Asia’s premium line, Dream Cruises has unveiled more details of their newest ship, the Global Dream which will be heading to Australia and New Zealand.
Slated to debut in early 2021, the ship will have new tech features onboard such as facial recognition as well as self-guided mobile assistants.
The ship will have 2,350 staterooms and suites, a number of which, will have two bathrooms. She will be able to accommodate 4,700 passengers.
Further details have been released regarding Dream Park at the Pier – the first ever theme park at sea (featuring the world’s longest roller coaster at sea). The park includes rides like:
- “Bounce Activity Park” – a massive inflatable bouncy obstacle course
- “Jump!” – trampoline park
- “Shark Bay” – bungee trampoline
- “Wipe Out” – surf simulator
- “Cosmic Chaos” – human gyro
- “Kranky Kraken” – octopus ride
- “Little Dreamers Ride” – mini karts
In addition to this will be a multi-deck Water Park featuring up to 350 metres of waterslides and options to suit everyone from families through to thrill seekers (who are sure to love the 2 in 1 Racer slides with Formula 1 start system).
Entertainment onboard includes the 8-theatre cinema and the Horizon Lounge with 270-degree retracting panoramic projection screen, panoramic views and live shows.
For guests seeking a little more exclusivity, The Palace is the place to be, offering next-level luxury over four decks. The Palace is the signature “all-inclusive, all-suite” luxury concept which features on all Dream Cruises ships and this will be replicated on board Global Dream.
Featuring the charm of a boutique hotel with the exclusivity of a private clubhouse, The Palace will encompass 152 suites and private facilities including pool, sundeck and al fresco dining at The Palace Poolside Grill and Hot Pot restaurant. Palace guest will enjoy exclusive benefits such as specialty dining inclusions, selected shore excursions, 24-hour butler service, premium beverage package and wi-fi throughout the cruise.
Dream Cruises has yet to announce plans for where the ship will be deployed, however voyages are expected to venture beyond Asia to Australia, New Zealand, the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean.