Asian Homeported Star Cruises Enters TTG 'Hall of Fame'

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Tuesday, October 08, 2013
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The accolade was conferred in Bangkok recently on leading Asia-Pacific cruise lin Star Cruises to commemorate their winning of “Best Cruise Operator in the Asia-Pacific” in the TTG Travel Awards for ten consecutive years.

Looking ahead, Star Cruises say on the successful completion of SuperStar Gemini’s six-month homeport deployment in Shanghai, the ship will embark on a seasonal deployment in Sanya, China starting 1 November, 2013.

SuperStar Aquarius will also commence her seasonal homeport deployment in Kota Kinabalu, the city capital of Sabah, Malaysia, for the first time from 6 November, 2013 to 29 March, 2014. Both ships will make their first respective calls to Manila and Boracay of the Philippines in October and November.

In addition to SuperStar Gemini and SuperStar Aquarius, the company also operates SuperStar Virgo, SuperStar Libra and Star Pisces, based in Singapore, Penang and Hong Kong respectively

The 24th Annual TTG Travel Awards 2013 recognised 82 of the Asia-Pacific travel trade’s best organisations and individuals, and garnered a total of 120,000 valid votes. The Ceremony & Gala Dinner was held in Centara Grand and Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld.

Pictured: Mr. William Ng, Chief Operating Officer, Star Cruises (right) received a trophy from Mr. Darren Ng, Managing Director, TTG Asia Media.
 

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