Genting Dream

Genting Dream

Genting Dream is the first of two ships MEYER WERFT constructed for the Asian cruise line Dream Cruises. Both luxury liners are tailor-made for the Asian cruise markets.

Genting Dream and World Dream are specially designed for Chinese cruise ship guests – starting with the colourful hull painting by Chinese pop artist, Jacky Tsai, who designed a love scene between a mermaid and an astronaut. Laser technology was used to project the motif onto the hull at the MEYER WERFT dock, and the design was then carefully painted over several weeks. The outdoor lighting concept is just as spectacular. A dynamic LED lighting system conjures up extraordinary effects on the outer face of the ship. These ships constructed for Dream Cruises are also the first ever to come with two small submarines, which can carry four people each and descend to a depth of 200 metres.

And Genting Dream features yet another novelty: A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner was installed on board to enable comprehensive medical check-ups on the move. The installation of the equipment presented MEYER WERFT with a whole new challenge due to its weight of 16 tons and strong magnetic fields.

Needless to say, the new Dream Cruises ships are equipped with eco-friendly engine technology, numerous energy-saving and heat recovery facilities, and a ballast water purification system.

Tonnage
151,300 GT
Length
335.35 m
Width on frames
39.7 m
Decks
20
Total Engine Power
76,800 kW
Driving Power
41 MW
Cruising Speed
23.4 kn
Passengers
3,348
Passenger Cabins
1,674
Passenger Cabins (incl. Suites)
1,272
Inside Cabins
402
Crew
max. 2,016
Theatre Capacity
approx. 1000
Classification
DNVGL
Production Series
Genting-Dream-Class
Shipyard
MEYER WERFT
Cruise Line
Dream Cruises

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