“More than a cruise, Eternity Star is a destination. It embodies exclusivity, luxury and refinement on board a contemporary ship. With just 400 passengers, each guest has space to relax and savour the facilities at their leisure.”
Chief Operating Officer
Propulsion: MAN diesel engines, 15,400 kW
Speed: 21.4 knots (maximum), 20.3 knots (cruising)
Capacity: 400 pax
Theme: Contemporary Classic
On board Eternity Star, we embrace our guests’ desires with carefully curated activities designed to entertain, enthral and excite.
• Thematic events
• Live performances
• Martial arts demonstrations
• Sporting activities
We raise the stakes on gaming, immersing our guests in luxury as they indulge in their preferred game.
• Private VIP rooms
• Dedicated card rooms
• Exclusive cigar bars
We pamper our guests with the finest comforts at sea. Exquisitely appointed and beautifully crafted, each suite epitomises style and sophistication.
Our elaborate menus feature gastronomic delights in ideal settings to relax and unwind with family and friends.
• Fine dining
REST & RELAX
Our collection of thoughtfully designed spaces allows our guests to recharge and relax in tranquillity and style.
• Fitness centre
Eternity Star is an ideal host for corporate functions, offering the perfect blend of business and pleasure
• Business meetings
• Corporate events
Home Port: Sihanoukville
“We specialise in uncovering hidden gems and realising their full potential. Emerging markets like Sihanoukville offer farsighted investors a golden opportunity to enlarge their investment portfolios with a solid proposition.”
Seah Gim Sia
Chief Technology Officer
Strategically located within the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS), the province of Sihanoukville is home to Cambodia’s main deep-sea port. The province is an important part of the Cambodia-Laos-Vietnam Development Triangle Area, and with the GMS Tourism Sector Strategy 2016−2025 in motion, it is well-placed to benefit from government initiatives to promote tourism and support local communities.
Sihanoukville, Cambodia : Featuring Cambodia’s best beaches, Sihanoukville is famed for its white sands, picturesque islands and crystal-clear waters – perfect for swimming, snorkelling and diving.
Bangkok, Thailand : Thailand’s capital is known for its temples, palace and floating market. On its outskirts lie the infamous bridge on the River Kwai and the “Death Railway”.
Vung Tau, Vietnam : Vung Tau, Vietnam, is a tropical paradise with colonial-era buildings, famous temples and unspoilt beaches that offer generous views of the sea.