Good morning, we have expert advice,
best prices & exclusive cruise deals
on the widest selection of cruises
Search Site / Enter Cruise ID
Expert Advice and Booking
0203 848 3600
We're Open

"Wider range of ports" available in Asia-Pacific region

Date Posted: 09 Jul 2008
A "wider range of ports" are available for cruise ships to dock at in the Asia Pacific region next season, according to Royal Caribbean Cruises.

Asiaone Travel, reporting on an article in the Business Times, notes that Royal Caribbean Cruises is deploying one of its cruise liners, Legend of the Seas, in the region from November 2009.

The dimensions of the cruise ship will enable it to fit under the Sentosa cable car, the publication notes, allowing it to dock at the Singapore Cruise Centre and Shanghai's cruise terminal on the north Bund.

Other ports the cruise liner will call at will include those in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Yokohama and Busan.

"The positive response to our first season with Rhapsody of the Seas has been very encouraging and we are delighted to offer year-round choices to holidaymakers in the region," president of Royal Caribbean Cruises Adam Goldstein said.

Legend of the Seas is one of the Vision family of Royal Caribbean Cruises ships, which also includes Vision of the Seas, Grandeur of the Seas and Enchantment of the Seas.

Written by Sarah Blacow

"Wider range of ports" available in Asia-Pacific region

Top Royal Caribbean Deals

Dubai & Emirates, 8 Nts
15th Jan 2017. Vision of the Seas
Dubai & Emirates, 8 Nts
26th Feb 2017. Vision of the Seas
Dubai & Emirates, 8 Nts
11th Dec 2016. Vision of the Seas
More about: Royal Caribbean

Book with Confidence

We are ATOL Holders and members of ABTA for your financial protection.

Search Cruises
Your Shortlist

You do not currently have any cruises in your shortlist.

View Our Awards

View Our Awards

What our customers say

"... Just want to thank Alice for amazing service yesterday. Painless, efficient booking of my next cruise made it a real pleasure.

Regards ”

N Thomson
(September 2016)

Read more feedback