Explorer Dream to resume cruises in Taiwan on Dec. 31
12/24/2021|11:00:33 AM|Cruise Industry News

Dream Cruises has announced the restart of cruises in Taiwan with the Explorer Dream resuming operations beginning on Friday, Dec. 31.

According to a press release, the Explorer Dream will welcome passengers onboard for two- and three-night Super Seacations from Keelung to domestic destinations including Hualien, Anping and Kaoshiung.

“Dream Cruises is delighted to announce the restart of cruises in Taiwan on Dec. 31 to provide the island’s residents with the opportunity to embark on a Super Seacation and enjoy the feeling of traveling again,” said the President of Genting Cruise Lines, Kent Zhu.

Comprehensive enhanced health and hygiene procedures and guidelines will be implemented onboard, ensuring that the ship complies with all regulations stipulated by the Taiwan authorities. All guests will be required to be fully vaccinated with a government-approved COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days before their cruise departure date (some age restrictions apply) and all guests, regardless of age, will have to present a negative PCR COVID-19 test result conducted within 48 hours prior to departure at the cruise terminal on their departure date.

During the initial restart period for the Explorer Dream, the ship capacity will also be reduced providing space for social distancing during cruises. It will also be mandatory for all guests to download the Taiwan Social Distance App and to turn on their Bluetooth at the cruise terminal and on the ship.

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