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Resorts World Cruises Celebrates CNY with NTUC Health Nursing Home Seniors in Singapore on the Genting Dream

Resorts World Cruises (Logo)As part of Resorts World Cruises’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, the cruise line is honoured to be given the opportunity to host the residents of the NTUC Health Nursing Home (Pasir Ris) on the Genting Dream in Singapore for a special Chinese New Year celebration. (more…)





Starting 1 July 2022, Resorts World Cruises sails from Singapore to Bintan and Batam islands in Indonesia; to Kuala Lumpur and Malacca (via Port Dickson) and Penang in Malaysia

The Genting Dream  (Courtesy Meyer Werft)Resorts World Cruises, a new luxury and dynamic lifestyle cruise brand, affiliated with over five decades of global experience in both hospitality and cruising, is pleased to announce that its flagship, the “Genting Dream”, will sail from Singapore to international destinations, starting from 1 July 2022 onwards. (more…)





Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of The Seas Arrives In Singapore. Asia’s Most Innovative, Action-Packed Ship’s First Season in Singapore Extended through April 2023

Spectrum of the Seas - Royal Caribbean InternationalSingaporeans can set their sights on adventure with the arrival of Royal Caribbean International’s Spectrum of the Seas. In celebration of Asia’s most innovative, action-packed ship calling Singapore home, the cruise line has extended Spectrum’s first season in the region for a full year through to April 2023. (more…)



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)

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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…)

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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…)

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Singapore-Based Cruise Ships Temporarily Reduce Capacity, Stop Sit Down Dining

Quantum of the Seas at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore in 2015 (Photo credit: Royal Caribbean Int.)The Singaporean government has announced that the country is once again returning to Phase 2 Heightened Alert coronavirus measures. The measures will be in force between July 22 and Aug. 18. That means reduced capacity and no sit down dining in restaurants aboard the Quantum of the Seas from Royal Caribbean and the World Dream from Dream Cruises. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

Nearly 3,000 guests, crew disembark cruise in Singapore after positive Covid case left them confined in cabins

The World Dream arriving at Singapore (Courtesy Genting Cruise Lines, October 2020)Nearly 3,000 passengers and crew are disembarking a Dream Cruises ship on Wednesday after being confined in their cabins when a passenger tested positive for Covid-19. All passengers and crew aboard the three-night World Dream “cruise to nowhere” in Singapore had been required to isolate in their cabins, with only essential crew members being allowed to move throughout the ship. (cnbc.com)

World Dream Resumes 50% Passenger Capacity from 14 June onwards. Introducing unique and special Japanese-themed Super Summer Seacations for the school holidays

The World Dream arriving at Singapore (Courtesy Genting Cruise Lines, October 2020)Following the latest announcement from Singapore government, Dream Cruises is pleased to announce that effective from 14 June 2021, World Dream will resume operating at the permitted 50% passenger capacity where guests from different households may now enjoy the option of traveling in a group size of up to five. (more…)

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Usher In The Year Of The “Ox” With Asia’s Exclusive Fireworks At Sea And Rediscover The World Through World Dream

The World Dream arriving at Singapore (Courtesy Genting Cruise Lines, October 2020)Usher in the year of ‘Ox’ with a treasure trove of Lunar New Year delights on World Dream. Be it lavishing culinary creations, spring-themed festive activities or Asia’s one and only fireworks and laser show spectacular at sea, there bound to be something for everyone in the family – all-inclusive fun, all in one place. (more…)

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World Dream cruise sets sail after passenger on Royal Caribbean ship tests positive for COVID-19

The departure of Dream Cruises’ World Dream cruise went ahead on Wednesday (Dec 9) evening, after a passenger on board another cruise by Royal Caribbean tested positive for COVID-19. Dream Cruises said its ship would leave ahead of schedule on Wednesday in order to facilitate the earlier disembarkation of the Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas ship. (channelnewsasia.com)

Passengers confined to cabins after Singapore cruise ship detects COVID-19

Nearly 1,700 passengers on a Royal Caribbean “cruise-to-nowhere” from Singapore were told to stay in their cabins on Wednesday after a COVID-19 case was detected on board, forcing the Quantum of the Seas ship back to port, authorities said. All passengers had cleared a mandatory polymerase chain reaction test for COVID-19 up to three days before the cruise started on Monday, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) said. (japantoday.com)



Dream Cruises To Recruit Singaporeans To Work On World Dream

The World Dream  (Courtesy Meyer Werft)With the recently announced debut homeport deployment and resumption of cruise operations of Dream Cruises’ World Dream, Genting Cruise Lines is also utilizing this occasion to reinforce its commitment to reviving sea-faring opportunities in Singapore and cultivating local cruise talent through new employment prospects and educational partnerships to provide more jobs for Singaporeans, during this difficult pandemic period. (more…)

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