SINGAPORE, 11 January 2022: Dream Cruises confirms its World
Dream cruise ship is the first to receive the SG SafeEvent Certification
launched by the Singapore Association of Convention and Exhibition Organisers
and Suppliers (SACEOS).

The certification ensures hygiene benchmarks and
safe-distancing best practices are upheld at business events and deliver MICE
event solutions that adhere to STB’s CruiseSafe guidelines.

“We have re-imagined MICE At Sea cruises in
anticipation of regional cruise resumption to welcome international fly-cruise
MICE event delegates to Singapore onboard World Dream once again,” said
Dream Cruises president Michael Goh.

To support MICE At Sea Dream Cruises adopts the following guidelines:      

Full vaccination for all passengers and ship crew;
Same day COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Testing for guests;
Staggered cruise embarkation/disembarkation times;
Deployment of safe distancing and crowd control Cruise Ambassadors and dedicated Hotel Event team during events;
Contactless contact tracing technology such as TraceTogether Token / App, Tracey Tokens, Cabin Key Cards and CCTV surveillance records;
100% fresh air ventilation in each cabin and public areas with no re-circulation of air;
A well-equipped 24-hour medical centre with Covid-19 testing capability, two doctors including an infection control officer, isolation wards and quarantine cabins;
Increased frequency of sanitation at high-touch points using hospital-grade disinfectants.

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