TV Central heads to New Zealand – On 13 November, I will be onboard the Royal Caribbean ‘Ovation of the Seas’ for a 10 day holiday / work experience. I will bring readers the latest television news, streaming updates, daily ratings, television guides and of course, the podcasts.

Throughout the experience, I will be giving readers an overview of the activities, adventures and the culture that is cruise shipping with regular updates. There will also be a few surprises.

With over 5500 published posts (not including the television guides) since launch in January this year, TV Central has become THE destination for all things media. The site has over 120 podcasts with over 50 published this year alone. However, in November that destination will be New Zealand.

Keep up with all the latest from TV Central HERE

TV Central heads to New Zealand in November

TV Central heads to New Zealand
Royal Caribbean Ovation of the Seas

About Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas

Ovation of the Seas® is all about elevated exploration. Take adventure to new heights on the rock climbing wall, then experience the thrill of a free fall on RipCord® by iFLY®. Or catch a wave on the FlowRider® surf simulator before ascending over 91 metres above sea level in North Star® – all while soaking up breathtaking views of Alaska’s unspoiled landscape.

Treat your taste buds to a whirlwind tour around the world with family-style Italian dishes at Jamie’s Italian by Jamie Oliver, American steakhouse classics with contemporary flair at Chops Grille℠, and over-the-top culinary creations that blur the line between dreams and reality at Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine.

Whether you’re suiting up for an aerial adventure on the only skydiving simulator at sea or sipping expertly crafted cocktails with a splash of cutting-edge tech, you’re in for a full-on cruise vacation reboot that takes you from day to night. The Ovation of the Seas® offers a wide selection of adventure, cruise activities and dining experiences onboard.

For more information about Ovation of the Seas head HERE