With our status as a maritime centre, it’s no wonder that Singapore is home to a variety of cruises. From luxury accommodation and exotic locations, to a music festival out at sea, you’re bound to find a unique cruise holiday that will make for an unforgettable experience.

The ports-of-call for all cruises stretch from Southeast Asia to Japan, Australia and India, making them great hubs from which to explore the region and beyond. Begin your trip by experiencing the sights and sounds of our city, before embarking on an adventure on the high seas.

All cruises depart from convenient locations near the centre of Singapore—the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore (International Cruise Terminal) at Marina South Pier, or the Singapore Cruise Centre (International Passenger Terminal) at HarbourFront.

Adventure and Exotic Experiences
Royal Caribbean International’s North Star is the “Highest Viewing Deck on a Cruise Ship” in the Guinness Book of World Records

Royal Caribbean International (RCI)
Price: S$250+ per person
No. of days: 3–14 days

The perfect cruise for social butterflies and those who enjoy onboard entertainment, the Royal Caribbean International (RCI) boasts a slew of exciting activities—from FlowRider® surf simulators to robot bartenders who’ll whip up drinks for you at the Bionic Bar.

Avid explorers will be able to discover new landscapes when they disembark, with curated walking tours and forays into nature that will immerse you in the beauty of destinations like Phuket, Vietnam and Port Klang.

Celebrity Cruises
Price: S$799+ per person
No. of days: 12 days or more

Visitors looking to be pampered like a Hollywood star should consider Celebrity Cruises. You’ll be out at sea for a longer period, but the cruises’ luxurious rooms, facilities and top-class service will see time fly by, as you indulge in world-class comfort.

This range of cruises boasts exquisite bedding in rooms, menus crafted by Michelin-starred chef Cornelius Gallagher, and The Lawn—half an acre of greenery facing stunning sunsets at sea. It truly is the gold standard of luxury cruises.

Azamara Club Cruises
Price: S$2670+ per person
No. of days: 12 days or more

Azamara Club Cruises is ideal for seasoned travellers who are looking to expand their horizons in exotic locales. 

The fleet docks at smaller ports like Sabang in Indonesia and Hambantota in Sri Lanka, ensuring that you will deal with fewer crowds and can explore the roads less travelled.

Partnerships with local tour operators will also surprise you with exclusive activities so that you can live out an authentic and personalised experience.

Cruises for foodies, families and couples
Drone shot of the Royal Albatross sailing across the setting sun

The Royal Albatross Sunset Sail and City Lights Dinner Cruise
Price: S$225 per adult, $125 per child
No. of days: less than 1 day 

For a sumptuous meal amid pristine waters, gorgeous sunsets and dazzling city lights, opt for a jaunt aboard The Royal Albatross, winner of the 'Outstanding Attractions Experience' award from Singapore Tourism Board, with their Sunset Sail and Dinner Cruise.

This unforgettable, two-and-a-half hour experience aboard a four-masted luxury superyacht will have you taking in the sea breeze and indulging in a sumptuous four course meal of Western classics including Seafood Bouillabaisse.

When you’re done, indulge in a cocktail at the Grand Salon, or climb the mast for a spectacular view. Pet owners can even bring their cats onboard as part of the Cat Cruises package, with ‘cat-banas’ (a play on cabanas) and a dedicated playground for their furry friends.

Princess Cruises
Price: S$1111 per person onwards
No. of days: 10 days or more

With a smorgasbord of stellar food options, gourmands are in for a treat on Princess Cruises. The brand was dubbed the ‘world’s healthiest cruise’ by Shape magazine, and it received a slew of awards for its Western fare.

Gourmands embarking on this trip can sample acclaimed dishes from a range of different culinary traditions, from sushi and steaks to pizza, curated by chef Rudi Sudamin.

If you’re looking for convenience and customisation, be sure to check out the cruise’s Dine my Way and Ocean Now services, which lets you personalise your cruise dining experience, and order food and drinks for delivery (available via their Medallion Class app on Apple’s App Store and Google Play).

DJs performing live on It’s The Ship

It’s The Ship
Price: From S$959 for a 2-person cabin
No. of days: 3 days, 2 nights

Asia’s largest music festival at sea, It’s The Ship is an unforgettable experience for party lovers. With an international line-up of DJs and a crowd that parties till dawn, you’re in for a time of fun, new friendships and great music.

The party doesn’t have to end when the music stops, with this cruise’s multitude of entertainment options. Kick back and get a tan at the swimming pool, experience thrills and spills at the waterslide park, or soar through the air on a zipline that overlooks the sea.

Crystal Cruises’ cruise ship at sea

Crystal Cruises
Price: S$7300+ per person
No. of days: 15 nights or more

Japanese-owned Crystal Cruises exceeds expectations when it comes to both food and service. Besides having one of the industry’s highest staff-to-guest ratios, the company’s many culinary offerings boast exceptional attention to detail.

Foodies looking to experience flavours from all across the globe will find a variety of dining spaces to explore. These include Italian restaurant Prego and Silk Kitchen and Bar, which serves up Chinese-inspired cuisine like wok-fried lobsters and crispy duck salad. Other options include Umi Uma Sushi Bar—a Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Nobu Matsuhisa—and Waterside, which specialises in Modern European cuisine.

Passengers who have an appetite for lifelong learning can feed both their minds and bodies on Crystal Cruises. The brand is notable for offering various enrichment workshops onboard, including dance classes and wine-tasting sessions.

Resorts World Cruises
Price: S$218+ per person
No. of days: 1 day or more

Offering dreamy holidays to active families, Resorts World Cruises a slate of exciting recreation options, including a waterslide park, a rope course and even an onboard version of legendary nightclub Zouk.

Aboard the Genting Dream, you’ll be able to enjoy live performances and world-class entertainment at the Zodiac Theatre, rejuvenate at the Crystal Life Spa, or romp with your little ones at the Little Dreamers Club.