Genting Dream Cruise Deals

Singapore Genting Dream Cruises: Discover and Book Your Ideal Voyage for 2024 & 2025 - Find and Search Now!

icon

Your Top Experiences

icon

Our Staterooms

icon

LAST MINUTE CRUISE DEALS

Book Genting Dream Cruise at the best price Book Now

At 335m end to end, we’re bigger than a skyscraper and way more fun.

icon
Gross Tonage

150,695

Gross Tonage

Wide

40m

Wide

In Length

335m

In Length

Decks

18

Decks

Passenger Capacity

3,352

Passenger Capacity (Lower Berth)

Staterooms

1,674

Staterooms

Meyer Werft Germany

Manufactured by

Meyer Werft Germany

Fresh Air Ventilation System

100%

Fresh Air Ventilation System

 Getting Dream Cruise

Star Cruise - Old Memories

icon
Star Cruises to Resorts World Journey

Note: The current fleet of Star Cruises ships is operated by Resorts World One under the name Genting Dream Cruises.

  • The Covid-19 outbreak destroyed the cruise ship company Genting Hong Kong (formerly known as Star Cruises), and Malaysian billionaire Lim Kok Thay is closing the cruise line and starting a new one from Singapore.
  • 1,856 people may be accommodated on the 75,338 gross ton cruise ship Resorts World One. The ship was previously used as SuperStar Virgo for Star Cruises and as Explorer Dream for Dream Cruises.
  • Resorts World Cruises has revealed that it has purchased the Explorer Dream, a former Dream Cruises ship. After being renamed as Resorts World One, the ship will begin two-week cruises from Singapore and then, on March 10, 2023, two- and three-night cruises from Hong Kong.
  • Genting Dream is the first ship constructed under Dream Cruises, a luxury cruise line operated by Genting Hong Kong. Dream Cruises was introduced in November 2015, making it the first brand in Asia to provide premium cruise services. Based in Hong Kong, Genting Hong Kong is a multinational leisure, entertainment, and hospitality corporation.
  • According to Michael Goh, the president and head of international sales at Resorts World Cruises, who was quoted by Bloomberg during a media event, the company will initially operate just one ship, Genting Dream, offering cruise to nowhere services from Singapore. Goh served as president of Dream Cruises before it was one of the firms that went bankrupt due to the insolvency of its German shipbuilding arm, MV Werften, and parent company Genting Hong Kong's inability to acquire finance.

Top Attraction in Singapore

icon

Frequently Asked Question

  • Resorts World Cruises is a new luxury lifestyle cruise brand headquartered in Singapore that has been involved in the hospitality and cruising industries for over five decades.
  • The Genting Dream is the first in a planned fleet of vacation cruise ships called "Resorts Cruising on High Seas" by Resorts World Cruises.
  • The Genting Dream's inaugural cruise will depart from Singapore on 15 June 2022.
  • Starting in March 2023, Resorts World One will be based in Hong Kong.

SINGAPORE DEPARTURES:

  • 3 Night Kuala Lumpur & Penang Cruise departing on Sundays
  • 2 Night Kuala Lumpur Cruise departing Wednesdays
  • 2 Night High Seas Weekend Getaway Cruise departing Fridays
  • 3 Night Phuket Cruise

KUALA LUMPUR (via PORT KLANG) DEPARTURE:

  • 3 Night Penang-Singapore Cruise departing Mondays
  • 3 Night Phuket - Singapore cruise departing on selected Monday
  • 4 Night Singapore cruise departing on selected Thursday

During the entire trip, present a valid passport and other necessary travel documents.

  • Valid for a minimum of six months from the cruise's return date
  • Valid Long-Term Pass; Singaporean resident's re-entry permit
  • A valid visa for foreigners

The cruise offers a variety of accommodations, including interior staterooms, oceanview staterooms, balcony staterooms, suites, and palace villa, palace penthouse each providing different levels of comfort and amenities.

Yes, Genting Dream Cruise provides a Kids Club and a Teen Club with age-appropriate activities and entertainment. There are dedicated spaces and programs to keep children and teenagers engaged.

Outside food and beverages are generally not allowed on the cruise ship. However, specific rules may vary, and exceptions may be made for dietary or medical reasons. It's advisable to check the cruise line's policies before embarking.