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Cruise Ships To Ha Long Bay Re-Opened

The Star Cruises previously operated two cruise ships including Super Star Leo and Super Star Gemini bringing more than 80,000 visitors to Ha Long Bay per year.

The shipping company will offer around 39 long sea journeys on the SuperStar Virgo and SuperStar Aquarius with the maximum capacity of 1,000 Ė 2,200 passengers each from December 2007 to August 2008.

The ships will weekly depart from Hong Kong to Ha Long Bay. Visitors will originate primarily from China, Japan, and Korea.

Star Cruises, the third largest cruise operator in the world is a global cruise brand with a combined fleet of more than 20 ships under the Star Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, NCL America, Orient Lines, and Cruise Ferries brands.

Source VNA Ė Translated by Kim Khanh. 28 Oct 2007


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