Dream Cruises’ World Dream, a 150,000 gross ton cruise ship, arrived in Singapore earlier this week. All 187 crew members on board completed their 14 day quarantine period before arriving in Singapore.
The crew will all be tested again by local authorities and they will be required to have a negative test before they begin active duty.
World Dream will be the first cruise ship to resume service from Singapore since the shutdown of all cruises earlier this year.
Prior to her arrival in Singapore, World Dream has been on hiatus in Rotterdam, the Netherlands after being taken out of service in early February.
The cruise ship will undergo thorough cleaning and sanitization prior to her inaugural “Super Seacation” sailings on November 6, to ensure the health and safety of all passengers on board.
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.
Royal Caribbean will be the second cruise line to resume cruises out of Singapore in December when Quantum of the Seas begins sailing.