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Immerse in World Cup and Monster Fever on World Dream this Summer

The World Dream (Courtesy Meyer Werft)Dream Cruises announces the line-up of summer programs aboard World Dream, the 150,000-ton megaship which currently homeports in Hong Kong and Nansha, Guangzhou. Perfect for multi-generational families with kids, the cruise ship will embark on three 5-night itineraries this summer to Japan and Vietnam.




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Dream Cruises Teams Up with Sony Pictures Animations

Dream Cruises (Logo)Dream Cruises is collaborating with Sony Pictures Animation to host thematic sailings of “Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation”, the latest instalment of the animated movie franchise, aboard Genting Dream and World Dream this summer.




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Dream Cruises Launches “Ageless Dreamers” Program

Dream Cruises (Logo)Dream Cruises announced the launch of “Ageless Dreamers” Program, the first enrichment series at sea of its kind geared towards mature cruisers who yearn to expand their horizons and thrive in their golden years.




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Genting Cruise Lines Signs Agreement of Intent with Okinawa Agricultural Cooperative Association

Genting Cruise Lines (Logo)Genting Cruise Lines is pleased to announce its collaboration with Okinawa Agricultural Cooperatives Association (JA Okinawa), and Leospo Incorporated, introducing an exceptional gastronomic experience at sea with Okinawa’s finest selection of home-grown and locally produced premium delicacies, such as the world-famous Okinawa Wagyu beef and Okinawa Agu pork for its summer cruise itineraries to Okinawa on selected ships.




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Dream Cruises Releases More Global Class Renderings

MV Werften’s Global Class ship. Above pictured in Rostock (Artist impression MV Werften)Dream Cruises has released additional renderings and more details on its upcoming pair of Global-class newbuilds. The first ship will join the company’s fleet in late 2020, and feature artificial intelligence including facial and voice recognition to eliminate most queues. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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