Princess Cruises Raises The Bar In The Inaugural Season Of Sapphire Princess In Singapore 

Princess Cruises Raises The Bar In The Inaugural Season Of Sapphire Princess In Singapore 

Starting this September, Singapore will witness the stay of one of the most extravagant ships from Princess Fleet – The Sapphire Princess, which will come with a variety of itineraries ranging from as short as 3 days to as long as 17 days offering an eclectic mix of ports in its first six months long deployment in Singapore and the region.

During these voyages, travellers will be given several opportunities to explore exotic destinations and enjoy these to the maximum through cruising the region onboard Sapphire Princess. “We are very excited that one of the most feature rich ships is going to be in Singapore. Indian passengers who have been craving for a premium cruising experience closer home are going to get an opportunity to sail onboard this beautiful vessel. Sapphire Princess has been refurbished in 2012 and it would offer a very cosmopolitan ambience to her cruise passengers with more dining options, new entertainment and numerous kids & family activities,” says Nishith Saxena, Director- Cruise Professionals, International Sales Agency for Princess Cruises in India.

The mix of itineraries is so rich that it suits passengers of every budget – may it be honeymooners, family reunions or just a group of friends wanting to have a good time. In addition, the corporates must look at this deployment as an ideal opportunity to expose their top performers & dealers to a premium cruiseline at a very affordable cost. Chang Chee Pey, Executive Director, South Asia, Middle East and Africa, Singapore Tourism Board, said “India is one of our top source markets for cruise, and the addition of the Sapphire Princess will give Indians more compelling options to choose from when embarking on a journey to discover Southeast Asia’s diverse landscape. Add to that Singapore’s adrenaline-packed calendar of world-class events the likes of the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Grand Prix and BNP Paribas WTA Finals as well as the colourful Diwali celebrations and attractive retail and dining options, and visitors can expect nothing short of an exciting, unforgettable holiday.”

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