Genting Cruise Lines celebrated recently the arrival of Dream Cruises’ second new ship, World Dream, at Manila South Harbor. More than 400 guests from the travel trade and government sectors of the tourism industry attended the arrival ceremony.
With homeports in Hong Kong and Guangzhou, Nansha, World Dream takes guests on two weekly alternating 6D/5N itineraries to exotic and popular destinations including Boracay and Manila, Ho Chi Minh and Nha Trang in Vietnam, as well as 3D/2N Weekend Vacation cruises from Hong Kong in the South China Sea.
“We are truly excited to debut World Dream in Manila, a travel hub with potential for the region, today, and in Boracay. The Philippines continues to be an important market for the Genting Cruise Lines brands and Dream Cruises is proud to carry the torch in supporting the country’s tourism industry and also throughout the region,” stated Thatcher Brown, president of Dream cruises during the ceremony.
On top of the weekly alternating itineraries from November 17 to March 2018, Filipinos have the chance to experience World Dream with special one-way cruise itineraries from Manila to Hong Kong, as well as Fly-Cruise from Hong Kong to Manila.
The 18-deck World Dream has the capacity to accommodate up to 3,400 passengers and 2,000 crew members featuring crew-to-guest ratio of 1:1.7. With 1,686 cabins, including outside staterooms and passenger cabins spread over 2 exclusive floors Dream Suites, the vessel offers a variety of accommodation options. 70% of the staterooms have private balconies and over 100 connecting rooms that provide convenient family vacation. Services to suites include special privileges and butler service.
World Dream also features the first Himalayan Salt Stone Massage at Sea, over 35 restaurants and bar concepts, duty-free shopping with new ships and brand partners — Tiffany & Co at Sea, Dior Watches and Jewellery at Sea, and many more.