Dream Cruises announced the launch of the “One Day Greater Bay Cruise” aboard World Dream that is due to link Guangzhou and Hong Kong. The trip is also expected to help boost the Greater Bay Area's cruise economy.
Guests will sail at an affordable price of RMB 499 (USD 64 / EUR 66) per person and can choose to depart on Fridays out of Guangzhou (Nansha) to Hong Kong or on Sundays out of Hong Kong to Guangzhou (Nansha). During the promotion period from March through June 2019, every traveler will receive a voucher worth HKD100 for onboard consumption.
Dream Cruises started to deploy its vessels to Shenzhen (Shekou), Guangzhou (Nansha), and Hong Kong in 2016 to offer voyages originating out of the Greater Bay Area. Since then, the company has developed 18 itineraries that are reaching fourteen destinations and has welcomed over 1,8 million cruise passengers in 2018.
Currently enjoying dual homeporting (Hong Kong and Guangzhou-Nansha), the 150,000-ton liner MS World Dream embarks on adventures to the most popular ports in Vietnam, Japan, the Philippines. To further her commitment to the recent Outline of the Planning and Development of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area, that encourages the development of Greater Bay Area's cruise industry, “One Day Greater Bay Cruise” is due to allow more people to enjoy cruise's hassle-free convenience.