|Day 1-2||Fly to Sydney – Australia|
|Day 3||Arrive Sydney – Australia (Deluxe Hotel Stay) You’ll find lots to do by the beautiful port of Sydney. Tourists often visit the iconic harbour in Circular Quay which hosts the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.|
|Day 4||INCLUDED: Sydney Opera House Bondi Beach & City Harbour Tour (Deluxe Hotel Stay)|
|Day 5||Embark Ovation of the Seas in Sydney – Australia|
|Day 6||At Sea|
|Day 7||At Sea|
|Day 8||Bay of Islands – New Zealand Made up of over 150 islands, most still secluded and uninhabited, this perfect slice of paradise offers azure waters, golden beaches and some of the bluest skies you'll ever see.|
|Day 9||Auckland – New Zealand Auckland is New Zealand’s biggest city, and is the most bustling and cosmopolitan of all. You can experience the fantastic food and wine that Auckland has to offer, check out the galleries, or head on an adventure. Its close proximity to the water only adds to its appeal, as well as the 46 volcanic hills scattered around the city.|
|Day 10||Tauranga – New Zealand With Mount Maunganui and Rotorua situated nearby, visitors have a choice of shore excursions, including a visit to geothermal park, the Lady Knox hot spring and the Mount Maunganui hike.|
|Day 11||At Sea|
|Day 12||Wellington – New Zealand Located at the centre of New Zealand, the famous cosmopolitan city has lots to offer for the outdoorsy type, including steep forest-clad hills, the revamped waterfront area leading from the cruise dock, and the quay, where visitors can enjoy wooden walkways and large-scale sculptures.|
|Day 13||Dunedin – New Zealand Dunedin is a thriving, with its Scottish history and architecture. The city offers interesting museums and galleries, as well as, fresh seafood at a variety of restaurants and several shore excursion options.|
|Day 14||Dusky Sound/ Doubtful Sound/ Milford Sound – New Zealand Scenic Cruising|
|Day 15||At Sea|
|Day 16||At Sea|
|Day 17||Sydney – Australia. Fly to UK (Overnight)|
|Day 18||Arrive UK|
*Price based on 25 October 2019 Departure
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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.
Porthole or Picture Window. Two twin beds that convert to Royal King sitting area with sofa, vanity area, and bathroom.
Floor to Ceiling Windows.Two twin beds that convert to Royal King, sitting area, private balcony and private bathroom.
25th Oct 2019, 30th Nov 2019, 29th Jan 2020, 25th Feb 2020
2-Night Deluxe Hotel Stay in Sydney
Return Flights Included
FREE Sydney Opera House, Bondi Beach & City Harbour Tour
Experience State of the Art Technology and World Class Entertainment Onboard
12-Night Full Board Cruise
Ovation of the Seas
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