Royal Caribbean’s fleet of ocean liners allows hundreds of thousands of passengers each year to experience the wonder of cruising on the open sea. Each ship in Royal Caribbean’s fleet is a special vehicle for cruising and discovering the world. One, in particular, deserves a standing applause.
It’s Ovation of the Seas. And, it’s the third of 3 next-gen ships to come out of the Royal Caribbean line.
Let’s talk about all of things that are praise worthy on Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas.
Ovation of the Seas is a cruise vessel that features technological innovations throughout, just as its sister ships Quantum and Anthem of the Seas do. Ovation of the Seas is a 167,800-ton, 4,180-passenger cruise liner that offers the largest entertainment complex at sea. The ship was designed to wow, from bow to stern. It takes cruising to a new level, providing some of the most advanced features on any ocean vessel.
Ovation of the Seas’ maiden sailing is a 52-night Global Odyssey from Southampton, UK to Tianjin. In addition to this itinerary, you can choose from a 7-night England to Barcelona cruise, a 14-night India and Malaysia cruise, a 16-night Barcelona to Dubai cruise, and a 12-night exotic cruise from Singapore to Tianjin.
When it’s time to eat on Ovation of the Seas, passengers have many choices. Royal Caribbean’s Dynamic Dining program is the highlight of dining on Ovation of the Seas. Cruisers can choose meals from 18 restaurants, opting for free and paid plans. Some of the many standout restaurants on Ovation of the Seas include Jamie’s Italian (from celebrity chef Jamie Oliver), Devinly Decadence at Solarium Bistro (under culinary direction of Devin Alexander), and Michaels Genuine Pub (by Michael Schwartz).
Ovation of the Seas’ guests will see technology and innovation even in the ship’s bar. At Bionic Bar, it’s possible to order a drink from a 2-armed robot that will mix your libation right in front of you!
There are many opportunities for fun in the sea on Ovation of the Seas. Kids have their own H2O Zone waterpark on the top deck. Adults have a Solarium pool with glass canopy at their disposal. And everyone can gather around the outdoor, 220-foot poolside movie screen before sundown to socialize and watch an evening movie. Other activities available on Ovation of the Seas’ decks include zip lining and wall climbing.
Inside Ovation of the Seas, passengers can workout and take exercise classes in Vitality Fitness Center. The ship’s Royal Theater presents Broadway shows and the Two70 theater offers high-tech entertainment. If you love live music, you can spend time in Ovation of the Seas’ Music Hall. Of course, like other Royal Caribbean ships, Ovation of the Seas offers gambling in a Vegas-style casino.
When you sail Ovation of the Seas, there’s no shortage of things to see and do. Each moment of your cruise will likely be taking up with activities that will provide memories to last a lifetime.