Luxury Cruise Ship 'Sky Princess' To Dock At Inchon Port

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Luxury Cruise Ship 'Sky Princess' To Dock At Inchon Port

The ultra-luxurious cruise ship, the 46,000 tonne 'Sky Princess' is scheduled to enter Inchon Harbour at 7:00 a.m. on the 18th of this month with over 12,000 passengers on board.

The passengers' travel itinerary will have them visiting Toksu Palace in Seoul, the DMZ(Demilitarized Zone), the Korean Folk Village just outside of Seoul, the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts to name just a few. The cruise ship will leave Inchon on the same day at 7:00 p.m. for its next destination, mainland China.

The cruise will return to the Korean peninsula with an additional thousand passengers on the 23rd and will continue on to Pusan on the 5th of next month.

The cruise will be touring Asia with planned stops in Hong Kong, Singapore, numerous ports on the Chinese mainland, Japan. In the course of two weeks, expected passengers are mostly likely to be retired in the 60-70 age demographic from America and Europe.




by Uhm Tae-min

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