Genting Dream Delivered To Cruise Line By Meyer Werft Shipyard

Genting Dream
Photo By: Meyer Werft

Genting Dream, the first ever cruise ship built for Asian-based Dream Cruises has been delivered by the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.

The large vessel has spent the last few weeks undergoing sea trials in the North Sea and final touches to the interior spaces. In September Genting Dream set off for its Ems River Conveyance from the Meyer Werft shipyard, just one major milestone the ship has completed during its construction process.

Now the ship has been delivered, the cruise line will take control and responsibility with all aspects. Crew members are getting their departments prepared for the Genting Dreams maiden voyage along with some stunning cruises as it heads towards its new deployment out of China.

Genting Dream is the first of two ships with the second entering service in November 2017. Genting Dream is 151,300 gross tonnes and will begin carrying 3,348 passengers along with 2,000 crew members. The vessel will offer a luxury experience to the Asian market.

Some ship highlights include industry first deep-sea submarines where four people at a time can go 200 meters in depth so see the world below. There are 35 restaurants all offering dishes from different continents around the globe. There is also an onboard bowling alley and climbing park among many outstanding features.

Genting Dream is currently located in Bremerhaven, Germany before it begins regular sailing out of Guangzhou, China.