Previously known as ‘Explorer Dream’ under Dream Cruises and ‘Super Star Virgo’ before that, Resorts World Cruises has re-introduced this popular ship under the name ‘Resorts World One’.
Built in 1999, the 75,338 Gross Tonnage ship can accommodate 1,856 passengers in a range of cabin categories including the Palace Suites, an exclusive yacht like experience within the ship offering special guests privileges, including priority access and European butler service.
Resorts World One underwent a US$ 30 million upgrade in 2019 before moving to Dream Cruises. Step onboard and experience the ultimate cruising adventure! Feast on award-winning cuisines and immerse yourself in a range of entertainment and experiences on-board.
Resorts World One will replace Genting Dream on its two- and three-night cruises from February 17 to March 1 as Genting Dream goes into drydock for routine maintenance. She will then reposition to Hong Kong via a five-night cruise from Singapore on March 3, both calling at Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang. From Hong Kong, Resorts World One will offer 2 and 3 night cruises on the high seas.