Top News Genting Dream restarts services in Hong Kong By TTG Asia / Posted on 3 August, 2021 13:09 Dream Cruises’ Genting Dream is the first cruise ship to restart operations in Hong Kong with her maiden Super Seacation voyage on July 30. More than 1,000 guests took part in the historic inaugural voyage on Genting Dream which departed from Kai Tak Cruise Terminal. Over 1,000 guests took part in Genting Dream’s inaugural voyage in Hong Kong To celebrate the occasion, an official ceremony was held, which was attended by Hong Kong’s secretary for commerce and economic development Edward Yau Tang-wah, Hong Kong Tourism Board’s chairman Pang Yiukai, and Genting Cruise Lines’ president Kent Zhu. “We are extremely proud that Genting Dream will be the first cruise ship to restart operations in Hong Kong and we are grateful for the support we have received from the Hong Kong government, authorities and trade partners for their trust in Dream Cruises,” said Zhu. “We have also been very encouraged by the response to our Super Seacation Cruises with sold out and very strong bookings throughout the month of August. With the increase in the rate of vaccinations in the city, we are confident that our Super Seacation cruises will become one of the most popular vacation options for the residents of Hong Kong in the near future.” In preparation for welcoming its first passengers on board, since her arrival into Hong Kong in early June, the crew of Genting Dream has been implementing new health, hygiene and operating protocols. All crew members have been fully vaccinated 14 days prior to the cruise. Guests must also be fully vaccinated 14 days before their departure date and must pass a Covid-19 PCR test 48 hours prior to sailing. Genting Dream will offer two and three-night Super Seacation itineraries, with three weekly sailings. Highlights of the July 30 cruise included a magic show by local magician Louis Yan, while the August 1 sailing features yoga classes led by Coffee Lam, a certified yoga instructor.