Japanese cruise liner ‘Pacific Venus’ visits Sanya
"Pacific Venus" cruise liner (File photo)
“Pacific Venus”, a luxury Japanese cruise liner carrying nearly 360 passengers from Japan berthed at the Sanya Phoenix International Cruise Terminal at 9:00 last Sunday morning on Jan 30, reports sycb.com.
All the faculties of the Sanya port gathered at the terminal with colourful flags flying to welcome the first arrival of the “Pacific Venus” cruise liner.
Built in 1998, "Pacific Venus" is a five-star luxury cruise liner. It is 183 meters in length and 25 meters in width. The maximum carrying capacity of the ship is 696 passengers.
The cruise liner, which cruised out of the port in Yokohama, Japan, offers one-month international voyage and Sanya the second departure port after it left from Xiamen, Fujian Province.
The "Pacific Venus" stayed at Sanya Port for 9 hours. On that day, passengers took time to visit some tourist attractions in Sanya including Nanshan Tourism Cultural Zone and Nantian Hot Springs.
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