Dream Cruises, the first every Asian luxury line is official on sale to Australians and New Zealanders. The line is the newest addition to the Genting Hong Kong fleet and offers the highest level of guest service and spacious comfort.
The Genting Dream will be the first ship launched by the line and is currently undergoing a fit out. She will start operating from November 6, 2016 with a six-night repositioning cruise from Singapore to Hong Kong. The inaugural cruise will call at Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang and Da Nang.
She will then commence a regular seven-night itinerary which will explore Vietnam’s scenic Da Nang and Ha Long Bay.
“We are delighted to launch Genting Dream in Australia and New Zealand and feature popular destinations such as Singapore, Vietnam and Hong Kong,” said Brigita Devries, the Assistant Vice President of Australia and New Zealand of Dream Cruises.
“Dream Cruises aims to be a pacesetter in the cruise industry and region with the finest dining options, exceptional service, enthralling entertainment and inspirational experiences, Dream Cruises aims to redefine vacation travel with a transformational journey at sea.”
Genting Dream will accommodate some of 3,400 guests. Over 70 per cent of the staterooms have private balconies and there are also 100 connecting rooms for families and larger groups. For the guests who want to experience the ultimate luxury cruise, the exclusive ‘Dream Mansion’ has two floors of lavish suites which feature European-butler service and special guests privileges.
There will be 35 restaurants and bars that feature Asian cuisine from around the region.
There will also be beautiful pools, six water slides, play rooms a rock climbing wall as well as mini-golf. There will also be state of the art spa facilities, a beauty salon, barbershop and a health club.
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