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Ovation of the Seas is the third ship of Royal Caribbean International’s Quantum-class cruise ships. Weighing a gross tonnage of 186,666, it has 18 decks and can accommodate up to 4,180 guests.
During the northern summer season, Ovation of the Seas usually sails from Tianjin, China, and then repositions to sail to Sydney during the southern summer season.
Ovation of the Seas caters for every type of passenger, from babies to special needs, everyone is welcome. The ship is a great all round choice from those wanting a couple’s retreat, family adventure or cruise for a special occasion.
The ship’s unique taste and class is displayed on all 2,090 staterooms, guaranteeing a dreamlike and comfortable experience for every passenger. The staterooms are offered in different types, including interior, oceanview, balcony, and the famous virtual balcony stateroom that features real-time floor-to-ceiling displays.
With Ovation of the Seas, you will experience adventure and entertainment like no other. This cruise ship is specially created for the thrill-seeker. Onboard you could partake in some rock climbing or experience the thrills of the free fall ride on RipCord by iFLY You could also catch a wave on the FlowRider surf simulator before ascending over 300 feet above sea level in North Star. All these activities are perfect for the thrill seeker whether you do it individually or with a group.
Shopping centres, spa and fitness centres, bars, and lounges await those who are looking for more laidback activities. The Bionic Bar provides a fun alternative to typical bars, with robot bartenders to shake and code your drinks.
And of course, a cruise won’t be complete without satisfying your palate. You can try Chef’s Table for a private five-course culinary experience or Izumi to satisfy your inclination for Japanese food. Complete your day with an appetising round of hot pot at Solarium Bistro or a combination of Mediterranean and Cali cuisine at the Coastal Kitchen.
All these and more onboard Royal Caribbean's Ovation of the Seas.
Ovation of the Seas Reviews
Elizabeth tomlin travelled in February, 2019 and left the following review:
The ship, the entertainment, the food, the staff, everything was 100%. But after 5 days - passengers started to fall ill. 72% of our group returned home with influenza A. A reportable illness. Personally, eleven days after I went down I’m still not better. Not sure wether this is to do with hygiene, air conditioning, or other source...... but our collective holidays were ruined. What a waste of time and money.
thi nguyen travelled in March, 2018 and left the following review:
Beautiful ship, excellent shows and activities. Royal Esplanade is small though not big enough when a lot of people gather. Gym room is also small specially space for stretching, yoga is way too narrow other than that the ship is terrific , we would strongly reccomment to relatives and friends as we have always do.
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Royal Caribbean International have announced it's newest ship "Ovation of the Seas" will be deployed to Australian waters from December 2016. The ship can carry about 5000 passengers on it's 16 decks...