Arrival at the check-in area
Upon your arrival at the check-in area, please present your Confirmation Slip to the staff.
If you're an Admiral Class guest, our Guest Services Co-ordinator will meet and assist you with the check-in.
For Balcony Class* guests, it is best that you check in together with your family, relatives and friends if everyone is cruising on Balcony Class to enjoy priority embarkation.
Please note that if you are booked on Balcony Class* while your family, relatives and friends are sailing as World Cruisers, it is not possible to check-in on their behalf and neither will they enjoy priority check-in or boarding.
As there are a large number of World Cruiser guests checking in at the same time we suggest that one person check in on behalf of the rest of the group but please ensure that you have all their passports and travel documents ready.
*Note: Balcony Class is available on SuperStar Virgo, SuperStar Gemini & SuperStar Aquarius only.
Waiting to check-in
While waiting to check-in, our staff will check your passport for validity and visas (if required) in order to expedite the check-in process.
Please present your passport/government photo ID and Confirmation Slip at the counter where you will be given an Access Card. Your Access Card is important as it serves as a boarding pass, cabin key and charge card onboard.
Admiral Class, Balcony Class and World Cruiser guests will receive Yellow, Red and Blue Access Cards respectively.
Please ensure to have the relevant immigration forms completed together with your passport during check-in.
For your comfort and convenience, we recommend that each guest take no more than one suitcase and one piece of hand baggage. These must fit comfortably in your cabin as no baggage will be stored in the ship's hold. Your total baggage weight should not be more than 30kg.
Guests will need to pass through security screening and present their Access card prior to boarding.
Those cruising with children may hold their children’s Access Cards on their behalf.
As embarkation procedures may change and vary from port to port please follow the directions of the crew and signage to embark the ship.
Upon entering the ship please hand your Access Card to the crew to 'swipe' and 'encode' your cabin details and record your presence onboard.
Please do not walk through without 'encoding' as you will not be able to gain access to your cabin.
Remember to swipe your access card whenever you leave or enter the ship.
Directions to the Embarkation Port
International cruise port/terminal addresses
Ocean Terminal Cruise
Passenger Hall, Level 2, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, T.S.T.
Tel :+(852) 2118 8511
Fax :+(852) 2736 2481
Shanghai Wu Song International Cruise Terminal
No 1, Bao Yang Road, Shanghai
Swettenham Pier Cruise Terminal
Swettenham Pier, 1A, Persiaran King Edward, 10300 Penang, Malaysia.
(There is no colour coded carpets for the check-in and boarding areas)
Singapore Cruise Centre, 1 Maritime Square, HarbourFront Centre Singapore 099253
No.1, Zhongzheng Rd. Zhongzheng Dist., Keelung City 202, R.O.C
Pier 9, Penglai Road., Gushan District., Kaohsiung City 804, Taiwan
Manila (Port of Manila South Harbor, Pier 15)
Muelle De San Francisco Street, Gate 1, Port Area, Manila, Philippines
Tempozan Wharf, 3 Chikko, Minatoku, Osaka shi, Osaka Japan
Yokohama Ohsanbashi Terminal
1-1-4 Kaigandori , Naka ku, Yokohama city,Kanagawa, Japan 231-0002, Yamashita Pier
10-80, Hinode-cho, Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka-city,Shizuoka, Japan
Kagoshima Marine Port
1, Chuoko-shinmachi,Kagoshima-City, Japan