Dream Cruises sets world record with scale replica of World Dream

In celebration of the arrival of World Dream, Asian luxury cruise line Dream Cruises has unveiled the largest scale replica of the newest mega ship to sail in Asia. The unveiling of the World Dream ship model also served as the kick-off for the festivities surrounding World Dream’s inaugural and christening in Hong Kong.

“It is with great excitement with which we anticipate the inaugural launch of World Dream and make history as the first-ever cruise ship to be christened in Hong Kong. Today we celebrate the first milestone achieved by World Dream – the successful breaking of a Guinness World Record, an honour that we share with cruise enthusiasts from around the world who joined us as we turned this dream into reality.” – Mr. Kent Zhu, President of Genting Cruise Lines

Mr Kent Zhu, President of Genting Cruise Lines and Mr Loui Lim, VP Brand Strategy, Marketing & Communications of Genting Hong Kong receive the Guinness World Records certificate from the official Guinness World Records adjudicator, Mr Louis Jelinek

After two months of relentless effort, the giant ship model was officially unveiled at Kai Tak Cruise Terminal. Constructed from over 2.5 million LEGO blocks, the ship model weighs over 2,800kg, measures 8.44m in length, 1.33m in width, and 1.53m in height.

The creation of the world’s largest LEGO cruise ship model is part of Dream Cruises’ #TogetherWeBuildDreams campaign and will be on public display at Hall B, 2/F of Kai Tak Cruise Terminal.

World Dream is the second vessel of Dream Cruises’ purpose-built ships to cater to the Asian market. The Asian luxury cruise line offers guests a luxury experience in its Dream Palace class. To learn more about the all-inclusive luxury concept onboard Genting Dream and World Dream visit “Dream Palace, the all-inclusive luxury cruise concept onboard Dream Cruises


Pictures courtesy of Dream Cruises

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