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The World Dream at a Meyer Werft facility before being handed over to Dream Cruises
|Owner:||(GHK) Genting Hong Kong Ltd|
|Port of registry:||Nassau, Bahamas|
|Ordered:||10 February 2014 |
|Cost:||960 Mio. $|
|Laid down:||29 July 2015|
|Launched:||26 August 2017|
|Maiden voyage:||19 November 2017|
|Type:||Breakaway Class Cruise ship|
|Length:||335.2 m (1,099 ft 9 in)|
|Draft:||8.622 m (28 ft)|
|Depth:||11.417 m (37 ft)|
|Speed:||24 kn / 44 km/h / 28 mph|
World Dream is a cruise ship that is in service for Dream Cruises. It was previously ordered as World Dream for Star Cruises. The ship is designed for the Asian cruise market and has a large number of restaurants and a casino along with specially designed cabins. It was christened on 17 November 2017 by Puan Sri Cecilia Lim who was named the God Mother of the "World Dream".
The length of “World Dream” is 335.35 meter and its width is 39.7 meter. The size is 151,300 GT, and the top speed is over 23 knots.
On 16 November 2017, Dream Cruises created an 8.44m model of the "World Dream" out of LEGO. It is currently the largest cruise ship made out of LEGO and is on display at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in Hong Kong.
World Dream was ordered in February, 2014 for Star Cruises. The construction begun on September 2016.
World Dream entered service for Dream Cruises in November 2017.
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