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Dream Cruises Introduces Additional Safety Measures With Mandatory Vaccination For Cruising Guests Aboard “World Dream”

The World Dream arriving at Singapore (Courtesy Genting Cruise Lines, October 2020)Dream Cruises is pleased to announce as part of its ongoing commitment and efforts to provide safe cruises for its guests and crew, all “World Dream” sailings with effect from 21 November 2021 onwards will require its guests to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, excluding children aged 12 years and below. (more…)

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Genting Dream – Hong Kong’s first ‘cruise to nowhere’

The Genting Dream  (Courtesy Meyer Werft)China’s Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) has launched its first ever “cruise to nowhere.” The Genting Dream will sail out to sea past the Lei Yue Mun and Tathong channels before entering international waters and returning along the same route. (news.cgtn.com)


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Singapore-Based Cruise Ships Temporarily Reduce Capacity, Stop Sit Down Dining

Quantum of the Seas at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore in 2015 (Photo credit: Royal Caribbean Int.)The Singaporean government has announced that the country is once again returning to Phase 2 Heightened Alert coronavirus measures. The measures will be in force between July 22 and Aug. 18. That means reduced capacity and no sit down dining in restaurants aboard the Quantum of the Seas from Royal Caribbean and the World Dream from Dream Cruises. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

Nearly 3,000 guests, crew disembark cruise in Singapore after positive Covid case left them confined in cabins

The World Dream arriving at Singapore (Courtesy Genting Cruise Lines, October 2020)Nearly 3,000 passengers and crew are disembarking a Dream Cruises ship on Wednesday after being confined in their cabins when a passenger tested positive for Covid-19. All passengers and crew aboard the three-night World Dream “cruise to nowhere” in Singapore had been required to isolate in their cabins, with only essential crew members being allowed to move throughout the ship. (cnbc.com)

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