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New Itinerary Added To Genting Dream For Summer 2017

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Beginning from 2 April 2017, Genting Dream will set sail from her dual homeports of Hong Kong and Nansha, Guangzhou on 5-night voyages to the idyllic destinations of Naha and Miyakojima in Okinawa, Japan. Continuing through the summer, guests who are looking for a quick escape can also enjoy a two-night weekend cruise sailing from the cosmopolitan metropolis of Hong Kong.

Mr. Thatcher Brown, President of Dream Cruises:

“We are delighted to introduce Genting Dream’s first Summer Cruise Season which also marks her maiden cruise to Okinawa, Japan.”

“With the success of our current Vietnam cruises, we are further developing exhilarating itineraries that will capture the beauty and diversity of Asia and excite the passions of our guests. With pristine beaches, crystal clear water and myriad cultural and historic attractions, Okinawa Japan is a natural and popular choice for Genting Dream this summer.”

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Photo By: Dream Cruises

Genting Dream Itineraries:

5-night Cruise (2 April – 13 October 2017)

Sun – Hong Kong*/ Guangzhou(Nansha), Mon – High Seas, Tue – Naha, Wed – Miyakojima, Thu – High Seas, Fri – Guangzhou / Hong Kong.

2-night Weekend Cruise (7 April – 15 October 2017)

Fri – Hong Kong, Sat – High Seas, Sun – Hong Kong.

Genting Dream is the first of two new ships for Asian-based Dream Cruises. The vessel was delivered in November 2016 and built by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany. Genting Dream is 151,000 gross tons and can carry 3,348 guests at double occupancy. The second ship named World Dream will be entering service at the end of 2017.

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