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Star Cruises returning to Taiwan with SuperStar Libra in June 2007

Travel News Asia Monday, 12 March 2007

Star Cruises is to reposition SuperStar Libra to Keelung, Taiwan for a seasonal deployment between June and October 2007.

SuperStar Libra ends her current season in India on 25 May 2007. Thereafter, she will undergo renovations to especially cater to the Taiwan market in areas like dining with the addition of an International buffet and a Chinese family style restaurant.

This charming vessel is scheduled to arrive in Keelung on 29 June 2007 where she will commence offering a combination of 2 and 3-night cruises to destinations in Taiwan and Japan. The 2-night cruises will call at the new and popular destination of Penghu, located off the southeast coast of Taiwan and Ishigaki in Japan while the three night itineraries will call at Ishigaki and Naha, Okinawa in Japan. The new season will see SuperStar Libra making her maiden call to Penghu on 4 July.

Cruisers will continue to enjoy an exciting array of onboard facilities and activities including international performances, themed parties, food and beverage specials, fitness center, golf driving range, swimming pool, twin hot tubs, sports deck and a never ending string of other fun activities.

The repositioning of SuperStar Libra to Taiwan is part of the companys seasonal deployment strategy to mobilize Star Cruises fleet and thus bringing the Star Cruises experience of its variety of exciting destinations and ports-of-call to and from various parts and countries of the region, said Mr. Chong Chee Tut, Chief Operating Officer of Star Cruises.

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