Enjoy this New 5-day Cruise for 1,999 RMB Until January

ShekouDaily   |   November 19, 2017

SkySea Golden Era, of SkySea Holding International Ltd., China’s first domestic cruise company, embarked on its first voyage from Shenzhen on November 15th, 2017. Until January 2nd, 2018, passengers can now set sail on cruises from Shenzhen to Japan and Vietnam.

According to SkySea, this is the first time the cruise ship has come to Shenzhen and it is also the second time the company has chosen a southern China city as a seasonal home port.

The medium-sized SkySea Golden Era cruise ship, weighing 72,458 tons, has 15 decks and a capacity of 1,814 passengers. It has 14 restaurants and bars, 7 places of entertainment, including a theater, a cards room, and a basketball court, etc., 4 shopping centers and 5 fitness facilities, including swimming pools, a 9-hole mini golf course and a jogging track.

Before coming to Shenzhen, SkySea Holdings upgraded SkySea Golden Era’s facilities and equipment and added more Cantonese cuisine to the menu to cater to local tastes.

Grand Restaurant
Balcony Stateroom
Grand Theater
Golf Range
Swimming Pools

A series of activities are also planned during this cruise season as well. For example, on November 23rd, Thanksgiving-themed events will be held and on December 25th, SkySea Holdings will arrange Christmas-themed activities as well.

Those taking the cruise to Japan and Vietnam can enjoy visa-waivers so there’s no need to spend time or money getting your visas in advance.

Many cruise lines are available and reasonably priced. For example, the cruise fare from Shenzhen to Vietnam for 5 days and 4 nights is just 1999 RMB. There are early bird tickets options available as well. To take advantage of early bird discounts on 2018 cruises call SkySea at 400-920-6666, visit SkySea.com or contact your travel agent.

If you can’t make it during this cruise season don’t worry, this is just the beginning. According to the 2018 voyage operation plan announced by SkySea Holding International Ltd, it plans to further cooperate with Shenzhen next year to jointly promote the rapidly developing cruise market in the southern China.

Source: http://wemedia.ifeng.com/37192462/wemedia.shtml