The Genting Dream cruise ship returns to Kai Tak Cruise Terminal with 1,070 passengers aboard having sailed the high seas for three days and two nights without stopping. Photo: Nora Tam The Genting Dream cruise ship returns to Kai Tak Cruise Terminal with 1,070 passengers aboard having sailed the high seas for three days and two nights without stopping. Photo: Nora Tam
The Genting Dream cruise ship returns to Kai Tak Cruise Terminal with 1,070 passengers aboard having sailed the high seas for three days and two nights without stopping. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong’s ‘cruise to nowhere’ proves a hit with expats stranded by coronavirus travel restrictions

  • Cruise operator Genting Hong Kong is tapping a brand new market of expats craving a short break but deterred from international travel by the city’s stringent quarantine measures
  • Having cracked the market, Genting hopes to capitalise in the future with themed ‘cruises to nowhere’

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The Genting Dream cruise ship returns to Kai Tak Cruise Terminal with 1,070 passengers aboard having sailed the high seas for three days and two nights without stopping. Photo: Nora Tam The Genting Dream cruise ship returns to Kai Tak Cruise Terminal with 1,070 passengers aboard having sailed the high seas for three days and two nights without stopping. Photo: Nora Tam
The Genting Dream cruise ship returns to Kai Tak Cruise Terminal with 1,070 passengers aboard having sailed the high seas for three days and two nights without stopping. Photo: Nora Tam
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