Dream Cruises, Asia’s first luxury line, has introduced a new loyalty program called DreamElite which will allow regular cruisers to get extra perks and be ‘treated like a rockstar’.
DreamElite is a unique lifestyle program which means regular cruisers with Dream will get special access to specialty dining, shows, meet and greets with the performers of the onboard entertainment and more.
Brigita Devries who heads up Dream and Star Cruises in Sydney said DreamElite is a great way for regular cruisers to get the VIP treatment.
“If some of our guests are looking for a bit more of VIP treatment, this loyalty scheme, which has four tiers will make them want to rebook again and again. These are special bespoke offerings like spa treatments, specialty dining options and special treatment onboard,” she said.”
“Ordinarily you wouldn’t get a chance to chat to the performers or meet the captain face-to-face. And we have a great enrichment program. In the past, we’ve hosted astronauts, National Geographic photographers and even a professional mermaid – elite guests will also get one-off meet and greets with these speakers.
“It’s a nice way to acknowledge our loyal patrons and reward them with unique experiences. They will get the full immersive voyage.”
For higher tiered membership, guests are eligible for complimentary upgrades to next stateroom category, complimentary access to a monthly party at Zouk, special Glow Bowling offers and 10% off on advanced booking of shore excursions at two ports of call.
Genting Dream, which will be homeported in Singapore later this year.
“It’s exciting that the ship will be homeported in Singapore because it’s a great chance for Australians to try out the ship. It’s an easy flight to Singapore where they can step aboard the ship from this December,” she said.
Dream Cruises’ is the sister line to the multi-award winning line, Star Cruises, which is also targeting Australian cruisers with its unique Asian experiences.
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