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Ovation Of The Seas

This is the third trailblazing ship, that can accommodate 4900 people, to join RCI’s Quantum Class. Its an edge of the seat entertainer with non-parellel features such as the iFly, the North Star Capsule, a robotic bar, delicious meals and evocative artwork all around. Its an exciting pleasure, an awesome adventure in the sea.

Why Yes?

This mega-liner opens up exotic shores and a world of new experiences with its fancy tech entertainment and attractions.

Why Not?

With the capacity of the ship being filled till the brim, waiting for the main buffet, might be a pain in various bars and restaurants.


All pros out weigh the cons and make this a must have experience specifically for sailings across Asia. Adventure is what defines this cruise ship.

Cabin Review

Stateroom design and other range of cabins is where Ovation of the Seas sets itself apart. Out of 2,090 cabins 1,570 have balconies which adds up to 75 percent much higher than the cruise ship norm.
Remaining 147 cabins are ocean view. The ship also has 28 studio cabins for single travelers and 354 staterooms across the vessel which easy access to wheelchair. All the cabins are set up well, easy on the eye and decorated well. Cabins are sizable and are comfortable. Cabin Features like dressing table/desk chairs, small safes, refrigerated minibars are available inside the rooms etc.


Throughout the day, you will find an array of activities to keep yourself busy including creative, mental and physical activities that are held across the ship in areas such as the Music Hall and Two70. When the sun goes down, there is so much more to do from Caribbean calypso to smooth Latin sounds and classic rock, passengers can dance the night away to tunes from around the world or give singing a go at a karaoke session. There is casino which boasts 30 gaming tables and catering to the Asian market. Pool bars are also a popular spot for drinks and sun downers in and around the mid ship Royal Esplanade. There is a skydiving tower which is Royal Caribbean’s first at sea innovation. Just head to the top deck and you will feel like you are skydiving. Flow Rider surf simulator is another outdoor attraction. There is rock climbing wall as well to give your fitness a go.


Dining options include the colorful Kung Fu Panda Noodle Shop, and the Windjammer. There is a My Time Dining program where you can choose from two dining seating times, early or late or a flexible option which means you can eat at different times. There isn’t an option of main dining room available in this ship, instead people are spread across the main four restaurants: The Grande, Chic, Silk and American Icon Grill. Menus are the same in each venue and change daily. Expect classic dishes such as lobster bisque or escargots in herb butter to start, followed by grilled fish or chicken for mains, and chocolate lava cake, gelato or baked Alaska for dessert.


Solarium Bistro, the Coastal Kitchen which serves Mediterranean and Californian cuisine exclusively available to suite passengers only, is one of the most innovative things that this ship hosts.Sea Plex Dog House is a novel hot dog van at sea, its adds that adventure and dun feel to the Sea Plex complex especially when the bumper cars are running. Room service is available 24 hours a day and food can be ordered through interactive TV.
The ship offers different culinary experience, including a more intimate atmosphere, really personal service, top-notch food and in the case of Wonderland an extraordinary experience. There is a skydiving tower which is Royal Caribbean’s first at sea innovation

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