Star Cruises Announces 48 Day Cruise Exploring Southern Hemisphere

SuperStar Virgo

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. From 13 November 2015 to 31 December 2015, guests can explore a variety of exotic ports of call during this once in a life time journey evoking the spirit of the classic film, “Around the World in 80 Days”.

“We are excited to announce this first-ever, long-haul itinerary across the Southern Hemisphere for Star Cruises that will allow our guests to truly experience the diversity of lands and cultures of our corner of the world,” said Mr. Ang Moo Lim, Executive Vice President, Sales, Marketing & Hotels. “As the Asia Pacific’s leading cruise operator in the region, we take pride in knowing our clientele and the local market trends and have developed this itinerary to give our guests, who are already very familiar with shorter cruises, the option to embark on a longer destination voyage.”

Australia, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam – SuperStar Virgo brings the greatest hits of Asia and the Southern Hemisphere right to your doorstep, stopping in over 20 ports of call including Bali, Bangkok, Krakatoa, Melbourne, Ho Chi Minh City, Sydney and more during its full 48-day tour.

Short on vacation time? Pick and choose the Southern Hemisphere experience you want with a variety of stops in colourful Southeast Asian ports…perhaps Bali to Singapore? Or, how about circling around Australia and visit Adelaide, Cairns, Melbourne, Sydney and Tasmania? It’s your choice!

SuperStar Virgo is a 75,300 gross ton cruise ship and was built at the popular Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. the vessel was delivered to Star Cruises in 1999 and offers onboard features specifically for the Asian cruise market.