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#1
636 Posts
Joined Dec 2014
Has anyone sailed on these Asian cruises?
How do they compare with the main Cruise lines in terms of price and value?
Any feedback and reviews would be highly appreciated! Thanks
#2
Florida
3,996 Posts
Joined Feb 2010
They will gear their entire program to their Chinese customers. Are these ships marketed outside China? I saw them in Hong Kong and in Vietnam.
#3
Singapore
341 Posts
Joined Jun 2016
Originally posted by drsel
Has anyone sailed on these Asian cruises?
How do they compare with the main Cruise lines in terms of price and value?
Any feedback and reviews would be highly appreciated! Thanks
I am on their ship at least once a month for the last 20 years.
Could list specific questions of interest to you.
Feedback and reviews, I could end up writing a book on the subject.
#6
Singapore
341 Posts
Joined Jun 2016
Originally posted by drsel
Minimum Cost per day for an Inside cabin?
Your remarks above shows we are living in a different world.
I know in the west you have the top line cost of cruise and the cost per day calculated for you. And this is sometimes the deciding number.
For Genting it is usually 2 or 3N cruises with some cruises arriving back at 7 pm and departing at 23.59 pm. So I don't know how you would calculate the cost per day. So I don't know how the western mind-set would be relevant here.