Dream Cruises' World Dream is the first cruise ship to restart sailings in Singapore

   October 9, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

The GHK-owned Genting Cruise Lines announced that Dream Cruises is the first cruise brand to restart voyages in Singapore with MS World Dream, as the liner makes her homeport debut from November 6, 2020, onwards.

World Dream is also the newest cruise ship to be homeported in Singapore, offering a series of new 2- and 3-night “Super Seacation” experiences for Singapore residents during school and year-end holidays.

In wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Dream Cruises is the world's first cruise brand to resume operations in a safe manner with a couple of key homeports in Asia, starting with the deployment in Taiwan in July 2020 and subsequently in Singapore in November.

World Dream cruise ship

Working closely with the Singapore government, the company was granted approval by the local authorities to commence a pilot based on its enhanced health and safety protocols, complemented by a safety track record during its first 2 months of operations in Taiwan.

Dream Cruises’ “Super Seacation” encompasses both 2- and 3-night sailings on the open seas. During these journeys, passengers have ample opportunity to explore all that the liner has to offer as well as experience the finest Asian and international dining, exceptional service, spacious comfort, enthralling entertainment and experiences that bring favourite tourist destinations onboard World Dream.

A mandatory COVID-19 test is to be conducted on all passengers aged 13 and above prior to embarking on World Dream. At the time of check-in, all guests aged 7 or above are required to present their personal TraceTogether Token or registered TraceTogether App.

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