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Sea cruises "to nowhere" will soon be available to residents of Singapore

01.10.2020 113 просмотров

In Singapore, in a pandemic, they are preparing a project for sea cruises “to nowhere”.


In the context of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Singapore authorities have begun to develop a project for cruise trips "to & nbsp; nowhere", which will be the first step towards the resumption of full-fledged tourist sea voyages. The Straits Times reported this on Thursday.


According to the preliminary plan, which was at the disposal of the publication, cruise ships will depart and return to Singapore, without calling at other ports. The draft prepared by the Tourism Board also stipulates that the vessel must be filled to 50% of the total number of passengers.


Last week, the agency commissioned DNV GL, a major international consulting company, to develop a cruise certification program last week, according to the newspaper. meeting world standards in the field of health, safety and hygiene. In addition, representatives of this company will assist in the evaluation of cruise lines, which may resume travel from Singapore. Meanwhile, it has not yet been announced when this project will be implemented.


Since 13 March, the Singapore authorities have banned the entry of cruise ships in local ports, and since 23 March, they have completely closed the borders for the entry of foreigners who do not have residence permits or permanent work permits. At the same time, from September 1 the ban for tourists from Brunei and New Zealand was lifted, and from       

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