Foodie alert, new Seabourn Ovation gelato

Seabourn Ovation will set sail this May and looks set to be a foodies delight. In fact, Seabourn are promising their newest luxury liner will have an exceptional menu of dining options designed to delight guests, as well as home made Seabourn Ovation gelato!

The fifth ship in the Seabourn fleet will have five onboard restaurants. As we have previously reported, Seabourn’s dining venues are world-class and rival many the finest restaurants anywhere.

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The Grill by Thomas Keller on Seabourn Encore.

The Grill by Thomas Keller on Seabourn Encore.

The Seabourn Ovation collection of dining venues will feature two speciality restaurants including The Grill by the Michelin-starred chef Thomas Keller, and the acclaimed Japanese venue known as Sushi. There will also be the main dining room which is simply called The Restaurant, as well as The Colonnade and The Patio which both offer al fresco dining.

The Sushi chefs hard at work.

The Sushi chefs hard at work.

Richard Meadows, the president of Seabourn, is understandably upbeat about his new ship. “Seabourn has continuously been recognised for the superb quality of our cuisine, and we will continue our leadership with the launch of Seabourn Ovation. As the ship spends its maiden season cruising Northern Europe, guests can look forward to a wonderful culinary experience.”

There will also be a range of new milk and fruit-based Seabourn Ovation gelato. These are made fresh daily and will be served across the vessel. Seabourn have gone to great lengths to get the taste and texture just right, sending their talented chefs to train at Carpigiani University in Bologna, Italy.

Seabourn chefs source local ingredients for their gelato - like Amalfi Coast lemons.

Seabourn chefs source local ingredients for their gelato – like Amalfi Coast lemons.

The home made Seabourn Ovation gelato flavours will include Amarena Cherry, Amaretto, Dulce De Leche, Stracciatella, Sicilian Pistachio, Blood Orange, Coconut, and Kumquat. When visiting places like the Amalfi Coast local ingredients will be used to produce regional flavours like lemon gelato.

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As always when dining on Seabourn there is open seating, meaning guests can come when they like and dine with whom they please. Only The Grill and Sushi require reservations, however there is no additional charge for eating in these speciality dining venues.

Seabourn will continue to reveal updates about Seabourn Ovation through the dedicated microsite.

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