Romantic Birthday Dinner at Royal Albatross

I remember that it was just last year my husband was proposing the idea of going onboard Singapore’s largest superyacht and the region’s only tallship for our anniversary dinner (after we had ours -.-). And this idea had been bugging me ever since, whenever I’m planning a romantic dinner restaurant in Singapore with the hubs; so what better way than to make it happen on his birthday itself?

With the birthday boy and our complimentary welcome aperitif! We had to remove our shoes before boarding the superyacht, so we decided to dress smart casual to chill.

Facing the forward deck of the massive tallship, they can hold up to 149 guests! So if you’re looking to hold a corporate event, celebratory party, solemnisation or even a wedding.. this is a unique idea worth considering.

Other than the welcome drinks, all others are exclusive of the inital price paid. Hubs and I had a beer and mojito respectively to get the party started~

You can choose between a Sunset Dinner cruise or City Lights Dinner Cruise, we choose the formal so it might get slightly hot when they just set off. Luckily we could escape from the heat at the air-conditioned Grand Salon too.

After a starter of home-made sundried tomato and multi-grain bread, our smoked salmon roulade appetizer was served.

Chilling at our favorite spot of Royal Albatross: the stern.

In which we could admire a gorgeous view of the tallship, while enjoying a relaxing route around Sentosa and the southern islands of Singapore around us.

The crew were super warm and friendly, and would alert us whenever our next course is about to be served. In which we enjoyed an oven roasted marined lamb leg slice and pan seared halibut fish fillet with some greens to share. I don’t like mutton in general but this is good!

Can you spot my favorite view of Singapore? In fact, we were even manoeuvring through Singapore’s Southern Islands of St John’s and Lazarus on our way back to RWS. What a sight to behold!

Ending our 3 course dinner with a chocolate banana dome.

The much-anticipated golden hour, while the crew scale the masts to set sail using the same methods and techniques from a bygone era. It was really cool to watch them in action.

Did I mentioned that throughout the cruise, we were serenaded by live entertainment – whom really set the ambience of our dining experience and made it such a perfect celebration for us. I couldn’t have asked for more and was really satisfied and relaxed after the cruise. It’s definitely a journey worth experiencing at least once in a lifetime, so be sure to check them out: here. x


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