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The Midship Section Of The “Global Dream” Arrived in Wismar

GLOBAL DREAM 环球梦号 | spectacular float out at MV WERFTEN Rostock and towing to Wismar (Credit: Unimedien)

After having been towed 50 miles for nearly a whole day at sea, the hull of the cruise ship “Global Dream” has arrived safely at the place where it will be assembled and fitted out. Thousands of impressed onlookers watched it come into the Port of Wismar at about 4 p.m. on 23 November. (more…)

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Sale and Leaseback Deal for Genting Dream

The Genting Dream  (Courtesy Meyer Werft)Genting Hong Kong has announced that it has entered into a sale and leaseback agreement for the 2016-built Genting Dream. The company has sold the ship for $900 million or 80 percent of the closing market value (whatever is lower), in a deal involving three Chinese banks. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

Dream Cruises partners with National Geographic photographer as part of the ‘Dreamscapes’ enrichment programme

Dream Cruises (Logo)Multi award-winning National Geographic photographer, Michael Yamashita will be on board Explorer Dream for its 21-night Odyssey from Shanghai to Sydney, between October 6 and 27, 2019, as part of the ‘Dreamscapes’ enrichment programme. The program features expert speakers from such wide-ranging fields as Astrophotography, Chinese Opera, Pizza Acrobatics, Yoga and Tai Chi on board to present guests with interactive activities and experiences in their area of expertise. (aseancruising.com)


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Genting Hong Kong Sells Stake in Dream Cruises

The World Dream at Hong Kong (Courtesy Genting Cruise Lines)Genting Hong Kong announced that it has reached a deal to sell a 35 percent stake in Dream Cruises to Canada’s TPG Darting, which is owned by TPG Capital Asia and Growth Funds. The company said the deal would strengthen its balance sheet as well as its ability to continue to expand its fleet in the cruise industry. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

Chinese National Treasures on World Dream (September to October 2019)

Dream Cruises (Logo)In celebration of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, or the Moon Festival, which will take place on September 13 this year, Dream Cruises will present three puppetry performances at sea, comprised of Marionettes Theatre, Shadow Puppetry and Glove Puppetry on World Dream,
where traditional Chinese folklore and mythical tales of the moon will come to life. (more…)


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Genting’s Dream Cruises Leadership Change Won’t Rock the Boat

Dream Cruises (Logo)After four years of leading the launch and growth of Dream Cruises and Crystal Cruises Asia, Thatcher Brown has resigned, citing “personal family reasons.” Michael Goh, a loyal Genting Hong Kong executive, has succeeded Brown as president of Dream Cruises. Goh has also been named head of international sales for Genting Cruise Lines, which comprises Dream Cruises, Crystal Cruises, and Star Cruises. (skift.com)

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