Genting Dream, the flagship of Resorts World Cruises, has made landfall at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore (MBCCS), ahead of its first commercial sailing on June 15.
Genting Dream will be the first resort cruise ship to homeport in Singapore, and is the first out of a planned fleet known as Resorts Cruising on High Seas.
Accommodation options range from interior staterooms to ocean-view and balcony suites for 3,352 passengers. Additionally, The Palace luxury features a private enclave with its own exclusive restaurant, sundeck, gym, spa and other facilities.
Vacationers can enjoy international performances and blockbuster movies at the Zodiac theatre with 1,000-seat capacity; a theme park at sea with pools and waterslides, ziplines, a rock-climbing wall, bowling alleys, duty-free shopping, spas and other attractions ideal for corporate retreats.
There are also a total of 35 F&B options onboard, comprising inclusive and speciality restaurants, bars, as well as certified Halal and vegetarian dining offerings.
In a press release, Resorts World Cruises stated it will be expanding the Resorts Brand from land experiences to the seas of the world, to position itself as the leading cruise line in the region for Asian-sourced markets.
President of Resorts World Cruises, Michael Goh, said: “We are thrilled to witness the start of Genting Dream as the flagship of Resorts World Cruises, a new luxury and dynamic lifestyle cruise brand, affiliated with over five decades of global experience in both hospitality and cruising.
“We eagerly look forward to welcoming vacationers aboard Genting Dream to experience a ‘Resort Cruising on High Seas’ from Singapore, which is full of excitement, lifestyle choices and memorable experiences.”