dream Designs Colchester, marking the start of her transatlantic crossing to North America.
In January 2012, our especially assigned drawing is set to board the record breaking vessel, when our loyal follower, Daniel Blossom, is set to spend 7 night aboard Oasis of the Seas, cruising the Caribbean.
It is hoped whilst aboard Oasis of the Seas, he will be lucky enough to meet with the Captain to officially present the especially assigned drawing on behalf of Dream Designs Colchester.
Previously in December 2009, Reggie Atwell, one of our U.S. Travel Agent contacts was kind enough to agree to present our original drawing of Oasis of the Seas to Captain William Wright, Senior Vice President, Marine Operations, Royal Caribbean International, during the inaugural celebrations.
Unfortunately we never received a reply from Royal Caribbean International or Captain William Wright, but we respect that during the time our drawing was presented aboard Oasis of the Seas, many of their staff and crew were extremely busy during the inaugural period.
Our drawings have improved dramatically and we are extremely proud to have our drawing displayed aboard an ever growing number of the world's leading cruise ships!
Harry Cotterill, President & Managing Director, Dream Designs Colchester, said:
" Since our original drawing was presented aboard Oasis of the Seas in December 2009, our drawings have continued to improve and have increasing become known by numerous individuals and companies, particularly within the cruise and shipping industry."
" I am personally extremely excited to know that my very own drawing is going to be presented aboard the world's largest cruise ship, not to mention the possibility of it being officially framed and displayed aboard like so many others. I see this as a truly wonderful opportunity to continue our close connection with a Royal Caribbean International. "
Harry Cotterill set up his blog when he was just 16-years old, making him one of the youngest cruise bloggers in the world. In later years he became known across the world for his amazing talent of drawing cruise ships!