One year after reintroduced sailings from Singapore, the World Dream cruise ship owned by Dream Cruises has welcomed nearly 200,000 guests aboard 150 “Super Seacation” voyages to date.
Bookings for World Dream continue to show a positive trend, as most sailings for the remaining months of 2021 are almost sold out, creating strong momentum for the early months next year.
Dream Cruises President, Michael Goh, said: “This month is truly special as we celebrate Dream Cruises’ 5th anniversary as a brand and also our one-year milestone of cruise resumption in Singapore. We are deeply appreciative of the continuous support from the Singapore Tourism Board, the local authorities, and the general public, which enabled us to provide Singapore residents with a safe vacation experience over the past year in these unique circumstances.”
World Dream in Singapore also became the first cruise ship in the Asia Pacific to receive certifications from the United World Halal Development (UNWHD) in December 2020.
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Faced with travel restrictions, World Dream successfully introduced and launched a series of attractive voyages such as “Rhythm of Korea”, “Amazing Thailand”, “Wonders of Japan” and most recently, “Markets of the World” in its attempt to bring onboard the various cultures and cuisines of the world for guests to enjoy and experience.
In the near future, World Dream will unveil its new themes, for instance “A Nordic Christmas Adventure” special from November 17, 2021 to January 1, 2022.
Customers traveling with World Dream in Singapore have been on the rise, including young travelers from X and Millennials generations as well as couples with no children or families with non-school-going young children. Thanks to that, onboard spending on World Dream cruises has increased by 37.5% in 2021 as compared to pre-pandemic (2019).