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Cruises in Hong Kong

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In the summer of 2015 liner Voyager of the Seas will be based in Hong Kong
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., One of the world's leading cruise companies, expands its presence in the Asia-Pacific region and announces the opening of its own offices in Hong Kong, which became the third company's office in China, along with Beijing and Shanghai. Beginning with the summer season in 2015 will be based in Hong Kong ship Voyager of the Seas cruise operator Royal Caribbean International.

«Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. sees great potential for the development of the Asian market and in China in particular - said Adam Goldstein, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. - We are working in this market for over 20 years and believe in the possibilities for the development of our business. In the summer of 2015 one of our flagship aircraft, Voyager of the Seas, will begin to make cruises from the port of Hong Kong. In addition, Hong Kong has opened a new full-fledged office Royal Caribbean ».

June 26, 2015 Voyager of the Seas, one of the largest and most innovative cruise ship in the world, go on a cruise lasting 6 nights from Beijing to Hong Kong, its new home port. Until October 2015 the liner will make cruises from Hong Kong on 22 routes from 3 to 10 nights. Travelers can choose cruises with stops in Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, as well as to visit different places in China.

Dr. Jahn Lew, regional vice president of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Asia and managing director for China, said: "In Hong Kong, as port-based, there is great potential. Only one opportunity to go on a cruise from Hong Kong it will be attractive for the discerning tourist. We strive to provide our guests a unique and memorable cruise vacation, so before arriving at the port of Hong Kong ship Voyager of the Seas will be completely renovated and modernized. "

Royal Caribbean also will actively cooperate with the Office of the Hong Kong Tourism and local tourism organizations to bring the cruise industry in Hong Kong and the Asia-Pacific region to a new level. Mr. Anthony Lau, Executive Director of the Office of the Hong Kong Tourism (HKTB), said: "We are pleased that Hong Kong will be one of the key ports Royal Caribbean in the Asia-Pacific region. This is the best proof that our region has a great potential for the development of the cruise industry. The favorable geographical position of Hong Kong in Asia and unique travel opportunities make this city popular among cruise travelers not only from Asia, but from around the world. After the opening of the international cruise terminal at Kai Tak Office last year, the Hong Kong Tourism began to actively work to increase the attractiveness of Hong Kong as cruise destinations. "