Star Cruises

Experience exotic and diverse Asia on-board a Star Cruises vessel. The cruise line offers many great short adventures ranging from 2 to 7 nights.
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Star Cruises

Star Cruises is a giant in the world of maritime cruise lines. It is currently the third largest cruise line after the renowned Carnival Corporation and Royal Caribbean Cruises and is owned by the global leisure and entertainment company Genting Hong Kong. It is a well-known fact that this cruise line single handedly developed the cruise industry around Asia-Pacific and dominates this market at the same time. In recent years Star Cruises has expanded to the North American and European markets, mainly catering for people who wish to visit the beautiful locations around the Asia-Pacific region. The Star Cruise fleet has traversed the ocean since the 90’s and has made many new adventures for their guests. Some of the more well-known cruise ships in the fleet include the Star Pisces, the colossal SuperStar Virgo and the SuperStar Gemini. This contingent of magnificently constructed ships will continue to explore and sail the oceans for many years to come. The cruise line specialises in cruises around the South Pacific and Asia.

The Fleet

Since Star Cruises inception back in 1993 the company has steadily built upon its reputation of bringing unparalleled service and quality experiences. The fleet has navigated around some of the most popular and beautiful destinations in the Pacific. Their cruise ships vary in size meaning the smaller cruise ships can sail to locations that the bigger ships may not be able to. These locations tend to be places of unspoiled nature with mystic qualities. Heaven on earth for any nature lovers or adventure seekers! The most reputed ship in Star Cruises fleet is of course the SuperStar Virgo. This maritime beauty has an impressive capacity of 1,950 passengers and is a staggering 268 metres in length. Anyone wanting to explore Asia should do so on this ship!