Cruises to Singapore

Vacationers have choices of regional cruises, world cruise, trans-oceanic cruises to cruise to no-where with the cruise lines operating at Singapore Cruise Terminal listed below.

Star Cruises
Star Cruises, the leading cruise line in Asia-Pacific, operates 5 vessels which include SuperStar Virgo, SuperStar Aquarius, SuperStar Libra, Star Pisces and MegaStar Aries, offering various cruise itineraries in the Asia Pacific region. Together with its jointly controlled entity, Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), is the third largest cruise operator in the world with a combined fleet of 16 ships cruising to over 200 destinations in the world, offering close to 30,000 lower berths.
Royal Caribbean International / Legend of the Seas
Royal Caribbean International is a Miami, Florida -based cruise line brand owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., with 21 ships in service and two under construction. All ships since 1991 have names ending in “of the Seas.” Legend is the most-traveled ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet, having been based in Asia, Australia and New Zealand, the South Pacific, Alaska, Central America, Caribbean, the Baltic, Mediterranean and the Middle East during her 14 year career at sea. Starting in the winter of 2010 she is to be based in Asia on a year-round basis.
Carnival Cruise Lines
It is part of Carnival Corporation & Plc brands, the largest cruise vacation group in the world which currently represents more than ten distinctive cruise brands operating worldwide.
P&O Cruises
P&O Cruises is part of Carnival Corporation & PLC. As the largest cruise vacation group in the world, it currently represents more than 10 distinctive brands operating worldwide.
Crystal Cruises
Voted the world’s best large-ship cruise line by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure magazines for ten consecutive years, the Crystal Cruise needs no introduction. It offers the magnificent Crystal symphony that is said to be one of the spacious cruise ships at sea. The Crystal Symphony sails to Singapore from Hong Kong. The 11-day journey is includes visits to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, Bangkok in Thailand and then an overnight stay in Singapore.
Princess Cruises
Princess Cruises provide a splendid way to escape the tension of daily life. It offers the classy Sapphire Princess, known as jewel of the sea, which sails from Xingang, China to the port of Singapore. The 16-day trip includes visits from China to South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore. On the Sapphire Princess, you will discover the fine pleasures of dining, entertainment activities and the special services, which are provided by courteous and proficient crew members.
Oceania Cruises
Oceania Cruises promise an exciting journey of a lifetime on board Nautica. The ship sails from Istanbul (Turkey), making stops at Cairo (Egypt), Oman (Muscat), Dubai, Bombay (India), Cochin (India) and Phuket (Thailand) before finally arriving in Singapore. The best part about sailing on the Nautica is that you get a lot more than just sightseeing.
Silversea Cruises
The Silversea Cruise Company is recognized as the defining elite luxury experience. It has been considered by the readers of Travel & Leisure to be the very best small ship cruise line. Two of its ships, the Silver Whisper and the Silver Cloud sail to the Far East.
Cunard Cruise Line
For over a century and a half, the iconic ships of Cunard have been defining sophisticated ocean travel. They have always been The Most Famous Ocean Liners In The World®. From her fabled vessels of the past to her present royal court : Queen Victoria, Queen Mary2 & Queen Elizabeth — Cunard has carried guests across the great oceans and to the far points of the globe in unparalleled style.
Costa Cruise
Costa Cruises is the largest Italian group in Tourism and the no.1 cruise company in Europe, which boasts 60 years of history. It is part of Carnival Corporation. In 2008 Costa Cruises carried a total of about 1,200,000 cruise Guests, a record for the European cruise industry. Its fleet, Europe’s largest and most advanced, has a total of 14 ships in service and 3 on order, each with her own distinctive characteristics and unique style. By 2012 the Costa fleet will be 17 strong with total Guest capacity of approximately 46,400. All of the vessels fly the Italian flag and sail each year to 250 destinations in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Baltic Sea, the Caribbean, South America, the United Arab Emirates, the Far East and the Indian Ocean.
Regent Cruises / Seven Seas
Since the first World Cruise in 2002, Regent has become known as the leader in luxury world cruising for the most discerning travelers. From legendary cities to end-of-the-earth paradises, a vast world awaits. Choose from shorter segments exploring the globe or create your own extended journey and discover the world on your own terms with new combination cruise opportunities. Seven Seas Voyager traverses between Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Azamara Cruises and Oceanic Cruises
Designed to offer exotic destination-driven itineraries, Azamara Cruises are set to present a more intimate onboard experience, while allowing access to the less-traveled ports of call experienced travelers want to visit. One distinguishing aspect of Azamara is a wide range of enrichment programs to accompany the destination-rich itineraries.
Celebrity Cruises
Celebrity gained a reputation for fine food and professional service despite the shabby-chic vessel where it was elegantly served. The cruise line eventually built premium, sophisticated cruise ships. Signature amenities followed, including a martini bar, large standard staterooms with generous storage, fully equipped spas, and butler service for top suites. Valuable art collections grace the fleet, which merged with Royal Caribbean International in 1997.

Holland America Cruises

Holland America Line offers unique Asia & Pacific cruise vacations. Enjoy extra time in favorite ports with overnight stays. Experience the beauty and diversity of Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, Australia, Hong Kong, China and Japan. Cruises may be as extensive with some offering more than 30 days cruise.