Published on : Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Dream Cruises’ World Dream recently arrived in Singapore ahead of a re-launch of the cruise sector in Asia. At present that cruise ship has 187 crew members aboard, each of whom has completed 14-day quarantine on the cruise ship prior to arrival in the city state.
The crew will undergo a further series of mandatory COVID-19 testing as stipulated by the local authorities and will be required to test negative before signing-up for active duty. The cruise ship has been on hiatus in Rotterdam, the Netherlands after being taken out of service in early February before her recent arrival n Singapore.
The Dream Cruises-owned 150,695 gross ton megaship will now undergo thorough cleaning and sanitisation prior to her inaugural ‘Super Seacation’ sailing on November 6. World Dream will be the newest built cruise ship to call Singapore home and will be the first cruise ship to restart service in the Lion City.