|Day 1||Fly to Vancouver – Canada (Deluxe Hotel Stay)|
|Day 2||Vancouver – Canada (Deluxe Hotel Stay)|
|Day 3||Embark Ovation of the Seas in Vancouver||16;30|
|Day 4||At Sea|
|Day 5||At Sea|
|Day 6||Icy Strait Point – Alaska On the edge of Glacier Bay Park, you can go whale watching, bear spotting or if you're feeling adventurous, go zip lining.||09:00||20:00|
|Day 7||Sitka – Alaska Once the capital of Alaska, this town still carries a heavy influence from it's days as an outpost of the Russian empire. Try to be on deck as you sail in, as the views are breathtaking.||07:00||18:00|
|Day 8||Hubbard Glacier – Alaska Scenic Cruising|
|Day 9||Juneau – Alaska This is Alaska’s capital and it blends city attractions with incredible adventures on its doorstep. It’s just a short drive to Mendenhall Glacier, a moving river of craggy blue ice, and the delightful Glacier Gardens set beneath Thunder Mountain. Feeling lucky? Try panning for gold, sport fishing along the Inside Passage or whale watching – sightings are practically guaranteed.||07:000||21:00|
|Day 10||Skagway – Alaska Go for gold. Thousands have before you, because the once infamous port of Skagway was gateway for the 1898 Yukon Gold Rush. Climb aboard the historic White Pass & Yukon Railway, travelling though stunning mountain scenery to a trail camp where you can pan for gold and enjoy ‘naughty nineties’-style entertainment.||07:00||20:30|
|Day 11||Endicott Arm & Dawes Glacier – Alaska Scenic Cruising.||07:00||12:00|
|Day 12||At Sea|
|Day 13||At Sea|
|Day 14||Seattle – USA (Deluxe Hotel Stay) With its high-rise skyline dominated by the futuristic Space Needle, Seattle is a big, lively city surrounded on three sides by water and backed by the Olympic and Cascade Mountains. Get a taste of the Orient in the International Quarter, or the great seafood served up on the waterfront and take a coffee break – the locals insist theirs is the best coffee in the world.|
|Day 15||Seattle – USA (Deluxe Hotel Stay)|
|Day 16||Fly to UK (Overnight)|
|Day 17||Arrive UK|
*Price based on 11 May 2019 departure
Royal Caribbean are proud to announce the name of the third ship in the game-changing Quantum Class. Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas is scheduled to be delivered in the spring of 2016. The name was announced on Thursday 18th September, 2014 at the steel cutting ceremony where the first piece of steel was cut marking the official construction start on the third Quantum class ship, the latest ship in the Royal Caribbean International fleet.
Two twin beds that convert to Royal King sitting area with sofa, vanity area, and bathroom.
Picture or porthole window with two twin beds that convert to Royal King, sitting area with sofa, vanity area and bathroom.
Two twin beds that convert to Royal King, sitting area, private balcony and private bathroom.
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