The segment will showcase the ship's seven distinct "neighborhoods," including "Central Park," the first park at sea with nearly 12,000 plants and trees and the "AquaTheater," an amphitheater-style space that serves as a pool by day and an oceanfront theater by night.
In addition to the live broadcast, Royal Caribbean and "Good Morning America" are working with ABC affiliate stations in six markets to offer a contest for people who have done something extraordinary for their community.
Three individuals in Hartford, Conn., Miami, New York, Orlando, Fla., San Francisco and Seattle will win a trip for themselves and a guest
to join "GMA" for the live broadcast on Oasis of the Seas. They will also receive an exclusive pre-inaugural cruise following the show.--Tanya Irwin