Dream Cruises' ship World Dream resumes sailings from June 14

   June 12, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Following the latest announcement from the Singapore government, Dream Cruises revealed that effective from June 14, 2021, its World Dream ship will resume sailings at the permitted 50% guest capacity where passengers from different households may enjoy the option of traveling in a group size of up to 5.

Additionally, from June 21 onwards, passengers may indulge in a feast where they may explore and enjoy dining in at 35+ F&B concepts around the cruise ship including Asian, Halal-certified, and international cuisine and enjoy live performances including magic shows, singing, and ballroom dancing by international performers.

With the well-being of its passengers and crew members its number one priority, Dream Cruises is maintaining the highest standards in safety with precautionary measures in place. Since the restart of operations in November 2020, the World Dream ship has enjoyed 7+ months of COVID incident-free cruises in Singapore and has received positive feedback on social media from passengers on their experiences onboard the ship.

As part of the Japan-themed voyages on World Dream from June 20 through September 18, guests can begin their journey aboard via strolling through the breathtaking torii tunnel that is surrounded by pink sakura trees, and a lavender field specially created and inspired by destinations like Hokkaido Japan. Vacationers will also be able to enjoy Lavender sachet and crepe paper-making workshops, relax with a Lavender Spa treatment or experience traditional Geisha culture.