Dream Cruises has made a record-breaking ship model out of LEGO and they just released a new time-lapse of it.
Dream Cruises is a fairly new cruise line to the industry but has already welcomed its newest vessel named World Dream. To celebrate the ship’s arrival the cruise line in partnership with LEGO made a huge model of World Dream. The Asian based cruise line posted a stunning time-lapse video as a dedicated team of LEGo professionals worked hard to make it happen.
World Dream LEGO Model
#世界夢號 破世界紀錄郵輪模型 3 個月日以繼夜拼砌歷程，濃縮成2分幾鐘嘅 Time-Lapse Video 讓你連環看清！一起來見證樂高®專業認證大師 Andy Hung 洪子健 – LEGO Certified Professional ，及其專業團隊 Legend Creative 共同努力的過程！With over 3 months of hard work, the record-breaking #WorldDream LEGO ® model is almost complete! We’ve speed things up a little for you in this time-lapse video of just over 2 minutes. Watch how LEGO ® Certified Professional Andy Hung 洪子健 – LEGO Certified Professional , and his professional team, Legend Creative, piece together our Dreams brick by brick. #星夢郵輪 #DreamCruises #郵歷更大的世界 #ExpandYourWorld #TogetherWeBuildDreams
Posted by Dream Cruises 星夢郵輪 on Tuesday, November 7, 2017
We don’t want to know how many hours were put into building this large LEGO cruise ship modal but it must have been a lot! The team can be seen matching the hull artwork exact and inspecting real photos of the new ship.
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World Dream was built by the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany and was officially handed over to Dream Cruises on October 26, 2017. World Dream joins Genting Dream with year-round cruises out of China starting in November 2017.
The luxury cruise ship which caters for the Asian market is 151,000 gross tons and can carry over 3,400 guests.