Seacation – Cruise To Nowhere Is Coming To Hong Kong This July

Before You Know It You Will Be Cruising – Ship Ahoy!

Cruise To No Where Hong Kong

Hot off the press! Wondering how to spend this summer with kids in tow and in style? Don’t fret; Cruise to Nowhere is here! A unique sea-cation, where you will cruise along, doused in luxury, enjoying the facilities and the amenities without disembarking. What a cool concept!

So get your travel gear out and make sure you are fully vaccinated to step onboard the cruise liner. Ship Ahoy!!

The Cruise To Nowhere will revive the passenger shipping industry and roll out plans to allow passengers to enjoy the journey hassle-free.

Genting Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean International are expected to take off from Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, with others soon making arrangements. They will operate at a 50 percent capacity and comply with health and safety standards required to stay afloat.

July is almost here, so stay tuned for more information!

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

It is a great opportunity to get away from the concrete jungle.

Who It's Perfect For:

Anyone who loves to cruise through the ocean on a multi-facility giant boat.

What Else:​

Visit the Hong Kong government website for more information.

Where To Find It:​

  • Cruise To Nowhere

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