TUI AG’s Marella Cruises agrees to purchase SkySea Golden Era
TUI AG’s Marella Cruises has agreed to purchase Golden Era, with delivery expected in December 2018, subject to satisfaction of closing conditions. Ctrip and RCL currently each own a minority of SkySea, with the balance owned by SkySea management and a private equity fund. SkySea Cruise Line, the first smart contemporary cruise line specifically developed for the Chinese market, has been operating SkySea Golden Era since May 2015. By the time of the final voyage, SkySea Cruise Line will have operated close to 300 cruises and carried nearly 500,000 guests in just over three years. SkySea Cruise Line will continue operations with the final voyage to be confirmed in the coming weeks. During this time, the brand is committed to delivering the same outstanding cruise vacations to its guests and support to its travel agent partners and vendors as it has since its inception. SkySea’s final China season will offer exciting theme cruises and truly memorable experiences for Golden Era vacationers.
SKYSEA GOLDEN ERA to join Marella Cruises fleet
SKYSEA GOLDEN ERA will join the fleet of British Marella Cruises after decision by TUI to remain their MEIN SCHIFF 2 in their German based fleet. More details http://cruisedeck.de/mein-schiff-2-bleibt-bei-tui-cruises/
Busan Port becomes the first home port of the cruise ship Skysea Golden Era
Busan Port Authority stated on the 8th that Busan Port became the first home port of the cruise ship, Skysea Golden Era, since the opening of the International Passenger Terminal, BPA said in its press release. 1,800 Chinese tourists will disembark q-from Skysea Golden Era, a 72 thousq-and ton cruise ship registered in Malta, at Donghae Port Gangwon-do on the 7th q-and 700 Korean tourists will board the ship. The cruise ship will travel via Nagasaki q-and return to Busan Port International Passenger Terminal on the 11th. Being a home port for cruise ships is known to bring triple the economic ripple effect than that of a port of call because passengers will shop, tour, q-and require accommodations in Busan.Upload News