Malaysian Company Plans Largest CASINO RESTAURANT SHIP

In Malaysia, a company called Podiumspot Capital Group has reportedly announced plans to build the world’s largest floating casino as part of a new cruise ship planned to be christened Crusino.

According to a report from The Sun Daily newspaper, the ship is to measure just short of 968 feet long by 118 feet wide and has 1,330 state rooms capable of carrying up to 3,200 passengers along with a crew of 900.

“The construction costs are estimated [to be] around $ 560 million and will be carried out at shipyards in either China or Vietnam,” said a statement from Kuala Lumpur-based Podiumspot Capital Group. “This project is being carried out by the Podiumspot Capital Group, which is a company established in Malaysia. Podiumspot Capital Group is the owner of Crusino Cruise Services Limited. ”

Online Casino – Podiumspot Capital Group reportedly explained that Crusino, which is slated to embark on its maiden voyage in April 2020, will offer two dedicated casino decks featuring a variety of slots, table games, live games and sportsbetting outlets. The company further states that each cabin will come complete a pair of plasma screen televisions, one of which is to give residents the ability to participate in live casino games while the second will provide more traditional entertainment options.

“A number of other facilities will also be available at Crusino and include a swimming pool, jaccuzzi, restaurant, cafe, bar, shopping outlet, theater, library, spa, sauna and fitness center,” reads a statement from the Podiumspot Capital Group.

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