Families of four can sail from Singapore to Australia aboard the biggest and newest cruise ship to ever visit our shores – Ovation of the Seas – as part of an exclusive Cruiseco charter available from Cruise Express.
Just eight months after her launch, the new 5000-passenger ship will sail from Singapore on 30 November 2016 on her maiden cruise to Australia as the world’s fourth largest cruise ship.
Stretching for more than a third of a kilometre with an observation pod higher than the pylons of Sydney Harbour Bridge, the A$1.3 billion Royal Caribbean International ship will call at Fremantle, Adelaide and Hobart before arriving in Sydney on 15 December 15 2016 for a two-month season.
Perfect for families, Ovation of the Seas will boast features never before seen on a ship in Australia. These include a skydiving simulator, flying trapeze school, dodgem car arena, rollerskating rink, 18 dining venues, super-fast internet, a multi-sensory show arena, a robot bar and wristbands that open cabin doors and make onboard purchases.
Also offering four pools, outdoor cinema, surfing simulator, multiple kids’ clubs and a rockclimbing wall, the ship will be 14 per cent bigger than the Queen Mary 2, which current holds the title of the biggest cruise ship to visit Australia.
Cabins on Ovation of the Seas’ chartered voyage from Singapore to Australia are available for sale only via Cruiseco member agents, including Cruise Express, which is offering exclusive fares for families of four. These fares, covering two adults and two children aged 15 and under sharing one ocean-view cabin, are available from:
* $3288 per family from Singapore to Fremantle (six nights)
* $6338 from Singapore to Adelaide (11 nights)
* $7554 from Singapore to Hobart (13 nights)
* $7828 from Singapore to Melbourne (13 nights – including flights from Hobart to Melbourne); and
* $8768 from Singapore to Sydney (15 nights)
Fares include onboard meals (excluding speciality restaurants), entertainment and use of kids’ clubs and are subject to availability.
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