Luxury cruise line Dream Cruises which is based in China has revealed the 2017 Summer itinerary for Genting Dream. The ship is the cruise line’s first vessel which will be entering service this November and it will sail to two destinations on 5-night sailings to Japan.
After the ships first set of inaugural itineraries out of its new home port in Guangzhou, China this November it will begin to offer new itineraries from April 2017. From 2 April to 29 September 2017, Genting Dream will depart weekly on Sundays from her homeport of Guangzhou (Nansha) with guests enjoying two nights at sea before arriving in Naha, the capital city of Okinawa.
Mr. Thatcher Brown, President of Dream Cruise said:
“We are delighted to introduce Genting Dream’s first Summer schedule featuring Japan, which continues to grow rapidly in popularity as a cruise destination.”
“We listened to our travel partners and our prospective guests; Japan was a top destination request with its distinctive natural environments, cultural offerings and reputation for quality cruise excursion products. We look forward to supporting our travel partners and welcoming their clients on board Genting Dream for the upcoming 2017 summer season”
Genting Dream continues to sail to the beautiful island of Miyakojima, in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Guests then enjoy two nights at sea, making the most of the ship’s countless attractions, before returning to Guangzhou (Nansha) on Friday.
The Asian-based cruise line will also be offering a 2-night weekend cruise to Hong Kong, a popular cruise port some of the world’s largest cruise ships.
Genting Dream is the first of two purpose-built luxury ships for the Asian cruise market. Genting Dream is undergoing the final fitting out stages at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The ship is 151,300 gross tons and can carry 3,400 passengers along with 2,000 crew members.
Readers can follow Cruise Hive for all the latest on this brand new cruise ship which will make its debut this November. The ship must still do through sea trials and further seaworthy tests first. You can watch a virtual tour of the ship here.