Prices on the Genting Dream cruise ship have been updated for 2020 following the refinancing deal and dry-dock new valve installation.
Genting Dream, which is owned by Genting Hong Kong and operated under the firms cruise line brand Dream Cruises, is one of the largest floating casino cruise ships in the world at over 335 metres long.
The award winning cruise ship from the Malaysian Genting Group was built by German shipyard Meyer Werft and features a three floor casino gaming area with slot machines and table games throughout.
It has recently been involved in a refinancing deal worth an estimated 800 million Euro. The deal reportedly allows for a longer repayment period and the company can focus on the 2020 itineraries from now until the end of the year.
The Genting Group is a publicly traded company with headquarters in Malaysia. The global organisation operates a number of casino establishments and integrated resorts in the UK, USA and beyond.
Genting Dream, the Bahamas registered cruise ship contains a number of casino areas that are accessible from most sections of the ship, offering games including roulette, blackjack, poker, baccarat, pai gow and sic bo.
Prices are available from around 220 euro per person and the ship offers cruises from as short as 2 nights with a tiered pricing structure for ocean-view rooms and luxury balcony accommodation.
Guests on the luxury cruise ship can wager on slots from 0.25 euro and play table games from 10 euro.