Hong Kong’s ‘cruise to nowhere’ proves a hit with expats stranded by coronavirus travel restrictions

Hong Kong’s stringent quarantine requirements have created a brand new and growing market for pandemic-battered cruise operator Genting Hong Kong: expats who are unable to travel.In the last month Dream Cruises, one of the lines owned by Genting, has operated 15 “cruises to nowhere”, taking some 20,000 passengers on two- or three-day round trips into international waters.“The current situation of restricted travel has provided us with the opportunity to tap into this market as limited vacation…

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