Photo: Meyer Werft
Dream Cruises, a subsidiary of Genting Hong Kong, has taken delivery of its newest cruise ship which was constructed at Meyer’s facility in Papenburg.
The GT 151,300 World Dream is 335.35 m long and 39.7 m wide, offering space for up to 3,376 passengers in 1,686 cabins (out of which 1,272 are outer cabs, the bulk of which have their own balconies).
The ship has 20 decks across which 35 restaurants and bars are available, together with a set of various entertainment facilities, such as theatres (approx. 1,000 seats), a climbing park, space for outdoor activities, as well as a range of virtual reality applications. Moreover, World Dream also carries a small deep-sea submarine which can take up to four guests to a depth of 200 m, and a motorboat for excursions.
The vessel will be based in the Port of Hong Kong from where she'll head for two/five/seven night sailings to Vietnam and China.
The artist Jacky Tsai has been responsible for the ship's hull artwork titled "A Tale of Two Dreams."
"This is our 44th cruise ship we delivered. Our team made a great job. I am proud and thankful for their contribution," Tim Meyer, Managing Director, Meyer Werft, commented.