Palawan newest destination for international cruise

The 13-storey ocean cruise liner M/V Superstar Aquarius of Star Cruises, top cruise line in the Asia Pacific, made its maiden port call in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan November 11. During the port call, an event was organized to inaugurate Star Cruises’ new 3-night destination sail package to Puerto Princesa, Palawan.

The event was attended by City Mayor Lucilo Bayron, Vice Governor Dennis Socrates, Department of Tourism Undersecretary Benito Bengzon Jr., Bureau of Immigration Commissioner Siegfred Mison and Star Cruises Senior VP for Sales Michael Goh.

“During this deployment, Superstar Aquarius will make 14 port calls to Puerto Princesa, each time bringing travelers to this beautiful city. We are committed to promoting Puerto Princesa and the Palawan island province to travelers across the region and the world,” Goh states.

Puerto Princesa is one of the new destinations for Superstar Aquarius.

“Your maiden voyage here is very important to our tourism industry. We only have two industries here, tourism and agriculture with fishing. In behalf of the people of the city, we thank you for your patronage as we heard you will have 14 port calls,” Puerto Princesa’s mayor said.” We are positive that the Star Cruises will help spread that ‘It’s More Fun in the Philippines’.”