Tagged: Dream Cruises







V.Ships Leisure Takes Over Management of “Explorer Dream”

Dream Cruises - Explorer Dream in Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal (April 2019)V.Ships Leisure is now managing the full Dream Cruises fleet, having assumed full management responsibilities of the 1999-built “Explorer Dream” on Friday. The company had already taken over management of the “Genting Dream” and “World Dream”, in addition to the “Crystal Serenity”, “Crystal Symphony” and “Crystal Endeavor”. (cruiseindustrynews.com)



Dream Cruises to Suspend Singapore Sailings

The World Dream arriving at Singapore (Courtesy Genting Cruise Lines, October 2020)The final ship operating for Genting Cruise Lines will stop cruising on March 2 as the World Dream’s operations will be suspended according to Singapore Cruise Society, which cited “challenging circumstances.” (cruiseindustrynews.com)

Posted in: News



Dream Cruises Continues to Make Waves with “World Dream” as the First Cruise Ship to receive the SG SafeEvent Certification

The World Dream arriving at Singapore (Courtesy Genting Cruise Lines, October 2020)Dream Cruises is excited to announce that “World Dream” is the First Cruise Ship to receive the SG SafeEvent Certification launched by Singapore Association of Convention and Exhibition Organisers and Suppliers (SACEOS), to ensure hygiene benchmarks and safe-distancing best practices are upheld at business events. (more…)

Posted in: News





Dream Cruises Introduces Additional Safety Measures With Mandatory Vaccination For Cruising Guests Aboard “World Dream”

The World Dream arriving at Singapore (Courtesy Genting Cruise Lines, October 2020)Dream Cruises is pleased to announce as part of its ongoing commitment and efforts to provide safe cruises for its guests and crew, all “World Dream” sailings with effect from 21 November 2021 onwards will require its guests to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, excluding children aged 12 years and below. (more…)

Posted in: News



Genting Dream – Hong Kong’s first ‘cruise to nowhere’

The Genting Dream  (Courtesy Meyer Werft)China’s Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) has launched its first ever “cruise to nowhere.” The Genting Dream will sail out to sea past the Lei Yue Mun and Tathong channels before entering international waters and returning along the same route. (news.cgtn.com)

Posted in: News