Ovation of the Seas Cruise Review by Chrissy06
- Sail Date: December 2016
- Destination: Australia & New Zealand
We were lucky to have booked tours which gave us the opportunity to be dropped in town afterwards. It was a disgrace that after thee days at sea people had to stand in huge lines to obtain shuttle passes to go independently to town. You would think they could be handed to them has they leave the ship.
The windjammer was fun to go there with staff dancing 'washy washy' and had everyone dancing to get their hands washed., Food was good. Can't say the same for the dining room meals. I had the nightly special of lamb stew. it arrived in a large bowl full of onion and 4 pieces of lamb. Have never seen anything like this served on previous cruises. Our cabin was lovely with a very attentive room attendant to keep it so clean especially after I had to spend a day of sickness in there,.Surprisingly with so many people we got on and off the ship quite quickly.But would I go back on it? I think I prefer to get the personl touch on smaller ships.
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