Royal Caribbean’s first overnight in Noumea


Royal Caribbean International’s 4,180-passenger Ovation of the Seas, which carries a crew of 1,500, will make the company’s first overnight in Noumea.

The 168,666gt ship will arrive at 8 a.m. on November 17 and depart at 5 p.m. the following day, giving passengers the rare opportunity to explore this French overseas territory in the South Pacific after dark.

The overnight stay is part of a nine-night cruise leaving Sydney on November 14 which also visits Mystery Island in Vanuatu.

Evening shorex

Royal Caribbean has released new evening shore excursions for Ovation of the Seas, which include ‘An evening in Lemon Bay,’ a short bus ride from the ship’s berth. 

There will be burgers and chips with draught beer or soft drinks at Le duke’s beachside family restaurant and a local dance…

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