Operator of Hong Kong’s ‘cruises to nowhere’ to lobby for higher on-board capacity after overwhelming response

The operator behind Hong Kong’s “cruises to nowhere” is seeking negotiations with the government to lift Covid-19 curbs on capacity after receiving an overwhelming response from the public in its first month of voyages.Kent Zhu Fuming, president of Genting Cruise Lines, told the Post he was planning to submit a proposal to the government in two weeks on easing restrictions, insisting that the company’s “seacation” product provided a lifeline for the battered tourism industry.Zhu said since the…