Planners and groups can now begin hosting events back on Singapore's
high seas, following Dream Cruises' announcement that the World Dream
has received the SG SafeEvent Certification by SACEOS (Singapore
Association of Convention and Exhibition Organisers and Suppliers).
Launched since June 2021, the SACEOS certification ensures hygiene
benchmarks and best safe-distancing practices are upheld at business
events in Singapore.
This is on top of adherence to Singapore Tourism Board's prevailing
CruiseSafe guidelines, which enabled World Dream to restart sailings
since November 2020.
These protocols include:
— Full vaccination for all passengers and ship crew
— Same day Covid-19 Antigen Rapid Testing for guests
— Staggered cruise embarkation / disembarkation times
— Deployment of safe distancing and crowd control Cruise Ambassadors and dedicated Event team
Contactless contact tracing technology such as TraceTogether Token /
App, Tracey Tokens, Cabin Key Cards and CCTV surveillance records
— 100% fresh air ventilation in each cabin and public areas with no re-circulation of air
A well-equipped 24-hour Medical Centre with COVID-19 testing
capability, two doctors including an Infection Control Officer,
Isolation wards & Quarantine cabins
— Increased frequency of sanitation at high-touch points using hospital grade disinfectants
Meeting venues include two conventional executive boardrooms, indoor
Tributes which hosts up to maximum 61 pax; sea-facing Function 8 hosting
up to maximum 75 pax; or the cosy Vintage room taking up to maximum 10
pax. Larger groups can opt for the Zodiac Theatre hosting up to 250, or
do a dinner gala for up to 301 guests at the lower Dream Dining Room.
Venues are equipped for today's hybrid demands, such as
high-definition screens, live streaming facilities, and simultaneous
For something different, the 680sqm alfresco Zouk Beach Club could be
turned into an event under the stars, from movie nights to
Accommodations, Asian & international cuisines, entertainment
shows and a host of activities great for teambuilding exercises are all
included in the price of the cruise fare.
In the media release, Michael Goh, President of Dream Cruises also
highlighted the October 2021 SME Learning Cruise organised by Shin Min
Daily News, Bosses Network and Dream Cruises, which was the largest
event at sea since the cruise's resumption.
Said Goh, "This milestone event was a good example of how effective our guidelines are for safeguarding our passengers.
"As we pivot, adapt and transform due to Covid-19, the SG SafeEvent
Certification will offer an extra element of reassurance for our guests,
providing the confidence that our cruises uphold the highest standards
of hygiene and safe management measures, emergency management and best
practices for worry-free event planning."