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Genting Files for Bankruptcy, What’s Next for its Cruise Brands?

Genting Hong Kong files for bankruptcy due to its MV Werften shipyards in Germany. Three of its cruise brands could be at risk.

More Cruise Cancellations for Dream Cruises in Hong Kong

Dream Cruises has been forced to cancel multiple staycation sailings from Hong Kong due to a directive from local authorities.

Cruise Line Forced to Cancel Cruises from Hong Kong

Genting-owned Dream Cruises was forced to cancel operations by the Tourism Commission of Hong Kong due to COVID concerns.

Cruise Line Increases Passenger Capacity to 75 Percent

Dream Cruises to increase its passenger capacity from 50% to 75% starting from December 1, 2021, due to the latest guidelines from authorities.

65,000 Guests Already Sailed With One Cruise Line from Hong Kong

Dream Cruises celebrates 100 days of sailing safely from Hong Kong and completes 800 passenger ship calls at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal.

Guests Disembark After COVID Case On Dream Cruises Ship

Guests have disembarked the World Dream cruise ship in Singapore after a COVID case that's been dealt with as per protocol.

Cruise Line Kicks Off Cruises to Nowhere, Let the Seacations Begin!

The World Dream officially kickstarted the restart of cruises from Singapore. The vessel sailed from Singapore today on a Seacation voyage.

Cruise Ship to Begin “Super Seacation” Sailings

Dream Cruises will be doing what they call Seacation Cruises, two and three-night cruises.

Asia’s Cruise Giant Receives Payment From Germany

Genting Hong Kong, the parent company of Crystal Cruises, Dream Cruises, and Star Cruises, has secured a EUR 193 million, or $227 million payment from the German Government.
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