The Genting Dream will depart Hong Kong at 9pm on Friday for the city’s first-ever ‘cruise to nowhere’. Photo: Martin Chan The Genting Dream will depart Hong Kong at 9pm on Friday for the city’s first-ever ‘cruise to nowhere’. Photo: Martin Chan
The Genting Dream will depart Hong Kong at 9pm on Friday for the city’s first-ever ‘cruise to nowhere’. Photo: Martin Chan

Coronavirus Hong Kong: first-ever ‘cruise to nowhere’ sets sail on Friday night amid hopes of ‘normality’

  • The Genting Dream departed at 9pm with 1,070 passengers aboard, and will stay at sea for three days without stopping at ports of call
  • At a ceremony, commerce minister Edward Yau Tang-wah called the inaugural voyage ‘a step forward in bringing back normality’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The Genting Dream will depart Hong Kong at 9pm on Friday for the city’s first-ever ‘cruise to nowhere’. Photo: Martin Chan The Genting Dream will depart Hong Kong at 9pm on Friday for the city’s first-ever ‘cruise to nowhere’. Photo: Martin Chan
The Genting Dream will depart Hong Kong at 9pm on Friday for the city’s first-ever ‘cruise to nowhere’. Photo: Martin Chan
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