Star Cruises opens ship for public tours today


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 20 Nov 2004

PORT KLANG: Star Cruises is inviting the public to tour its Superstar Gemini from 10am to 4pm at the Star Cruises Terminal at Pulau Indah today. 

Visitors will be eligible for special promotions, including 30% discounts for the first and second passengers, for cruises taken between Dec 24 and March next year. 

The ship tour would be carried out on a first-come-first-served basis. 

Those who bring an original copy of the Star Cruises Bonanza newspaper advertisement will be entitled to enter a special contest, which offers three cruise holidays as prizes. 

In addition, there would be special performances by Star Cruises dancers and fun activities like balloon-sculpting and face-painting for children. 

Star Cruises director of sales Cynthia Lee said it would be a good opportunity for the public to get a preview of the Superstar Gemini cruise to Phuket and Langkawi. 

Superstar Gemini is currently operating three-day, two-night cruises to Langkawi from Port Klang on Wednesdays. 

It also operates a four-day, three-night cruise to Phuket Island on Saturdays. 

Lee said there would also be two special departures to Singapore, from Port Klang, on Dec 22 and 29. 

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