Most Comprehensive Schedule for All Singapore Cruise 2019 - 2020

Updated on 26 Oct 2019 by comelah.com

Singapore is a leading cruising hub, where a few luxurious cruise lines call home and many other stop by along the journey. To make it easier for you to plan and book your next cruising holidays, we have put together all available cruises setting sail from Singapore. They are organised by the different cruise lines based on the duration, destinations, and the stating dates. This post will be updated regularly as new cruise schedule becomes available.

Section 1 - Schedule for all short cruises (i.e. no more than 5 nights) starting from and returning back to Singapore, operated by Dream Cruise, Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruise.

Section 2 - Schedule for all long cruises (i.e. more than 6 nights) starting from and returning back to Singapore, operated by Royal Caribbean, Costa Fortuna and Princess Cruise.

Section 3 - Brief info of the cruise ships departing from Singapore

1. Short cruises (2-5 nights) starting from and returning back to Singapore

Genting Dream by Dream Cruise (Length: 335m, Inaugural Date: Nov 2016)

^Departs on Friday and returns on Monday

Voyager Of The Seas by Royal Caribbean (Length: 310m, Inaugural Date: Nov 1999)

Quantum of the Seas by Royal Caribbean (Length: 347m, Inaugural Date: Fall 2014)

Sapphire Princess by Princess Cruises (Length: 290m, Inaugural Date: 2004)

2. Long cruises (6 nights and more) starting from and returning back to Singapore

Quantum of the Seas by Royal Caribbean (Length: 347m, Inaugural Date: Fall 2014)

Costa Fortuna by Costa Italy at Sea (Length: 271m, Inaugural Date: 2003)

Sapphire Princess by Princess Cruises (Length: 290m, Inaugural Date: 2004)

3. Brief intro of the cruise ships departing from Singapore

Genting Dream by Dream Cruise (Length: 335m, Inaugural Date: Nov 2016, Occupancy: 3,352)

World-class entertainment and fine dining to spas, bars, boutiques and bespoke experiences – delivered with our heartfelt Asian hospitality. You’ll enjoy your favourite foods from around Asian, plus the best of international cuisine. All handpicked to inspire the greatest travel experience of your life.

Voyager Of The Seas by Royal Caribbean (Length: 310m, Inaugural Date: Nov 1999, Occupancy: 3,840)

Take on three stories of twisting, turning adventure on two high-speed waterslides in The Perfect Storm or go head to head in a glow-in-the-dark laser tag clash in Battle for Planet Z. Hang ten on the FlowRider surf simulator or recharge and reinvigorate at the newly designed spa and adults-only solarium. Plus enjoy Voyager Dunes, ice-skating, rock-climbing wall, and totally reimagined spaces for every kid and teen.

Quantum of the Seas by Royal Caribbean (Length: 347m, Inaugural Date: Fall 2014, Occupancy: 4,152)

Newly designed staterooms, game-changing technology, groundbreaking venues and the best dining ever are just the start of what you'll find onboard. Plus, we've enlisted celebrity experts in fields such as design, sports & fitness, entertainment and others to be part our Quantum Experience Advisor program to work hand-in-hand to provide their expertise to help shape interior design, key amenities and activities. By taking a quantum leap forward with the first ship in our Quantum class, we're holding ourselves up to the promise of building ships that take you to new heights.

Sapphire Princess by Princess Cruises (Length: 290m, Inaugural Date: 2004, Occupancy: 2,670)

Sapphire Princess was built in Japan and completed in 2004, fitted with over 700 balconies from which passengers can step out and enjoy the refreshing ocean breeze. Warm, welcoming crew members enhance your experience on board, from your friendly stateroom steward’s attentive service, to white-gloved waiters adorning your plate with freshly-baked pastries during Afternoon Tea, to sommeliers recommending the perfect wine to accompany your dish!

Costa Fortuna by Costa Italy at Sea (Length: 271m, Inaugural Date: 2003, Occupancy: 3,470)

Symbolically built in the legendary shipyards of Genova Sestri ponente, it is the sister of Costa Magica. Its motto is "first class" for the refinement of the furnishings and the elegance of its atmosphere. The public areas and restaurants are decorated with reproductions of advertising images of the roaring ‘20s and ‘30s. In the lobby there are models of 26 ships of the past that have been part of the Costa Cruises fleet. Thirteen decks are dedicated to international ports. 4 pools, one with a retractable roof, hot tubs and slide, open decks, casino, disco, and theater; all of this classified Costa Fortuna as one of the first ships with new standards of quality and hospitality for cruise vacations, to sail in great comfort to any destination in all seasons.

For price and promotion packages, you can visit comelah's cruise page and enquire with our online customer service staff.

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