Dream Cruises to raffle off all-you-can-cruise annual pass to lucky vaxxer

Local | 9 Jun 2021 3:05 pm

Jumping on the bandwagon to boost vaccination in the city, Dream Cruises announces today the Go! Super Seacation Sweepstakes, with prizes worth close to HK$4 million in total to be given away.

The sweepstakes will be open to all Hong Kong residents aged 18 or above who have received two doses of the Covid vaccines on or before July 30. The enrolment period will be from June 10 to July 30, no purchase is necessary.

A total of five prizes will be up for grabs, including the Grand Prize of an All-You-Can-Cruise Annual Pass to a Deluxe Balcony Stateroom that houses a maximum of four guests, worth about HK$3.8 million.

The second prize is a two-night cruise vacation for up to six guests in a Palace Villa, the luxurious duplex accommodations aboard Genting Dream in The Palace, the exclusive “luxury ship-within-a-ship” concept of Dream Cruises, worth over HK$100,000.

The third prize is a two-night cruise vacation for up to four guests in a Balcony Stateroom that will be granted to three lucky winners, with a total worth of over HK$54,000.

Participants can register by simply providing their Hong Kong Identity Card number and Hong Kong mobile phone number. The registration will be open starting from 12pm on June 10 until 11.59pm on July 30. All non-conforming and duplicate entries will not be accepted. Winners will be randomly selected and announced on August 6.

“Dream Cruises is thrilled to welcome the arrival of Genting Dream back to Hong Kong as we begin our preparations to resume cruises at the end of July,” said Kent Zhu Fuming, President of Genting Cruise Lines.

“To show our appreciation for the support we have received for our Super Summer Seacation itineraries as well as to thank the people of Hong Kong for their efforts in the fight against COVID-19, we are excited to offer Hong Kong residents the chance to win some exceptional prizes in our Go! Super Seacation Sweepstakes.” he added.

Meanwhile, Genting Dream, the 150,000-ton megaship of Dream Cruises, has arrived in Hong Kong waters at 8am this morning.

It is currently anchored in the South of Lamma Island with staffers undergoing compulsory quarantine on board, as it begins preparations to resume cruises at the end of July.
 



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