Dream Cruises has unveiled an LED lighting system for the Genting Dream.
The balcony-lighting system delivers breathtaking visual special-effects, bathing the hull of Genting Dream in a kaleidoscope of vibrant color combinations, said Dream Cruises in a prepared statement.
“This highly innovative lighting display system represents something new to the cruise industry. Dream Cruises prides itself in being at the forefront of luxury cruise experiences for its guests. Now we will also be revolutionizing the way Dream Cruises and Genting Dream in particular will be appreciated by guests on board and by audiences on shore as she enters and leaves harbors across Asia,” said Dream Cruises President Thatcher Brown
Dream Cruises, the world’s newest cruise lines to be based in Asia has released a new video rendering of Genting Dream.
The Genting Dream is based on the Norwegian Cruise Lines ‘Breakaway Class’, although slightly bigger, but not a big as their ‘Breakaway Plus’ class.
Dream is being purpose-built for the Chinese/Asian market and will be a premium cruise brand compared to NCL who offer a ‘standard’ (mass-market) one.
Itineraries: Dream Cruises has now announced its Summer 2017 itinerary for Genting Dream.
From April through September, the Genting Dream will depart weekly on Sundays from her homeport of Guangzhou (Nansha) with guests enjoying two nights at sea before arriving in Naha, the capital city of Okinawa. The ship will then call at Miyakojima, in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.
Guests looking for a shorter break also have the choice of a two-night weekend cruise to the dynamic city of Hong Kong.
Malcolm says: My ‘Norwegian Getaway’ review will give you an idea about this class of ship, although the décor and amenities will be a little different. See HERE