asiacruiseDream CruisesGenting At 204,000 gross tons, housing 2,500 suites and cabins and featuring the most advanced digital technology, Dream Cruises’ new Global Class vessel, whose keel was laid last week at Genting Hong Kong’s MV Werten shipyard in Rostock, Germany, will be the largest cruise ship ever built in Germany and will allow Dream Cruises to offer cruises all over the world, to become “Asia’s Global Cruise Line”.“The Global Class is designed from the keel up with more exciting public areas and larger cabins than traditional cruise ships. The new ship will also be supported by the world’s leading technology and digital systems” said Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Genting Hong Kong. “Ownership of MV Werften also means greater flexibility in incorporating the latest technical advancements for the shipyard to build the best cruise ship in the world.”President of Dream Cruises, Mr. Thatcher Brown, said: “Building on the successful debuts of Genting Dream in 2016 and World Dream in 2017, the addition of two Global Class ships to the fleet will allow Dream Cruises to offer our partners and guests more itineraries worldwide. Expanding the Dream Cruises brand globally goes hand-in-hand with an aggressive new-build program that will more than double our capacity in by 2021 and help us realise our aspiration to be “Asia’s Global Cruise Line.”Amenities will include a theme park featuring a roller coaster with virtual reality, a Cineplex, Asian spa in addition to a Western spa, ample shopping facilities as well as authentic Asian and international dining experiences and fast food restaurants. Her 2,500 cabins will be able to accommodate up to 5,000 passengers on a twin share basis and can cater for up to 9,500 passengers during peak holiday periods. As safety is of primary concern at Dream Cruises, sufficient life-saving facilities and ample width of fire stairs will ensure the well-being of all guests on board the new Global Class vessel.