The new ship has capacity for 3,376 passengers, outer cabins and private balconies (Image: Dream Cruises)
Germany-based shipbuilder Meyer Werft has handed over the new cruise ship World Dream to Asian line Dream Cruises.
The new ship has capacity for 3,376 passengers, outer cabins with private balconies and also features a small deep-sea submarine that can take guests down to a depth of 200 metres. A motorboat is also available for excursions.
Guests have the option of 35 restaurants and bars, and various entertainment facilities such as theatres, a climbing park, outdoor activities and a large range of virtual reality applications.
World Dream has also been designed and built according to the latest safety regulations with numerous energy saving measures to reduce operating costs.
“This is the 44th cruise ship that we have delivered," said Tim Meyer, managing director of Meyer Werft. "Our team did a great job. I am proud and thankful for their contribution.”
After being handed over to the Dream Cruises in Bremerhaven, Germany, World Dream will set sail to destinations in Asia where she will offer cruises for two, five and seven nights. Sailing from Hong Kong, the ship will cruise through regions in Vietnam and China.