CruiseDream Cruises’ most recent addition to the fleet has a fleeting visit to Hong Kong before heading to her homeport in Sydney

Explorer Dream goes on maiden exploration at Hong Kong

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Explorer Dream sails into Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour for a brief stop at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal
Explorer Dream sails into Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour for a brief stop at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

HONG KONG – Dream Cruise’s newest ship docked for the first time in Hong Kong on Oct 8, as part of her 19-night cruise through Asia to Australia.

The 75,338-tonne, 268m-long ship, which has 928 cabins and capacity of 1,856 passengers, will call at Singapore, Vietnam and Indonesia, before arriving in Sydney, Australia, where she will be the first Dream Cruises ship to homeport out of Asia.

With newly designed cabins ideal for groups of friends and families, high-tech facilities both in-cabin and in the activities and entertainment on board, and eateries that span fine dining to casual grab-and-go, Explorer Dream is the most contemporary iteration of Dream Cruises’ fleet.

The Palace has been created to feature Asian luxury in the “ship within a ship” enclave of suites of over 40sqm, private butler service and an industry-leading staff-to-guest ratio.


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