Dream Cruises’ World Dream to debut in Singapore as the first cruise ship to restart service

   October 27, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

Dream Cruises’ mega-liner MS World Dream arrived in Port Singapore Sunday morning, October 25, with 187 crew who have completed their 2-week quarantine before arriving in Singapore.

The crew will undergo a further series of mandatory Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing as required by the local authorities and have to test negative prior to signing-up for active duty.

World Dream cruise ship

Before her arrival in Singapore, MS World Dream has been on hiatus in Port Rotterdam Holland after being taken out of service in February 2020. The liner will undergo thorough cleaning and sanitization before her inaugural “Super Seacation” voyages on November 6, in order to ensure the health and safety of all cruise passengers and crew on board.

World Dream will be the newest cruise ship homeported in Singapore, as well as the first cruise vessel to restart service in the Lion City.

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