Norwegian Dream Update

Since lingering in Greece and reportedly having been tied up in legal matters, the Norwegian Dream has moved to Asia.

The ship was heading east in April, and docked at Sembawang Shipyard before being anchored off Singapore. Port officials confirmed to Cruise Industry News that the ship was anchored there, but had no plans to berth.

Despite rumors of a sale, charter, or the possibility operating for Star Cruises, the Norwegian Dream continues to be a question mark.

In a statement prepared for Cruise Industry News, Genting Hong Kong (which owns Star Cruises, the owner of the ship) said: “We can confirm that Norwegian Dream was docked at Sembawang Shipyard for technical dry-dock last month.”

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