Ovation of the Seas visiting Wed 29 November
The biggest cruise ship to ever visit Fremantle will return tomorrow.

Published: 28/11/2017


Ovation of the Seas arriving at Fremantle Inner Harbour last year

Ovation of the Seas, the biggest cruise ship to ever visit Australia will return to Fremantle tomorrow (Wednesday 29 November).

The ship made its debut in Fremantle on 6 December 2016.

At 168,800 gross tonnes and 348 metres in length, this ship ranks as one of the largest in the world.


Turning on arrival in the harbour last year

The ship is scheduled to arrive in Fremantle Inner Harbour at 6.30am (at entrance about 6.45-7am) and depart at 5pm the same day (see Shipping Movements/Cruise Ships for up-to-date arrival and departure times).


Arriving last year

About 3,800 passengers will be on board on their way from Singapore to Sydney, its homeport for the summer.

See the City of Fremantle's 2016 time lapse arrival video Ovation of the Seas: Be part of the story.
 
See a time lapse video of the ship arriving and turning in the harbour last year here.


The best places to see ships entering or leaving the harbour are on the western end of Victoria Quay (in front of A and B sheds or near the WA Maritime Museum) or on South or North moles.

See the Victoria Quay Visitor Guide.