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100,000 passengers have sailed from Singapore since November

The 100,000th passenger was given prizes and upgraded to accommodation in The Palace suite
Genting Hong Kong-owned Dream Cruises’ World Dream welcomed the 100,000th passenger to sail from Singapore's Marina Bay Cruise Centre since sailings resumed from there on November 6, 2020.

‘Having pioneered the safe pilot cruises in Singapore, we are excited to be part of this important milestone...,’ said Michael Goh, president, Dream Cruises.

‘We hope to continue to welcome more Singapore residents aboard World Dream throughout the year.’

Royal Caribbean International's Quantum of the Seas is also sailing cruises from Marina Bay Cruise Centre which started in December last year. The 100,000th milesstone is the collective of passengers to have cruised on both ships.

Health and hygiene 

Goh added, ‘As a testament to our ongoing commitment to the safety and wellbeing of our guests and crew, we are also proud to announce that World Dream recently became the first cruise ship in the world to receive a three-year Certification in Infection Prevention - Maritime (CIP-M) from DNV, complementing the CruiseSafe Certification by the Singapore Tourism Board and DNV.’

Annie Chang, director, cruise, Singapore Tourism Board concluded, ‘This momentous occasion underscores the progress that Dream Cruises has made in charting a new course for safe cruising and regaining the confidence of passengers. 

‘We are pleased with the efforts made by cruise lines to ensure continual vigilance and adherence to health measures on board, so that cruising is as safe as the experiences on land. 

‘We will continue to work with the industry to advance the cause for cruise tourism in Singapore and the region.’