Since the end of July, some 20,000 people have taken “cruises to nowhere” aboard the Genting Dream (pictured). Photo: Martin Chan Since the end of July, some 20,000 people have taken “cruises to nowhere” aboard the Genting Dream (pictured). Photo: Martin Chan
Since the end of July, some 20,000 people have taken “cruises to nowhere” aboard the Genting Dream (pictured). Photo: Martin Chan
Tourism

Operator of Hong Kong’s ‘cruises to nowhere’ to lobby for higher on-board capacity after overwhelming response

  • The president of Genting Cruise Lines, currently the only operator for such trips, says 20,000 people have taken part in the cruises since the end of July
  • Currently the voyages are required to run at half capacity, among other pandemic-control measures

Topic |   Tourism
Since the end of July, some 20,000 people have taken “cruises to nowhere” aboard the Genting Dream (pictured). Photo: Martin Chan Since the end of July, some 20,000 people have taken “cruises to nowhere” aboard the Genting Dream (pictured). Photo: Martin Chan
Since the end of July, some 20,000 people have taken “cruises to nowhere” aboard the Genting Dream (pictured). Photo: Martin Chan
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