Cruise lines roll out country-themed itineraries and short sailings to feed wanderlust of Singaporeans

Genting Cruise Lines rolled out Rhythm of Korea, the first of a year-long line-up of country-themed itineraries, in February. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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SINGAPORE - Cruises to nowhere, dubbed "super seacations" and "ocean getaways", are among the few vacation options in a year without travel.

Being surrounded by sea and sky is transportive, even if there are no ports of call.

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