Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas Becomes Asia’s Largest Cruise Ship

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Royal Caribbean International’s cruise ship Ovation of the Seas, Asia’s largest and most revolutionary, has taken her maiden voyage in June. This is the largest ever cruise ship to call at any Filipino port, with the largest number of guests onboard totaling close to 4,600 from around the world.In Manila, guests can choose to go for shore excursions such as the Tagaytay Tour and the Manila City Tour.

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During the Tagaytay Tour, guests will see the remarkable panoramic view of Taal Lake and Volcano and have the chance to visit a pineapple plantation to try sweet pineapples or buy souvenirs from the furniture and wood carving shops. Meanwhile, the Manila City Tour will present guests the opportunity to witness Roman Catholic and Spanish-colonial era landmarks such as the historic Basilica Manila Cathedral, San Agustin Church which has a museum run by the Augustinian order featuring antique vestments and colonial-era furniture and the centuries-old “The Walled City” that consists of fortified walls, church ruins and relics from Spain’s Conquistadores.

Guests onboard the 18-deck Ovation of the Seas will enjoy the ‘North Star’ observation; ‘Two70’, a hi-tech entertainment venue; cocktails served by robotic bartenders at the ‘Bionic Bar’; skydiving and surfing simulation experiences; interior virtual balcony staterooms with real-time ocean views; luxurious Loft Suites with large living areas and private concierge service; and ‘SeaPlex’, the largest indoor activity space at sea housing roller-skating, bumper cars and more. The ship also features 18 dining venues with cuisines from around the globe, including Jamie’s Italian by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.

Highlights of Ovation of the Seas’ upcoming cruises are the 12-night cruise from Tianjin to Singapore visiting Okinawa (Naha), Taipei (Keelung), Hong Kong, Hue/Danang (Chan May), Nha Trang and Ho Chi Minh City (Phu My) on October 7; and the 14-night cruise from Singapore to Sydney visiting Perth (Fremantle), Adelaide and Hobart on October 19.

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