The Asian market is growing and Genting Hong Kong has taken notice. Many have noticed the rise of china and other Asia pacific countries and now the cruise industry is vying for a piece of the action.
Star Cruises has ordered a series of huge “Global Class” cruise ships at 201,000 gross tons.
From 12 November 2016, Star Cruises Flagship SuperStar Virgo will commence a brand new, 3-month Vietnam and Sanya itinerary with Shenzhen Tai Zi Bay as the homeport.
On 17 April 2016, Star Cruises’ flagship SuperStar Virgo will commence her premiere 5-month Japan itinerary from her double homeport.
Star Cruises is bringing all the fun and festivity of the legendary Oktoberfest to Asia with “Bierfest at Sea” during voyages out of Hong Kong from October 1 to November 12.
Star Cruises, the leading cruise line in the Asia Pacific, has upped the ante for destination cruising with its newly announced mega 48-day adventure crossing the equator to explore the Southern Hemisphere onboard the SuperStar Virgo.
Asia’s very own Star Cruises has announced that construction has started on it’s largest ever cruise ship on February 9th, 2015.
It’s been reported now for several days that several major cruise lines could be on the verge of ordering at least two new large cruise ships each. The German shipyard Meyer Weft which is based in Papenburg is very close to buying the struggling STX Europe shipyard in Turku, Finland
The cruise ship SuperStar Virgo which is operated by the leading cruise line in Asia, Star Cruises has returned to the port in Hong Kong for the first time in six years. The SuperStar Virgo cruise ship has recently been upgraded with many new onboard features. So when it arrived
Asia’s largest cruise line Star Cruises has ordered a second 150,000 ton cruise ship which will be purpose-built for the Asian market. This will be the second of two ships now to be built by the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The cruise line had already ordered a ship