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Singapore Cruise Centre

Posted on 12 Mar 2012 by yuhang
The Singapore Cruise Centre (SCC) @HarbourFront is located strategically within an integrated waterfront development area.. Situated next to VIVO City, one of the largest shopping malls in Singapore, the SCC is also positioned directly across Sentosa Island—home to the Resorts World Integrated Resort. [email protected] has 2 terminals, the International Passenger Terminal (IPT) and the Regional Ferry Terminal (RFT). The IPT is the ninth largest cruise port in the world, serving cruises includi...

International Cruise Terminal

Posted on 12 Mar 2012 by yuhang
The Singapore International Cruise Terminal (ICT) at Marina South is heralded to be a massive addition to Singapore’s vibrant waterfront facilities. It commands a prominent location with the downtown Singapore skyline as its backdrop. 

Superstar Virgo

Posted on 13 Mar 2012 by yuhang
Mention the word 'cruise' to any Singaporean and the Superstar Virgo would be the first ship that comes to mind. First entering operations in Singapore with Star Cruises in 1999, the SuperStar Virgo has since been known for its first class dining and entertainment. At 76,800 tons, she is also the largest cruise ship permanently based in Singapore. Every deck onboard SuperStar Virgo teems with endless fun, entertainment and activities. As you cruise to the most exotic parts of Asia...

Legend of the Seas

Posted on 13 Mar 2012 by yuhang
Despite being a relative newcomer to the Singapore Cruise Centre, this 17 year-old ship is Royal Carribean’s most travelled carrier. Onboard the 2,074-guests Legend of the Seas, vacationers can look forward to a veritable ocean of entertainment and relaxation choices, such as Royal Carribbean’s signature 9m rock-climbing wall and miniature golf course. In addition, one can savour a wide variety of international cuisine whilst enjoying the sea view from the two-tier glass-walled Romeo and Juliet ...