MANILA, Philippines — Over 2,600 passengers arrived on Tuesday morning at Pier 15 of the Manila South Harbor aboard the luxury ship of Dream Cruises luxury ship, MS World Dream.
Built only in 2016 by Meyer Werft in Germany, World Dream will grace Philippine shores from November 21, 2017 to March 28, 2018.
With its home port in Hong Kong, the World Dream is designed for the luxury Asian cruise market and will include Manila and Boracay among its port calls.
After the Manila call, World Dream will visit Boracay before returning to Hong Kong
Ceremonial toast for the inaugural call of World Dream led by DOT Assistant Secretary Daniel Mercado (fourth from left) and World Dream President Thatcher Brown (fifth).
Dream Cruises President Thatcher Brown and DOT Asec Daniel Mercado discusses the growing tourism industry in the country.
Dream Cruises President Thatcher Brown and DOT Asec Daniel Mercado.
Exchange of memento between the Department of Tourism represented by Asec Daniel Mercado and Dream Cruises President Thatcher Brown.
“It’s our goal to continue to support the tourism industry in the Philippines across the region.” – Dream Cruises President Thatcher Brown
L-R Dream Cruises President Thatcher Brown (second from left), DOT Asec Daniel Mercado, and Star Cruises Asst VP for Sales Andrea Solis Manzano answer questions from the media.
“World Dream’s call on the Philippines is another milestone in the country’s cruise tourism industry.” – DOT Asec Daniel Mercado
Luxury cruise liner World Dream’s inaugural debut at Pier 15 of the Manila South Harbor.