The Princess, a luxury yacht owned by Chinese billionaire Bo Xilai, has returned to the island of Shandong, and the country’s biggest yacht tour operator has announced that it will now be operated by Chinese tour operators rather than the state-run Chinese Tourism Corporation (CTC).
The princess is the only yacht that the CTC has operated in China since 2011.
In 2016, the CTS decided to shut down its Chinese yacht tours after the government of the Chinese city of Shenzhen shut down the agency.
In the past, the princess and other luxury yachting vessels had operated under the auspices of the CCCC.
In 2019, however, the bureau was forced to shut it down for failing to comply with the Chinese Cultural Revolution law.
The Princess has a capacity of 6,300 tons, the highest of any luxury yacht in the world.
The cabo has a cruising speed of 25 knots, the most of any yacht in history.
The shangreni yachters have a cruising time of 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Tour operators have been hoping to revive the princess by offering a shorter, cheaper tour.
On March 12, the tour operator and the CTV announced that they will now operate under the CCC, rather than run under the princess.
The princess was to be operated at the Shangri-La yacht resort in Beijing.
The CTC is now operating only a three-day cruise of the princess in 2019, and a three days cruise of shangrani yacht in 2020.
The CTC said it would resume the Princess in 2021.
Tour operator, Bo Xulai, told reporters that the new CTC policy will mean the princess will be operated in Shanghai, the capital of the People’s Republic of China.
The new CCT policy, however does not allow a princess to be ferried between the cities of Shenzen and Wuhan.
Bo Xulay, CEO of the Xulu Group, said the new policy will help boost the princess to a world-class vessel.
“We are delighted to see this new policy being implemented, and we hope that it can encourage the new generation of tour operators to return to China and explore this beautiful and unique island,” Bo Xun said.
“With such a rich culture, this is a unique island, and it is a beautiful country, and there is so much to see and experience here.”
He said the company has been offering the princess tour for more than three decades, and will continue to offer it until 2022.
He said he was confident that the tour operators will continue operating in China, and would continue to work closely with the CCT to ensure the safety of the cruise ship.
He added that the Chinese government is committed to maintaining the integrity of the Cultural Revolution-era laws, and has no plans to allow foreign tours to operate on the island.
Bo said that the state of the company’s facilities and its safety is “very high,” adding that he is hopeful that the princess can be operated safely.
Bo said that he believes the CTT will be able to handle the new rules.
“The CTT is a very good organization.
They have a very strong system.
We are hopeful that we will be allowed to continue the princess,” Bo said.