Singapore’s Marina Bay Cruise Centre. Plans show that cruises to nowhere will be allowed with a maximum occupation of 50 per cent for the first three months, and must receive certification from authorities. Photo: Xinhua Singapore’s Marina Bay Cruise Centre. Plans show that cruises to nowhere will be allowed with a maximum occupation of 50 per cent for the first three months, and must receive certification from authorities. Photo: Xinhua
Singapore’s Marina Bay Cruise Centre. Plans show that cruises to nowhere will be allowed with a maximum occupation of 50 per cent for the first three months, and must receive certification from authorities. Photo: Xinhua

Cruises to nowhere: Singapore looks to resume leisure travel amid coronavirus pandemic

  • Singapore’s tourism board is working on a health and safety framework for cruise lines, which have been banned from docking since March
  • Singapore Airlines this week scrapped plans for ‘flights to nowhere’ and will instead offer meals on its Airbus A380 superjumbo

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Singapore’s Marina Bay Cruise Centre. Plans show that cruises to nowhere will be allowed with a maximum occupation of 50 per cent for the first three months, and must receive certification from authorities. Photo: Xinhua Singapore’s Marina Bay Cruise Centre. Plans show that cruises to nowhere will be allowed with a maximum occupation of 50 per cent for the first three months, and must receive certification from authorities. Photo: Xinhua
Singapore’s Marina Bay Cruise Centre. Plans show that cruises to nowhere will be allowed with a maximum occupation of 50 per cent for the first three months, and must receive certification from authorities. Photo: Xinhua
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