Royal Caribbean International’s cruise ship Ovation of the Seas, which is Asia’s largest and most revolutionary, arrived at Subic Bay for the first time today, June 8.
The arrival of Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas to Australia is being met with plenty of excitement and attention from an Australian public.
Australia will welcome an unprecedented number of cruise ships this summer, with more than 40 vessels sailing in local waters – including eight ships making their maiden visits Down Under.
The highly anticipated arrival of Royal Caribbean International’s new world-class and most technologically advanced ship, Ovation of the Seas at the port city of Tianjin in northeast China, took place today to huge fanfare.
Mega Luxury Cruise Vessel “M.V.Ovation of the Seas” called at the Cochin Port for a 2-day stop-over in its circuit of Dubai-Muscat-Kochi-Penang-Singapore. The vessel with 4000 passengers and 1649 crew was given a warm and colourful reception at the Cochin Port in ethnic style with flowers, sindhoor and chendamelam.
By aspiring to set a high new standard for cruise travel, Royal Caribbean International, the world’s largest cruise line enjoyed great success by deploying their iconic Voyager of the Seas in Hong Kong last year.
Royal Caribbean International announced that internationally-acclaimed Chinese actress, Fan Bingbing, will be the Godmother for Ovation of the Seas, the world’s newest and most technologically advanced cruise ship.
There’s a new member of the Royal Caribbean family as the global cruise line officially took delivery of its 24th ship, Ovation of the Seas, in a ceremony held today in Bremerhaven, Germany.
At 346 meters long (1,138 feet long) and 41 meters wide (136 feet wide), this 167,800 gross ton Ovation Of The Seas is one of the largest ever to go through conveyance.