The Singapore Tourism Board said it would start operating a so-called “no destination” cruise line from next month, using two cruises from cloudtop Hong Kong and Royal Caribbean, and would strengthen safety measures on the cruise ships to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus. Last month, it was reported that Singapore Airlines planned to launch a “no destination” flight, flying about three hours from Changi Airport before returning to the airport. < p > < p > the Singapore Tourism Board said it was in the process of developing a cruise ship safety certification scheme, which would establish strict health and safety measures during the journey. Some of these measures include limiting cruise passenger capacity to 50% and allowing only local residents to participate. Global Tech