Genting Cruise Lines Host Weekend Gateway Onboard the Genting Dream - Its First Asian Luxury Cruise Line
Over 350 guests from 11 countries comprising of the media and travel agents with senior executives of Genting Cruise Lines attended a forum and gala dinner onboard its inaugural ship, the Genting Dream which set sail from Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in Hong Kong.
During the three-day event guests, were introduced to the Genting Cruise Lines’ latest cruise products such as: the SuprtStar Virgo's golden sea route cruises whose current homeport deployment is in Manila, Hong Kong and Kaohsiung, will move to Shanghai, Osaka and Tokyo (Yokohama Port) in July and sail to Mt Fuji (Shimizu Port) and Kagoshima (Hososhima Port); the SuperStar Gemini in Bangkok to Sihanoukville, Koh Kong Island and Koh Samui; and an update on the Okinawa Festival which takes place onboard Genting Dream throughout the ship’s summer deployment from Hong Kong to Guangzhou (Nansha Port) to Okinawa.
Guests from the different countries participated in outdoor sports challenges and mingled at the Zouk Beach Club for an open-air cocktail reception.
The gateway concluded with a Shanghai-themed gala dinner, where everyone wore Cheongsam costumes in a convivial atmosphere reminiscent of the 1930s golden era of the city of Shanghai.
Genting Cruise Lines is a new division of Genting Hong Kong which comprises of three cruise brands - Star Cruises, Dream Cruises and Crystal Cruises. The Dream Cruises is the first-ever Asian Luxury cruise line which not only provides luxury vacations, but also venue for meetings, conventions, corporate events and private celebrations on sea.
The other luxury vessel under the Genting Cruise Lines is the World Dream. Together with the Genting Dream, the two ships are purpose-built for the Asian market with the Genting Dream, the first ship of the fleet debuted in November 2016, and the sister ship World Dream scheduled for November 2017.