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Breakfast on Tall Ship Royal Albatross

Private jets and yachts belonging to oligarchs crisscrossing the globe have been in the news recently. For ordinary patrons like us in Singapore, the closest we may get to a luxurious sailing experience will likely be a $99 breakfast on board the Tall Ship Royal Albatross.

Tall Ship Royal Albatross Home Berth at Sea Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa.

The Royal Albatross

Tall Ship Royal Albatross at Sentosa

On the ship’s website, the description says “The Royal Albatross is an ocean-going superyacht that weighs in at 270 tons” and “is so stable, that we can safely serve dinner and drinks (on tables) while sailing”. The ship has an open upper deck where you can see the sails billowing and feel the fresh crisp sea breeze. She also boasts a luxurious Grand Salon and 4 en-suite guest cabins on the lower deck. The Royal Albatross’ “sick sickness video” (at the end of this post) tells you why the ship is very stable and also gives you a good aerial view of the ship and its interiors.

Tall Ship Royal Albatross - Cruises Ticketing Booth

The Royal Albatross is open for corporate and private charters. There are regular breakfast cruises and dinner cruises as well as special sailings like Sunday roast cruise, wine tasting cruise and even a dog cruise.

Breakfast on Ship Royal Albatross

The least expensive Royal Albatross package currently is the breakfast cruise at $99 per adult. It is a one and half hour cruise starting at 9.30 am.

Tall Ship The Royal Albatross

The departure location is at Resorts World Sentosa (near SEA Aquarium Entrance). The registration and boarding process was quite straightforward and smooth. The only surprise was that all passengers were asked to remove their shoes – so everyone on the ship was bare-footed (though we were allowed to keep our socks on).

Royal Albatross - Upper Deck
Tall Ship Royal Albatross - Upper Deck

The upper deck was more rustic than luxurious. The plus point was the view from the deck – of the coastline and the wide variety of seagoing vessels. The deck was also really breezy when the ship started sailing. There were sturdy clips on the table to prevent the tablecloth and menu from being blown away.

Singapore's Southern Warerfront from the the Royal Albatross
View from upper deck of Royal Albatross

The breakfast cruise started with a welcome mocktail and we were offered a free flow of orange juice, coffee and tea.

Mocktail on Royal Albatross
English breakfast on ship Royal Albatross
    

The English breakfast was fairly standard fare – Sunny-Side Up Eggs, Smoked Salmon, Chicken Sausages, Turkey Bacon, Baked Beans, Sauteed Mushrooms and Grilled Tomatoes. It was quite a lot to eat.

English breakfast on Tall Ship Royal Albatross
breakfast on Royal Albatross

Our simple breakfast on the ship Royal Albatross ended with a plate of cut fruits.

breakfast on Royal Albatross

A Unique Expereince

Our breakfast on Tall Ship Royal Albatross was a new and interesting experience. It was a unique sailing adventure that gave us great views of Singapore’s Southern waterfront and the coastline of Sentosa Island. The food sort of reminded us of airline food – nice enough but not something you would crave for. Perhaps even morning meals of the rich and famous on their superyachts would not be too different from the breakfast on the ship Royal Albatross.

Tall Ship Royal Albatross

Ratings:
Food: 3
Service: 4
Value: 2
Atmosphere: 3
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs 3 Tops

Royal Albatross
8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269

Tel: +65 9350 7475

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A ship in port is safe, but that's not what ships are built for. - Grace Hopperquote
A ship in port is safe, but that’s not what ships are built for. – Grace Hopper
    

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