The news follows a warning last week that it could face potential cross-defaults on financing arrangements worth $2.8 billion as a result of the insolvency of its German subsidiary, MV Werften.
Resorts World Las Vegas, the first ground-up resort development on the Las Vegas Strip in more than a decade, will open today. The property has been developed by Malaysian casino operator Genting.
Genting Cruise Lines has taken the unusual step of beginning a recruitment drive among local Singaporean workers. The move comes Dream Cruises’ World Dream prepares to sail next month.
Singapore is one of the first countries in the world to develop and implement a mandatory audit and certification programme for cruise lines before they can commence sailings.
Explorer Dream is set to operate two- and three-night Taiwan Island-Hopping itineraries from July 26th, departing from Keelung and calling at Penghu, Matzu and Kinmen islands.
Genting Cruise Lines has completed evaluation checks by the Singapore government for SuperStar Gemini and SuperStar Aquarius to provide temporary accommodation for workers who have recovered from Covid-19.
Genting Hong Kong has raised US$900 million through the sale and leaseback of one of Dream Cruises’ ships – the 2016-built, 150,000-gross-ton Genting Dream.
Production of Dream Cruises’ second Global Class ship commenced at MV Werften in Rostock-Warnemünde earlier, almost exactly a year after the keel laying of the flagship of the series.
Genting Cruise Lines has officially announced the name of its first 208,000-gross-ton Global Class ship at IBTM China. Building on the successful debuts of Genting Dream, World Dream and Explorer Dream, the Global Class vessel, Global Dream, will enter into service in early 2021.
Genting Hong Kong has announced the appointment of Michael Goh to the role of president with Dream Cruises. He will also assume the position of head of international sales for Genting Cruise Lines.
Genting Cruise Lines has unveiled the new artwork that will adorn the hull of its latest ship, the 75,338-gross-ton, 1,870 passenger Explorer Dream.
Genting will livestream the ceremony via the Dream Cruises Facebook Page and Weibo in China, inviting viewers from around the world to celebrate alongside VIP guests in attendance.