Exclusive Look at New Seabourn Ovation

Posted By on Apr 30, 2018 | 0 comments


Seabourn have confirmed that their new ship, Seabourn Ovation, has been delivered from Fincantieri. Not only this but there is also an exclusive first-hand look at the luxury ship ahead of her maiden voyage next week.

Seabourn Ovation Suite 2Seabourn Ovation accommodates 604 passengers and she is the sister ship to Seabourn Encore, which debuted in 2016. Seabourn Ovation is incredibly stylish accompanied with a warm personality and exceptional food and service.

The ship is now on route to Venice where guests will board ready for her maiden voyage on 5th May. The naming ceremony will take place in a glittering ceremony in Malta by the renowned West-End star, Elaine Page.Seabourn Ovation Restaurant

The President of Seabourn, Richard D. Meadows, commented: “We are pleased to take delivery of Seabourn Ovation, offering yet another reason for luxury travelers to choose us for their next holiday. It has been an incredible journey to see the ship come to life, and the Fincantieri team has done a fantastic job in the construction of the ship. The combination of Adam Tihany’s design vision and Fincantieri’s fine craftsmanship have resulted in yet another stunning creation. We are very proud to welcome her to the Seabourn family.”

The CEO of Fincantieri, Giuseppe Bono, stated: “Completing such a ship with this level of luxury and complexity is not always an assuming result, and therefore we are very proud of it.”

Seabourn Ovation Jacuzzi

To view more fantastic photos of the new Seabourn Ovation, please click on this link: https://www.sovereigncruise.co.uk/cruise-ships/seabourn-cruise-ships/seabourn-ovation

For the guaranteed best fares on all Seabourn voyages, please contact The Sovereign Cruise Club!

 

 

 

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