Dream Cruises has announced plans to resume cruises in Taiwan with the Explorer Dream, starting at the end of December.
Explorer Dream will welcome guests with two- and three-night Super Seacation from Keelung to Hualien, Anping and Kaoshiung.
The Explorer Dream ship offers a wide range of facilities onboard with entertainment and leisure spaces, gyms, spas and salons, restaurants, etc.
Previously, the Explorer Dream ship welcomed more than 90,000 guests to join the Super Seacation from July 2020 to May 2021. For the upcoming Taiwan cruises, the cruise line will develop theming and enrichment programs on board to provide a 360-degree experience for travelers.
Health procedures and guidelines for guests, crew, and sanitization and disinfection procedures onboard are implemented to ensure compliance with all Taiwan regulations.
Guests will be required to be fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to the departure date and must have a negative PCR test within 48 hours prior to departure.
Initially, the capacity of the Explorer Dream ship will be reduced to ensure social distancing onboard. Guests are also required to download the Taiwan Social Distance app.
President of Genting Cruise Lines, Kent Zhu said: “Dream Cruises is delighted to announce the restart of cruises in Taiwan on Dec. 31 to provide the island’s residents with the opportunity to embark on a Super Seacation and enjoy the feeling of traveling again.”
“Since we suspended operations in May, Dream Cruises has been working with the Taiwan authorities to plan on the safe restart of cruises and to revisit our health and hygiene guidelines and protocols to ensure the safest environment for both guests and crew. We are proud to have been the first cruise company to resume cruises in Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong and of our stellar record of no COVID-19 related incidents in Taiwan since the Explorer Dream first began operations in July 2020,”