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A great night photo of Singapore skyline taken by a hired cruise ship  job seeker

Star Cruises' crew member has taken this night shot of the Singapore skyline. Singapore is a great turn-around port, a place for cheap shopping and many attractions. The famous Singapore Flyer giant wheel is a marvel of modern engineering and should not bi missed. Except the traditional visitors Star Cruises and P&O Australia Cruises, due to economic current economic turn-down, many other cruise lines are relocating ships from the Caribbean and Alaska to Southeast Asia, the Far East and Australia, which is a great opportunity for crew members to visit these fabulous places.

Star Cruises is the third largest cruise line in the world behind  Carnival Corporation and The  Royal Caribbean Group (RCCL, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises and Pullmantur Cruises. In 2000, Star Cruises fully acquired Norwegian Cruise Line and it's sister-company NCL America. It was announced that the Norwegian Dream will join the Star Cruises fleet "Super Star Gemini" and will start service in early 2013. The new Singapore cruise ship terminal, which hosted its first vessel on May 26, doubled the city’s cruise-ship berth capacity. The 28,000 square-meter (300,000 square-foot) Marina Bay Cruise Centre close to the financial district has two berths, one big enough to handle ships carrying around 6,800 passengers and may create up to 3,000 new jobs.