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Venture into the beating heart of India’s cultural cities, historic highlights and ingenious architecture during your complimentary five-star Golden Triangle tour, before embarking the ultra-luxury Seabourn Ovation for the ultimate cruise holiday.

Flying to Delhi, discover the amalgamation of seven ancient cities to create this iconic capital. Heading to Agra, uncover the beauty of the Taj Mahal complete with intricate inlay work, precious gems and its pearlescent dome. After you visit the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur, you’ll return to Delhi for a final night before you fly to Dubai for an overnight hotel stay. Listen to the hustle and bustle as you walk within gold souks and smell the heady scent of incense perfuming the air.

Embarking Seabourn Ovation, sail across the Indian Ocean to India’s coastline visiting Cochin which is on the doorstep of nature retreat Kerala and spicy Chennai, renowned for its fabulous cuisine. After diving beneath the cool waves in Phuket, relax on the stunning beaches in Langkawi before arriving in Singapore where you’ll disembark and fly home.

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Your Itinerary

DAY 1 | 16 Nov
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Delhi - Hotel Stay

Welcome to Delhi, one of the world’s great historic capitals, which features several UNESCO sites. A treasure trove that encapsulates an intriguing combination of tradition and modernity, it’s made up of seven ancient cities that have melded into one intoxicating metropolis. This is the gateway to the Golden Triangle, home to many of India’s ancient most renowned ancient wonders. Today, free to explore the city at your leisure, you can explore its lively streets and sample the tantalising Mughal cuisine synonymous with this region.

DAY 2 | 17 Nov
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Delhi - Hotel Stay and Tour

Today you’ll visit both Old and New Delhi, two equally fascinating areas. New Delhi is home to the Jantar Mantar observatory, featuring the world’s largest stone sundial, as well as the Rashtrapati Bhavan, the official residence of the president of India. It’s also where you’ll find Connaught Place, a commercial hub centred on a ring of colonnaded Georgian-style buildings. Meanwhile in Old Delhi you’ll see the Jama Masjid mosque and the Red Fort, which lies next to the centuries-old Meena Bazaar market, filled with everything from saris to spices.

DAY 3 | 18 Nov
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Agra - Hotel Stay and Tour

This is where you’ll see the highlight of your Golden Triangle Tour, the incredible Taj Mahal. The pinnacle of Mughal architecture, it was built by the emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century in honour of his favourite wife who died during childbirth. Its white-marble minarets and onion dome stand out like a beacon for miles around. You’ll also see the Agra Fort, so large that it’s less like a fort than a walled city. Remarkably well-preserved, its vast interior contains curios like a giant stone bath tub.

DAY 4 | 19 Nov
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Jaipur - Hotel Stay and Tour

On the way to Jaipur you’ll stop off at Fatehpur Sikri, a deserted 16th century red sandstone city, the gateway of which is its imposing domed archway, the Buland Darwaza, which means ‘Gate of Victory’. Finally arriving in the Rajasthan capital of Jaipur, known as the Pink City because of the colour scheme of many of its many historic buildings, you’ll discover many well-preserved architectural wonders that illustrate the vast wealth and power of the rajas that once ruled this enthralling corner of India.

DAY 5 | 20 Nov
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Jaipur - Hotel Stay and Tour

While in Jaipur you’ll also visit the Amber Fort. A magnificent spectacle from the outside, its interior is even more impressive, with beautiful frescoed arches, mirrored ceilings and intricately carved marble relief panels which have withstood the ravages of time. The sandstone fort overlooks the tranquil Maota Lake in the middle of which is a delightful saffron garden.

DAY 6 | 21 Nov
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Delhi - Hotel Stay

Your Golden Triangle tour over, you’ll arrive back in Delhi before your flight to Dubai. This is your chance to see some of Delhi’s incredible architecture, such as the Lotus Temple, a Baha’i House of worship and winner of numerous architectural awards and open to those of all religions. Surrounded by gardens and ponds, it’s a haven of tranquillity in this fast-moving city.

DAY 7 | 22 Nov
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Dubai - Hotel Stay

Dubai’s growing reputation as a place that has it all is well-deserved. From thrilling waterparks the size of small towns to first-class restaurants, swanky bars to sweet-smelling souks, it’s the Arabian Gulf’s most talked about city.  While taking an elevator up the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, might be on your checklist, you could also take an abra boat across the creek and visit the Gold Souk in Deira, the older part of town. Or just splash your cash at one of dozens of lavish malls.

DAY 8 | 23 Nov
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Dubai - Embark Seabourn Ovation

Today you’ll embark Seabourn Ovation for your ultra-luxury cruise to Dubai. As soon as you step on board, you’ll be welcomed by a personalised service that Seabourn is so well known for. Enjoy your Personal Suite Stewardess who can cater to your every wish and desire whether it is drawing you a Pure Pampering™ bath or letting you host an elegant cocktail party in your suite, it is completely up to you.

DAY 9 - 12 | 24 - 27 Nov
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At Sea

While on board you’ll enjoy the award-winning restaurants where every mouthful is a tasty treat and succulent morsel. Working closely with chef Thomas Keller (the only American-born chef to hold multiple three-star Michelin star ratings) Seabourn Ovation’s restaurants have been cultivated to host the most delicious meals that you could ever imagine. From The Colonnade to The Grill by Thomas Geller, you’ll have only one hard decision to make during your cruise – what to sample first?

DAY 13 | 28 Nov
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Cochin

The port city of Cochin lies on the coast of Kerala, a state renowned for its fertile fields, rolling mountains and endless waterways that wind their way through dense forests in every imaginable shade of green. Cochin was the centre of the Indian spice trade for centuries and traded with a plethora of other cultures in distant lands. You might even catch a performance of Kathakali, one of the classical dances of India, which is native to Kerala.

DAY 14 - 15 | 29 - 30 Nov
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At Sea

Find inner peace in the on board Spa & Wellness centre. Set apart from other cruise lines, Seabourn has innovated relaxation for the mind, body and soul. Partnering with Dr. Weil, a visionary in integrative medicine, this Spa & Wellness centre means that with your Mindful Living Coach, a certified yoga and meditation practitioner, you can be guided on your journey to serenity.

DAY 16 - 17 | 1 - 2 Dec
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Chennai

You’ll enjoy an overnight stay on board the ship in Chennai. A vivacious city created from combining villages and towns, this destination collects the best that the southern India has to offer. Also known for its delicious tasty treats, be sure to try some dosa – a crepe made from rice flour and ground pulses - with coconut or tomato chutney.

DAY 18 - 19 | 3 - 4 Dec
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At Sea

During the day you could head to the Discovery Centre where you could learn about a range of subjects from natural history to learning about the culture of the region that you’ll explore on your cruise. Then, after a dip in the pool you can settle in for an elegant afternoon tea in The Club for the perfect end to the perfect day.

DAY 20 | 5 Dec
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Sabang

Lying off the northern tip of Sumatra, Sabang is a tiny volcanic island surrounded by coral reefs filled with confetti-like shoals of tropical fish. Most of the island’s charms are of the natural kind, with idyllic beaches, a small-but-scenic waterfall, a cave and a hot spring. There’s also the remains of a fort from when the Japanese occupied the island during World War II.

DAY 21 | 6 Dec
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Phuket

Thailand’s largest island, Phuket is popular with all travellers from backpackers to those seeking a more luxurious experience. Famous for its beaches and lush forest interior, it also has lively bars, street markets and is home to the Disneyesque Fantasea, a brightly illuminated complex that is a combination of cultural theme park, musical venue and giant food court.

DAY 22 | 7 Dec
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Langkawi

Off the northwest coast of Malaysia you’ll discover Langkawi, known as the ‘Jewel of Kedah’. This quiet archipelago was undeveloped until the 1980s when the then prime minister decided to turn it into a major tourist resort. Get the most out of the island by walking the Langkawi Sky Bridge above the forest canopy and gazing at crimson-flecked sunsets on Cenang Beach.

DAY 23 | 8 Dec
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At Sea

Today you’ll have the time to relax and rejuvenate on the ship with your day at sea. Head to Seabourn Square where you could enjoy your morning newspaper with an aromatic espresso and croissant. In the evening, after a romantic dinner for two, you could head to the Observation Lounge where you could enjoy the 360 degree views of the sea outside while sipping your after-dinner tipple.

DAY 24 | 9 Dec
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Singapore - Disembark Seabourn Ovation

Arriving in Singapore, disembark the fabulous Seabourn Ovation and fly home.

Seabourn Ovation

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The sister-ship to the stunning Seabourn Encore, Seabourn Ovation brings the same lavish attention, world-class dining and fabulous on-board activities to you. Whether you’re looking for a private resort at sea or even a Mindful Living Coach to give you the ultimate holistic experience, Seabourn are prepared for every eventuality and opportunity to cater to you. If award-winning service wasn’t enough, their classic intimate ships cruise where larger ships cannot so you could discover the microcosms of each country without sacrificing your creature comforts. With the highest space-per-guest ratio, Seabourn guarantee the ultra-luxury cruising that you desire.

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Personal Suite Stewardess

Whether you desire an elegant cocktail party in your suite or a luxurious Pampering Bath™, your Personal Suite Stewardess caters to your every wish.

The Grill by Thomas Keller

Timeless, delicious and sumptuous meals await in The Grill by Thomas Keller, a menu cultivated Michelin star chef Thomas Keller.

Spa & Wellness

After a relaxing massage and facial, find inner peace with your Mindful Living Coach to give you the ultimate holistic experience.

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Tonnage: 40,350

Number of Decks: 11

Passenger Capacity: 600

Total Crew: 450

Number of Cabins: 300

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Kids Club: No

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CRUISE CODE: ASA7453