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Genting Dream deck 5 plan (Cabins-Spa)
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Crystal Life Asian Spa
Crystal Life Wellness
Clinic (Medical Center) is the ship’s hospital operated by resident doctors/physicians and nurses on 24-hour call duty. The infirmary (open between 8 am – 8 pm /doctor hours 8-11 am and 3-6 pm) is equipped with defibrillators, external pacemakers, pulse oximeters, an ECG (electrocardiograph machine), thrombolytic and lab equipment. Treatments at the ship hospital are equivalent to a private doctor’s visit. All treatments, tests and medications are at extra charge. The only exception is Bonine (seasickness medication) also available for free at the ship’s Reception (24 hours). General health insurance policies do not apply, so buying cruise health insurance is recommended. The ship’s physicians are independent contractors and render medical services at a customary fee. The basic fee doesn’t include medication, tests or treatments. Payments are made via the Dream Cruises boarding pass (card).
Meeting Rooms: Bintan (24 seats, area 40 m2 / 430 ft2), Langkawi (30 seats, area 50 m2 / 538 ft2), Penang (31 seats, area 71 m2 / 764 ft2)
Cruise cabins from 5001 to 5595, of which Inside and Oceanview staterooms.
Note: Both submersibles are used for underwater excursions. Each vessel is designed to carry 4 passengers plus a pilot. The vessels are of the “C-EXPLORER 5” class advertized as “SUBSEA LIMOUSINE”/ “C-Explorer 5” submarines feature 360-degree acrylic pressure hulls and are able to dive down to 200 m (650 ft) and move underwater at 3 knots speed (5,5 kph / 3,5 mph).
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Genting Dream sails from Singapore with stops at Kuala Lumpur, Penang in Malaysia and Phuket in Thailand.
- November 7, 2023
Singapore ports are some of the busiest in the world thanks to its strategic location, with ships zipping through its seawaters from China and India as well as beyond. Among some of the popular travel cruise ships that call Singapore’s port is the Genting Dream cruise.
Genting Dream is one of two luxury cruise ships operated by Resorts World Cruises, a company currently based in Singapore and led by Malaysian entrepreneur Lim Kok Thay, who also owns Genting Group – the company that manages the only casino in Malaysia.
Genting Dream offers regular sails to nowhere on every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, departing from homeport Singapore. The cruise also has itineraries that travel to popular destinations such as Malaysia and Thailand. Passengers can choose to embark from either Singapore or Malaysia at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre or Port Klang respectively.
International passengers of nationalities outside of the two countries will need to have travel insurance and valid visa to board the Genting Dream cruise.
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Cabin Categories: Nine Types Of Staterooms To Choose From
The Genting Dream cruise has a total of 18 decks and can serve up to 3,352 passengers. There are a total of nine types of rooms on the cruise ranging from rooms with a balcony facing the open ocean to penthouses and villas.
The Interior Staterooms with no windows are the most affordable rooms on the Genting Dream cruise at S$566. For an additional S$100, you will get Oceanview Staterooms that are fitted with a medium-sized window.
Meanwhile, the Balcony Staterooms, priced from S$766, provide sea views through a floor-to-ceiling glass door that opens to a spacious balcony overlooking the waters with sea breeze. The Palace Suites are fitted with more luxurious furnishings at a starting price of S$1,466.
Activities: From Waterslide Park To 35-Metre Zipline
There are myriad facilities on the Genting Dream cruise that spans 335 metres in length. The ship is fitted with spas, pools, a jacuzzi, casino, studio, bar with live bands, salon, barber, jogging track, gymnasium, fitness room, arcade center and shopping boutiques.
In addition, passengers can partake in exciting experiences at the Waterslide Park that has six twisting and turning slides. Otherwise, pick up new skills at the rock-climbing wall, mini golf area and zipline and rope course. These activities are all free of charge.
Some of the activities may require extra fees such as bowling, billiards and karaoke. Parents can also send their children of ages two to 12 to kids play area Little Dreamers Club for a fee.
For nighttime activities, there are live performances showcasing acrobatics at the Zodiac Theatre for free. There will also be dance parties at the Zouk and Zouk Beach Club with free entrance, where you can show off your moves along with the DJ’s beats. The Genting Dream cruise is known for its lively foam parties where the entire outdoor beach club will be filled with bubble foam as passengers dance and revel.
Many activities onboard the cruise are complimentary to passengers. In fact, some of the best experiences on the cruise require no extra pay such as ziplining and sliding down water slides above open waters or just admiring the sea and feeling the breeze within the comforts of your room.
There is Wi-Fi available on the cruise for an extra fee. The standard package costs from S$9 to S$45 for a period of one to five nights for one device. The packages that support up to five devices are priced from S$27 to S$135.
Food Options: Asian And Western Cuisines For All-Day Dining
Given that there are a total of 17 restaurants on board the ship, passengers of the Genting Dream cruise are spoiled with choices when it comes to variety of food and cuisines. Typically, the standard cruise package comes with several complimentary meals per day.
Dining at halal buffet restaurant The Lido and the two-tiered Dream Dining, which serves Chinese and Western dishes is free.
However, if you choose to dine at specialty restaurants like Silk Road Chinese Restaurant, Hot Pot and Japanese restaurant Umi Uma, you will have to pay for your meals just as you do when dining out. Passengers can also refresh during coffee or teatime at the Lobby Café.
Destinations: Kuala Lumpur, Penang Or Phuket
From October 2023 to April 2024, there are two- to three-night cruises that have stopovers at Port Klang, Penang in Malaysia and Phuket in Thailand.
For instance, the Port Klang – Penang itinerary has passengers aboard the Genting Dream cruise from Singapore at 7pm on a Sunday for a three-night journey. The cruise will then stop at Port Klang in Kuala Lumpur on the following Monday morning at 8am till 4pm. You can disembark here and spend a day at Kuala Lumpur city and return to the ship before 4pm.
On the next Tuesday morning, the ship will arrive in Penang at 7am till 4pm. You can once again get off the cruise to explore the city of Penang.
The Phuket three-night cruise takes passengers to Phuket similarly, whereby passengers can drop off the cruise for a few hours and visit places in Phuket island.
Day Trip Land Tour Packages During The Cruise
Travellers will have the option to sign up for short-and-sweet tour packages with Genting Dream cruise for your travels in Penang and Phuket. Otherwise, you could also travel free and easy by yourself.
If you’re travelling in a bigger group with elderlies and young children, it might make more sense to sign up for a land tour package with the cruise ship. This way, you don’t have to do too much pre-planning when it comes to arranging transportation and itinerary in a place you might not be familiar with. Plus, some tours come with transfer vans that are more comfortable for larger groups with elderly and you get to have your privacy.
Alternatively, if you’re traveling solo, as a couple or in a smaller group, you can be more impromptu with your planning. It also depends on how familiar you’re with the destination. If you feel confident about going around the city and you want to have more flexibility in planning your trip, you may use e-hailing apps to book a ride to the place you want to visit. As the itinerary would be entirely up to you, you can have more control on the place to visit, things to do and the costs.
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Genting Dream Cruise Balcony Deluxe Stateroom Review (With Deluxe Shower)
Genting dream balcony deluxe stateroom review (with deluxe shower).
The Balcony Deluxe Stateroom on Resorts World Cruises’ Genting Dream is the highest class of balcony accommodation available on board, but before the Palace suites. For this trip, I had the privilege to try out the Balcony Deluxe Stateroom which includes a deluxe shower.
The corridor along the Genting Dream for the staterooms. Most balcony staterooms are located between Decks 9 to 13.
My room is at 9152.
Insert the stateroom card into the slot by the door to activate the power supply.
Genting Dream Balcony Deluxe Stateroom
The interior of the Balcony Deluxe Stateroom on board Genting Dream. Genting Dream’s Balcony Deluxe Staterooms are at least 22 square meters big laid out elongated from the corridor to the balcony.
The Queen-sized bed in the room is convertible to form a twin bed. This is done by shifting the sofa-size bed towards the bulkhead and changing the side table to be placed between each single bed.
The sofa doubles up as a third single bed for triple-sharing. Some Balcony Deluxe Staterooms also have drop-down Pullman beds for quad-sharing.
The television plays the safety video on repeat when I first walked in to the cabin.
The TV remote is placed by the bed side.
1 UK 3-pin power socket and 2 USB power sockets are available on each side of the Queen-sized bed.
A wardrobe is located on the other size of the Queen-sized bed.
An in-room safe is available inside the wardrobe, along with extra bedding for the sofa bed.
Bathrobes are also placed inside the wardrobe.
Sufficient hangers are available inside the wardrobe for a long cruise.
There is a table across from the sofa where most room amenities are.
A UK 3-pin power socket and a New Zealand 3-flat-pin (in a V-shape and grounding pin) are available on the table.
Coffee and tea making facilities are provided, along with 2 bottles of mineral water. Additional bottles of mineral water are chargeable, but remember that the tap water in the cabin is drinkable, so just refill it from there.
Lists of TV channels, restaurants, and in-room dining are placed on the table.
A minibar is provided below the table.
A seat is also available below the table, along with a rubbish bin and hair dryer.
The balcony consists of two seats with a side table. Smoking is permitted on the balcony , but remember to close the doors.
Note that the cabin air-conditioning automatically switches off when you open the balcony door. You have to switch the aircon back on again after you return to the cabin from the balcony.
Balcony Deluxe Stateroom Toilet and Shower
The attached toilet in the Balcony Deluxe Stateroom is very spacious.
The toilet bowl is placed on the side, offering good space all around.
A double sink is provided in the Balcony Deluxe Stateroom toilet.
Toothbrush kits are provided by default, with additional amenities such as combs, shavers, shower caps, and sewing kits available by calling housekeeping.
Generic 3-in-1 soap and glasses are provided at the side of the double sink.
The deluxe shower provided in the Balcony Deluxe Stateroom is about 2.5 times bigger than the regular Balcony Stateroom.
A deluxe standing shower set is mounted in the Balcony Deluxe Stateroom shower with a bigger shower head from above and 6 nozzles spraying water straight out from the wall. 5 combination of sprays are available.
As I was on board Genting Dream’s first cruise to Phuket under Resorts World Cruises, I was presented with souvenirs from Resorts World Cruises and Tourism Authority of Thailand Singapore Office.
A tote bag, folder, and some information brochures were given by Resorts World Cruises.
A foldable umbrella, foldable tote bag, towel, and luggage tag are given by Tourism Authority of Thailand Singapore Office.
The Balcony Deluxe Stateroom on Genting Dream is sufficiently spacious with fresh air from the sea while sailing to a destination – a refreshing change to the new new normal as compared with my previous cruises in 2021 to nowhere on board World Dream during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This cruise was kindly sponsored by Resorts World Cruises.
Genting Dream Cruise
- Boarding at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore
- Embarkation Day F&B and Shore Excursions Bookings
- Balcony Deluxe Stateroom Review (With Deluxe Shower)
- All-Inclusive Restaurants (Free of Charge) • The Lido & Dream Dining Rooms
- Halal-Friendly Features • OIC/SMIIC Halal Standard
- Wi-Fi Prices & How To Use
- Ship Facilities & Activities
- The Palace Exclusive Facilities
- Palace Restaurant
- Palace BBQ Dinner
- Bistro by Reinhard Mammes Palace Set Menu
- Bistro by Reinhard Mammes À La Carte Menu
- Blue Lagoon
- Silk Road Palace Set Menu
- Umi Uma Teppanyaki Palace Set Menu
- Captain’s Bridge Tour
- Helipad Experience
Genting Dream Cruise Shore Excursions
- Port Klang Shore Excursion to Kuala Lumpur • Explore Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves & Klang Bespoke Journey
- Penang Shore Excursion • Panoramic View of Penang Bespoke Journey
- Phuket Shore Excursion • Phuket Taste & Culture Tour
- Surabaya Transfer Service B to Tunjungan Plaza
- North Bali (Celukan Bawang) Shore Excursion • Best of North Bali
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【Genting Dream Destination Cruise Complete Guide】
You guys must have a lot of questions about the Genting Dream Cruise right? Where to get on board? What do I need to prepare? Anything fun? Admin has compiled a guide here to answer your doubts 🤣Everything You Need To Know About The New Resorts World Cruises. Hope can answer your doubt ❤
Genting Dream is a luxury cruise ship 🛳 that can carry 3300 passengers! 🤯 The rooms are not only spacious but also have many choices! Room options include interior stateroom, Oceanview stateroom, balcony room, balcony deluxe room, palace suite and more! 👑
Genting Dream Destination Cruise
- Deck 5 to Deck 8 — Entertainment facilities, restaurants, bars, lobby, etc.
- Deck 9 to Deck 13 — Rooms
- Deck 15 to Deck 19 — Western Spa, Fitness Centre, Water Activities, Restaurant, Ropes Course, Mini-Golf, Rock Climbing Wall, etc.
- Palace Deluxe Suite
From 41 sq.m | Max Occupancy 4 | Deck 15
1 Queen-size Bed + 1 Double Sofa Bed
- Palace Suite
From 37 sq.m | Max Occupancy 4 | Deck 13/15/16/17
- Balcony Stateroom
From 20 sq.m |Max Occupancy 3 – 4| Deck 8/9/10/11/12/13/15
1 Queen-size Bed +1 Single Sofa Bed/ 1 Single Sofa Bed +1 Ceiling Pullman Bed
- Oceanview Stateroom
From 16 sq.m | Max Occupancy 2 – 4 | Deck 5/9/10/11/12/13
2 Single Beds/ 2 Single Beds + 1 Single Sofa Bed/ 2 Single Beds + 1 Single/ Sofa Bed + 1 Ceiling Pullman Bed
From 13 sq.m | Max Occupancy 2 – 4^ | Deck 5/8/9/10/11/12/13/15
2 Single Beds/ 2 Single Beds + 1 Ceiling Pullman Bed/ 1 Single Bed +1 Pullman Bed + 1 Double Sofa Bed
Entertainment on board
Explore the exciting restaurants, bars and cafes offering dishes and drinks you know and love plus many you’ve yet to discover. Then take your pick from our world-class theatre shows, parties, performances, classes and facilities - there’s something going on somewhere, all day.
📌Location: Deck 17 Afterdeck
🕐Operating Hours: 09:00 - 13:00 | 15:00 - 19:00
Rock Climbing Wall, Ropes Course & Zip Line
📌Location: Deck 18 Afterdeck
🕐Operating Hours: 09:00 - 12:30 | 15:00 - 18:30
Swimming Pool & Jacuzzi
📌Location: Deck 16 Middle
🕐Operating Hours: 08:00 - 22:00
📌Location: Deck 19 Afterdeck
🕐Operating Hours: 09:00 - 18:00
Open Play (Mini Golf, Table Tennis, Gaint Chess)
🕐Operating Hours: 09:00 - 20:00
Little Dreamers Club
🕐Operating Hours: 09:00 - 11:30|14:00 - 18:00|19:00 - 23:30
Arcade* *Charges apply
📌Location: Deck 16 Forward
🕐Operating Hours: 11:00 - 01:00
Zouk & Zouk Beach Club* *Charges apply
🕐Operating Hours: 10:00 - 01:00
Foam Party: 16:30 - 18:00 ^Pre-registration is required.
*Operating hours are subject to the RW Daily
Genting Dream Casino
**All operating hours still need to refer back to the [RW DAILY] that you get on the day. **
Genting Dreams Complimentary Restaurant
The Lido - International and Halal Cuisine
📌Location: Deck 16 Afterdeck
🕐Operating Hours: Breakfast 06:30 - 10:00| Lunch 11:30 - 14:00| Dinner 18:00 - 21:30
The Lido Outdoor Snacks Corner
Dream Dining Room Upper - Chinese Set Menu
📌Location: Deck 8 Afterdeck
🕐Operating Hours: Breakfast 06:30 - 10:00| Lunch 11:30 - 14:00| Dinner 17:30 - 21:00
Dream Dining Room Lower
📌Location: Deck 7 Afterdeck
Breakfast 06:30 - 10:00 (International Buffet)
Lunch 11:30 - 14:00 (Western Semi Buffet)
Dinner 17:30 - 21:00 (Chinese Set Menu)
Other Restaurants onboard Genting Dream
Genting Dream Cruise Q&A
1. Is a Port Charge mandatory?
Yes. Port Charge is based on headcount.
3D2N RM250 per pax| 4D3N RM280 per pax | 6D5N RM420 per pax
2. Do I need to bring my Passport?
Yes. This cruise will be sailing to Singapore. A passport is still required even if you don't get off the ship. The passport must be valid for at least 6 months.
3. Can I go if I am not a Malaysian?
The following conditions must be met:
- Have a working permit OR
- Have a study permit OR
- Possess MM2H visa OR
- Multiple Entry Visa
4. What currency is used on board?
Singapore Dollar (SGD) is used for purchases on board. The cruise only accepts [CASH - SGD] and [CREDIT CARD]; The cruise also has [money exchange service]. Admin suggests you change the [SGD Singapore Dollar] in Malaysia before boarding the ship. Because the exchange rate on board is 1SGD=RM3.25.
5. Where to board?
Boarding at Port Klang Cruise Terminal (PKCT).
6. Is there a parking lot at Port Klang?
Yes, RM20 per day. But park at your own risk.
7. What are the general procedures for boarding the cruise?
Check-in luggage* 🧳 (Optional)> Get your boarding card> Security check> Cruise staff will collect your passport> Boarding
*If your luggage is larger than 55cmx25cmx40cm, the staff will ask you to check in the luggage before your boarding.
8. Do I need to do a RTK Test?
No, from 29 Aug 2022 sailing, guests embarking on the Genting Dream will no longer be required a pre-cruise RTK Test for COVID-19. Passengers above the age of 12 will still need to be fully vaccinated before boarding the cruise.
9. What if tested COVID-19 positive? Can refund me or not？
No, you can only postpone it to the next date.
10. Is there WiFi available aboard this cruise?
There are plenty of WiFi Packages available for purchase aboard the cruise.
11. How to check in?
Guest must visit www.rwcruises.com under the Manage My Cruise section for mandatory Online Check-In, The Online check-in for the cruise will be available 72 hours prior to sailing and closes 24 hours before sailing. If you have any questions, you can arrive on the boat early and ask the staff to help you with the check-in process.
12. What is the purpose of the boarding card?
The boarding card is very important! You need to carry this card with you! The boarding card is the same as your room card and credit card. If you enter all the restaurants or have extra spending, you will use this card. The day before you leave the cruise, you can go to the reception counter on the 6th floor to pay for all your purchases on the ship and get your passport back.
13. Can I bring alcohol or drinks?
You can't bring alcohol on board (because you will go through customs, and customs will fine you.) Admin was not sure about drinks. But Mineral water is allowed.
14. Is the food free of charge?
There are 3 complimentary restaurants to choose from (Chinese, Western, and International Buffet), the other restaurants need to be paid for (Japanese, hotpot, Western. Bar, etc.).
15. Any entertainment facilities are free of charge?
Entertainment facilities include Waterslide Park, Swimming Pools, Jacuzzi, Rope Course & Zipline, Mini Golf, Table Tennis, Rock climbing, and Zodiac Theatre are FOC** Other entertainment facilities require payment.
16. How do I know all the programme itineraries on board?
Each room will have an itinerary, if you want a Chinese version you can ask for it at the counter in the lobby on the 6th floor.
17. Do I need to wear a swimsuit to play water facilities?
Yes. If you don't wear a swimsuit, the staff will prohibit you from playing in the water facilities.
18. Can I get off the cruise in Singapore/ Penang?
Yes, there will be 8 hours free & easy time.
19. Do I have to give a Gratuity Fee (tips) when check-out?
Yes, there will be 8 hours of free time. *Final notice is subject to the day. 【Gratuity Fee】is a fancy-sounding term that cruise lines use for tips. Just like in restaurants and hotels, guests on many cruises are generally expected to leave tips for certain cruise staff members serving them.
20. Where can I buy this package?
You can buy this package from Travelog's official website.
Genting Dream Cruise currently have 3 packages for you to choose from!
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📅Departure date: Every Thursday
⏰Departure/Arrival time: Departure 08:00p.m. | Arrival 08:00a.m.
⛴️Sailing Location: Port Klang > Singapore > Port Klang
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📅 Date: Every Saturday
⏰Departure/Arrival time: Departure 11:30a.m. | Arrival 08:00a.m.
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📅Date: Every Monday
⏰Departure/Arrival time: Departure 04:00p.m. | Arrival 10:00a.m.
⛴️Sailing Location: Port Klang > Penang > Singapore > Port Klang
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The Genting Dream was built in 2016 and is among Dream Cruises’s 3 ships in its fleet. The Genting Dream is included in the cruise line’s null Class. In the cruise ship stats below, you’ll find the Genting Dream vs all of the other Dream Cruises ships.
Genting Dream Size
How big is the Genting Dream? Below, you’ll find all of the relevant cruise ship stats, specs and dimensions for the Genting Dream. Included in these statistics are passenger capacity, length, year built, year renovated, cost to build, gross tonnage, engine info, number of rooms, deck counts and more!
Genting Dream Capacity
Passenger Capacity refers to the total number of people that the Genting Dream can accommodate. Of course, there are also crew members on board. Below, find the total onboard capacity, including staff and cruise guests.
Dream Cruises Avg: 3,208 guests
Genting Dream Passenger Capacity: The passenger capacity for the Genting Dream is 3,348 guests . The average capacity for the 3 active ships in Dream Cruises’s fleet is 3,208 passengers. The passenger capacity range for all Dream Cruises ships has a minimum of 2,900 guests and a maximum of 3,376 passengers.
Dream Cruises Avg: 1,666 staff
Genting Dream Crew Members: Staff on the Genting Dream include 1,700 crew members. That’s a guest to staff ratio of 2.0 to 1. The average Dream Cruises ship includes 1,666 employees and has a passenger to staff ratio of 1.9 to 1.
Genting Dream Passenger Capacity and Crew
vs Dream Cruises Fleet
Genting Dream Length
How long is the Genting Dream? From end to end, the Genting Dream length equals 1100 feet (336 meters). Compare that to the average ship length of all 3 active vessels in Dream Cruises’s fleet, measuring 1027 feet (314 meters).
Dream Cruises Avg: 1,027 feet
The smallest Dream Cruises ship (in terms of length) measures 881 feet (269 meters) from end to end. The longest vessel spans 1100 feet (336 meters).
Our chart below shows the length of the Genting Dream vs all other active Dream Cruises ships.
Genting Dream Ship Length
vs all Dream Cruises Ships
Genting Dream Built Date
When was the Genting Dream Built? The Genting Dream was built in 2016 and joined the cruise line’s null Class.
Dream Cruises includes 3 active ships. The oldest in the fleet was built in 2016. The average Dream Cruises ship is 5 years old and the median build date for all active ships is 2019
Dream Cruises Avg: 2007
When was the last Genting Dream Dry Dock? The Genting Dream has not experienced dry dock improvements yet.
Genting dream info, frequently asked questions, what is the genting dream ship class.
The ship belongs to the Dream Cruises class of ships known as the null class.
What is the Genting Dream capacity?
We're often asked how many passengers are on the Genting Dream. The ship's capacity is 3,348. When comparing the occupancy to the average Dream Cruises passenger capacity, you'll find that the average ship in the fleet holds 3,208 guests. Feel free to look at our graph above to see where this ship falls in line with all other live Dream Cruises ships.
How old is the Genting Dream?
The Genting Dream was built in 2016. Dream Cruises includes 3 active ships. The oldest in the fleet was built in 2016. The average Dream Cruises ship is 5 years old and the median build date for all active ships is 2018
Is the Genting Dream a good ship?
Each of Dream Cruises's ships offers a unique layout with features and activities catered to all. Whether the Genting Dream is right for you will depend on your individual preferences. Do you prefer a larger or smaller ship with many or fewer guests? Are you hoping for many family activities or entertainment options for an older clientele. Our deck maps layout and activities list provide a helpful guide to what you'll find on board. Feel free to explore the see if this ship is suited towards your preferences.
How long is the Genting Dream?
From end to end, the Spectrum of the Seas length equals 1,100 feet (336 meters). Compare that to the average ship length of all 3 active vessels in Dream Cruises fleet, measuring 1,027 feet (314 meters). Please see our size comparison chart above to see how this ship falls in line with all other active ships in the fleet.
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