Over 82,000 people have taken 'cruises to nowhere' from S'pore

Ms Serene Tan with husband Jingwei Chia and daughter Avery on board Quantum of the Seas. PHOTO: COURTESY OF SERENE TAN
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SINGAPORE - More than 82,000 people have set sail on cruises, with no Covid-19 cases on board since the pilot programme started last year.

Singapore kicked off its "cruises to nowhere" pilot in November, with two operators - Genting Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean International - given the go-ahead to offer round trips with no ports of call.

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