World Dream accidents and incidents
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|19 October 2018||Other Incidents|
On October 19, 2018, Dream Cruises celebrated the company's 1 millionth passenger with an official ceremony held at Hong Kong’s Kai Tak Cruise Terminal. Upon debarkation in Hong Kong, the lucky passenger (Mimi Lo, Hong Kong resident) was welcomed at the terminal. The grand ceremony was attended by company's President (Thatcher Brown), Director of Worldwide Terminals (Jeff Bent), Genting Cruise Lines Senior VP (Christine Li), also ship's Captain (Robert Bodin) and Hotel Director (Ann Zhang).
Ms. Lo and her family embarked the ship on October 14, for a 6-day voyage from Hong Kong to Japan (Naha and Miyakojima). Onboard, they received special gifts (including prints signed by ship's hull artist Jacky Tsai), private Navigation Bridge tour, champagne party, exclusive photo session.
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