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Breathtaking video by inselvideo of Royal Caribbean’s upcoming Ovation of the Seas under construction in Germany.

Ovation of the Seas will be Royal Caribbean’s third Quantum class cruise ship and is now under construction at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The video is one of the best we’ve seen right outside the construction hall at Meyer Werft. All we can see of the large ship so far are some blocks that have already come together. More blocks are being added to the vessel and once complete will be 167,800 gross tons.

The Quantum class ship still has many major milestones to hit during the build. The vessel will be completed and delivered to Royal Caribbean in Spring , 2016. The ship will sail her maiden voyage in April, 2016 and will showcase all the best that Royal Caribbean has to offer including popular innovative features like The North Star, Ripcord by iFLY and Robotic bartenders. We can also expect something extra when the new ship debuts.

Ovation of the Seas will be based in Tianjin, China from May, 2016 and then will be deployed to Australia for the 2016/17 winter season. Cruise Hive will keep readers informed on the latest development of the 4,180 passenger capacity cruise ship.

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