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Royal Caribbean International

Longer season planned for future

Longer season planned for future

Royal Caribbean International will extend its cruise season in Hong Kong next year, it said yesterday. The cruise line's Mariner of the Seas, the first vessel to berth at the new Kai Tak Cruise Terminal upon its soft opening on Wednesday, left Hong Kong yesterday with its 3,000 passengers after a 20-hour stay.

Friday, 14 June, 2013, 4:14am

Letters to the Editor, June 9, 2013

Fashion adverts tempt women to spend. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong citizens are becoming increasingly involved in environmental issues. This is a welcome, healthy trend since if "Hong Kong is our home", as the authorities like to depict it, we have to take better care of it.

9 Jun 2013 - 9:22am

Kai Tak port goes big with ocean liner from Royal Caribbean

Mariner of the Seas. Photo: Royal Caribbean International

Royal Caribbean International will be the first cruise line to organise round trips from the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal after the new facility launches its soft opening next week.

From autumn, Royal Caribbean will run return trips of its voyager-class ocean liner, Mariner of the Seas, out of Hong Kong - the first cruise operator to announce the use of the city as a home port.

5 Jun 2013 - 3:34am