The deployment of the ship is in synchrony with summer vacations. The Tirun company has signed a marketing partnership with Singapore Tourism Board as first recipient of the Cruise Development Fund supporting travel partners for Singapore cruise charters. Tirun is allowed to reach out to larger consumer base looking to experience Southeast Asia cruising.
The itineraries onboard Voyager of the Seas have been specially selected with Indian families in mind and range from 3-night to 8-night sailings. Passengers can cruise from Singapore to destinations like Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Phuket, Nha Trang and more. Onboard they can enjoy features like the ‘Flow Rider’ surf simulator, rock climbing, ice skating and other such activities.
The chief executive of Tirun, Ratna Chadha, said:
“The charter of the Voyager of the Seas is an endeavor on our part to offer Indian cruisers an opportunity to embark on a cruise with extreme facility. Sailing from Singapore is not only easy; it’s also the most cost-effective alternative. The itineraries onboard the cruise ship have been designed to give cruisers a glimpse into the diversity and splendour of South East Asian culture while also offering them the added attraction of Indian food onboard. The sailing dates have also been strategically planned to coincide with summer vacations in India. It has been a fruitful collaboration with Singapore Tourism Board, through which, we have managed to enhance our reach and capture a larger market in the Indian traveller segment.”
Voyager of the Seas has 15 decks, 13 bars and lounges, 8 multi-cuisine restaurants, 5 entertainment options and more than 10 pools and whirlpools.