Ovation of the Seas is the third ship in a class of next-gen cruise ships from Royal Caribbean. She features innovations throughout, like her sister ships Quantum and Anthem of the Seas, and she has space for 4,180 passengers to cruise the sea with “wow” factors all around them.
When you talk about huge cruise ships, you should include Ovation of the Seas in your conversation. This ocean liner weights 167,800 tons and it’s one of the biggest ships sailing the high seas. Ovation of the Seas features the largest entertainment complex at sea and it’s built to withstand long voyages (her maiden voyage was a 52-night Global Odyssey from Southampton, UK to Tianjin).
Ovation of the Seas itineraries include England to Barcelona cruises, Barcelona to Dubai excursions, and India to Malaysia journeys. It’s also possible to sail an exotic Asian cruise from Singapore to Tianjin on Ovation of the Seas.
Passengers sailing Ovation of the Seas get to take part in a Dynamic Dining program that allows them to choose from 18 restaurants – including paid and free meal options – for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Eatery choices include Jamie’s Italian (from celebrity chef Jaime Oliver), Michael’s Genuine Pub (by Michael Schwartz), and Divinely Decadence at Solarium Bistro (under the culinary direction of Devin Alexander).
Bars and Lounges
Bionic Bar is one of many bars and lounges available on Ovation of the Seas. At Bionic Bar, cruisers can order drinks from a robot that has two arms and mixes drinks while they watch.
Kids sailing Ovation of the Seas have their own H20 Zone kids’ water park on the ship’s top deck. Adults get to relax in a Solarium pool with glass canopy that’s just for their enjoyment. Everyone is welcome to gather around the outdoor, 220-foot poolside movie screen before sundown to mingle and reserve a space for an evening show. Ovation of the Seas gets applause from travelers for its Adventure Ocean kids’ program, Vitality Fitness Center, Broadway-style Royal Theater, and casino.
To learn more about Ovation of the Seas, and to book a cruise on her, we suggest you visit the Royal Caribbean website.