Dream Cruises Brings the 2 Millionth Passenger to Kai Tak Cruise Terminal
Dream Cruises, “Asia’s Global Cruise Line” and the only International cruise company that has year-round homeport deployments at Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, welcomed the arrival of the 2 millionth passenger – Ms. Mu from Taiwan on September 23.
Ms. Mu arrived in Hong Kong on Sunday (September 23) morning upon completion of her fly-cruise holiday on World Dream, along with her daughter and grandson.
Since 2016, Dream Cruises has been based in Hong Kong with homeport deployments of two megaships respectively – Genting Dream which debuted in November 2016, as well as her sister ship World Dream, which debuted in November 2017 as the first cruise ship to be christened in Hong Kong.
With Dream Cruises’ arrival in the Pearl River Delta almost two years ago, she has delivered close to 600,000 international passenger trips from across the region.
In 2018, Hong Kong is ranked 4th with the number of cruise calls in Asia. In 2017 the passenger throughput of Kai Tak Cruise Terminal doubled to 780,000. It is projected that the number of ship calls and cruise passenger throughput in Hong Kong as a whole would range from 181 to 258 and from 564,102 to 1,041,031 respectively by 2023.