Exclusive first look at Explorer Dream ahead of Australia and NZ deployment

Following the recent announcement of rates and itineraries for the newest member of their fleet, Dream Cruises has released brand new details and rendered images of the soon-to-be refurbished Explorer Dream.

The 75,338-tonne luxury ship will have capacity to carry 1852 passengers in a total of 926 staterooms. There will be seven cabin categories ranging from affordable Interior Staterooms through to the decadent Palace Villas. For those seeking something in between, Balcony Staterooms will appeal, as will the fifty luxurious Palace Suites which come with exclusive benefits such as wi-fi, premium beverage package, specialty dining and bespoke 24-hour butler service.

The former Superstar Virgo will retain her luxe charm, paired with newly enhanced opulent interiors and a grand piazza-style lobby. Staterooms will be rejuvenated with sophisticated contemporary décor and eye-catching artwork.

Foodies will be well-catered to with Dream Cruises’ range of bar and dining concepts on board, including Umi Uma sushi and teppanyaki restaurant, Palm Court, Mozzarella Ristorante & Pizzeria plus a gelateria and “cake corner” for those with a sweet tooth.

Catering to families and multi-gen cruisers, there will be a kids’ club for “Little Dreamers”.

These facilities and more are sure to appeal to the Australia and New Zealand market, where there has already been a strong response to the itineraries on offer.

Seven-night cruises from Sydney and Auckland are now available, with special rates from $972 per person twin share.

For further information visit https://www.dreamcruiseline.com/en/plan-your-holiday/our-ships/explorer-dream/ or contact Dream Cruises on 02 9212 6288.

SOURCE: Dream Cruises


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