Newcomer Resorts World Cruises’ ‘Genting Dream’ has arrived at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore (MBCCS) to prepare for her first commercial sailing on 15th June.
‘Genting Dream’ is the first ship of a planned fleet that are dubbed as resorts cruising on high seas.
The cruise outlet expands Resorts World from land experiences – 46 properties, eight countries, four continents and 80 mill visitors a year – to the sea.
‘Genting Dream’ offers 35 food and beverage outlets, comprising inclusive and speciality restaurants, bars, as well certified Halal and vegetarian dining offerings.
Her Zodiac theatre has a 1,000 seat capacity and the ship is fitted with a theme park with pools and waterslides, ziplines, a rock-climbing wall, a wide sun deck, Virtual Reality and arcade games; bowling alleys, duty- free shopping, spas and many more attractions.
The operator said that it had successfully completed the CruiseSafe audit by Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and DNV, aligned with global health and sanitisation standards, as well as prevailing national guidelines.
“These are truly exciting times. We are thrilled to witness the start of ‘Genting Dream’ as the flagship of Resorts World Cruises, a new luxury and dynamic lifestyle cruise brand, affiliated with over five decades of global experience in both hospitality and cruising.
“We eagerly look forward to welcoming vacationers aboard ‘Genting Dream’ to experience a ‘Resort Cruising on High Seas’ from Singapore, which is full of excitement, lifestyle choices and memorable experiences,” said Michael Goh, Resorts World Cruises’ President.