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Royal Caribbean’s Ovation Of The Seas Reviews

The Ovation of the Seas is the third in the innovative new Quantum class from Royal Caribbean. With next-generation features that will have your head spinning, this is an amazing chance to cruise from Australia on one of the most modern cruise ships in existence. Read on to find out what cruisers have thought of the Ovation. Read more

The basics

At a length of 1,142 feet and a width of 135 feet, the Ovation of the Seas is a big ship. Her 18 decks will carry a total of 4,905 passengers at full occupancy.

The destinations for the Ovation of the Seas include ports all over Asia, and those in and around Australia.


The staterooms on the Ovation of the Seas bring more options than ever before. The inside cabins, oceanview cabins, balcony cabins and suites are still on the menu, but it doesn’t stop there - family connected staterooms with a range of configurations, extravagant loft suites with private spas, and more.

All rooms across the various categories are a treat, fitted out with plush fabrics and elegant touches as well as innovative storage to maximise space for living. Virtual balconies will give even inside cabins a fantastic view of the ocean.


This ship has entertainment options you would never have dreamed of. Soar 300 feet over the waves in the North Star Capsule for 360° ocean views, or practice your skydiving techniques with the RipCord simulator.

In the evening, there are plenty of bars and lounges offering all kinds of entertainment, as well as amazing aerial shows and productions in the Two70° venue.


Dynamic Dining is a new way to eat at sea. From the delectable American Icon Grill to the contemporary Chic or sumptuous Grande Restaurant, you choose your restaurant each night  -  and don’t fret, the buffet is still there!

If you want to up the ante even more, try one of the specialty restaurants. There’s the dreamy, eccentric menu at Wonderland, the down-to-earth cooking style of Jamie Oliver at Jamie's Italian and a true gastropub by award-winning chef Michael Schwartz.

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