World Dream

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World Dream Review and Specifications

Specifications of World Dream

Year built 2017 new ship
Builder Meyer Werft (Papenburg, Germany)
Class
Building cost USD 960 million
Owner (GHK) Genting Hong Kong Ltd
Operator Dream Cruises (Asia)
Speed 24 kn / 44 kph / 28 mph
Length (LOA) 335 m / 1099 ft
Beam (width) 38 m / 125 ft
Gross Tonnage 151300 gt
Passengers 3350 - 3400
Crew 2000
Decks 14
Cabins 1680
Decks with cabins 7
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Review of World Dream

World Dream is the second vessel being built under the premium cruise line brand Dream Cruises of Genting Hong Kong, that launched in November 2015 and became Asia's first brand to offer premium cruise services. The 151,300-ton, 3,350-passenger World Dream cruise ship debuted in November 2017. Sister ship Genting Dream was launched in November 2016. 

History - construction & ownership

GHK is a global entertainment, hospitality and leisure company based in Hong Kong. It ordered two cruise vessels to be custom-built to serve Asian market, specifically China. With the new Dream Cruises brand, the company concluded its mission to offer a separate brand for each of its cruise market segments, with the other two being Crystal Cruises (luxury segment) and Star Cruises (contemporary segment).

World Dream cruise ship

The vessel's steel cutting ceremony was held in February 2016 at Meyer Werft shipyard (Papenburg, Germany).

Cruise itinerary program

World Dream itineraries are to be soon announced. 

Cabins

The 19-deck World Dream has the capacity to accommodate 3,400 cruise passengers and 2,000 crew members, featuring a crew-to-guest ratio of 1:1.7, which is the highest in any Asia Pacific ship. The German-built vessel is designed with spacious interiors. The Dream ship is claimed to become one of the largest and spacious cruise ships in the world. With 1,680 cabins, including outside staterooms and passenger cabins spread over 2 exclusive floors of Dream Suites, the vessel offers a variety of accommodation options for her guests.

The suites measure between 32m²-183m², with around 70% of the staterooms boasting a private balcony and over 100 connecting rooms that provide convenient family vacation. Services to suites include special privileges and European butler service.

Dining options - Food & Drinks

World Dream features 35 bars and restaurants, offering a wide choice of dining experiences for her guests. The restaurants offer regional cuisines, with emphasis on Chinese and Asian dishes, as well as international flavours like South East Asian, Japanese, Italian and more. A 610 m wrap-around promenade is a special place for dining and offers seaside dining and lounging from early morning to late evening in various themed venues.

Entertainment options - Fun & Sport

Plenty of recreation venues are available aboard World Dream, including multiple pool types, 6 water slides, rope climbing course, play rooms, card rooms, mahjong, bowling alley, and duty-free shopping. Health and wellness facilities include state-of-the-art Western and Asian spas, Zodiac Theatre, health club, beauty salon, barbershop, and enhance guest experience. Other activities include inspirational speeches and wine tasting to enrich passengers' time at sea.

Genting Dream Cruises ships mini-submarine

Each Dream Cruises ship offers unique underwater excursions via 2 mini-submarines (underwater craft). They are able to carry cruise passengers deep under the sea while the ship operates in select Asian destinations. Each minisub carries 1 pilot and up to 4 passengers at a time.

World Dream wiki

  • On September 18, 2016, started the ship's conveyance to the North Seas from Meyer Werft (Papenburg) along Ems River. The itinerary routhe included the shipyard's lock, Weener's Friesen Bridge, Leer's Jann Berghaus Bridge, Ems River barrier (at Gandersum) and Emden.
  • On January 10, 2017, at Meyer Werft shipyard (Papenburg, Germany) was held the ship's keel laying ceremony. The special event was attended by Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay (Genting Hong Kong's Chairman and CEO) and Thatcher Brown (Dream Cruises' President). During the ceremony, block 3 (one of all 92 construction blocks) was lifted into the building dock, thus the ship's assembly was officially started. Also during the ceremony, "lucky coins" were placed under the keel block as a traditional good fortune symbol.

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