The DFS T Gallerias, set for Global Dream in 2021 and its 2022 sister ship, showcase luxury travel retailer DFS Group. DFS and Starboard are both Selective Retailing Houses within LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton.
Brand firsts, product debuts and activations
The retail offering will include a combination of brand firsts, product introductions and activations in an experience specifically curated for the Global-class guest.
‘With Genting Cruise Lines’ over 25 years of experience operating cruise ships in Asia, we know that retail and shopping is an important component of our guests’ vacation plans, and we are excited to have the highly coveted brands that both Starboard and DFS represent available on our ships,’ said Kent Zhu, president of Genting Cruise Lines.
‘We’re both industry leaders in catering to the Asia traveler — both on land and at sea. Now, our combined expertise will elevate the cruise shopping experience to new heights,’ added Lisa Bauer, CEO and president, Starboard Cruise Services.
18,000 square feet of retail space
The offerings aboard the Dream Cruises newbuilds will span 18,000 square feet of retail space across various categories, including fashion and accessories, beauty and rragrance, watches and jewelry, and food and gifts.
This tri-party partnership will also offer a seamless shopping experience. Customers can shop from home, on board Global Dream or on land at T Galleria boutiques.
DFS Group’s T Galleria department stores are renowned for offering an assortment of the world’s preferred luxury brands, personalized services and experiences tailored to traveling customers.