Registered Owner: Ocean Dream Ltd. - Operator: Star Cruises Ltd. Malaysia
Entered service: 1993 – Refits:1998 /2007/2012 - Ship lengthed by a midsection of 39.80 m. in 1998 at Lloyd Werft Germany and added 251 extra cabins - Gross tonnage: 50.764 - Pass. lower beds: 1532 - All berths:1742 - Passenger decks: 10 -Length: 229,80 m. - Beam: 28,50 m. - Drive: diesel/electric: 4 diesel engines make MAN - Total installed power: 18.480 kW. - Service speed 18 knots - Max. speed: 20 knots - Built: Chantiers de l'Atlantique - France - Yard no. D30 - Flag: Bahamas - Classification: DNV
Former names: Dreamward - Norwegian Dream
Sistership: Norwegian Wind now Super Star Aquarius
|March 30-2012 Genting Hong
Kong, the owner of Star Cruises, has said that the 2,150-passenger
Norwegian Dream will join its fleet in the region, after her
Sept. 6- 2012 Star Cruises, has announced the launch of SuperStar Gemini, will undergo a US$ 50 million multi-faceted major refurbishment at Sembawang Shipyard - Singapore. Before embarking on inaugural Asia cruises in January 2013. She will be completely overhauled with upgraded navigational systems, new hull design and onboard facilities, including cabins, restaurants, entertainment and recreation. SuperStar Gemini, formerly known as Norwegian Dream,
Sold April 2008 to Louis Cruises
for US $ 218 million. Will
be hand-over to Louis december 2009. However just came the
HONG KONG September 30-2008, the Company and Ocean Dream as sellers under the Dream MOA served notice on Louis and Marzio Shipholding, the buyers under the Dream MOA, in which the Company and Ocean Dream brought the Dream MOA to an end following Buyers’ purported rescission or termination of the Dream MOA and their failure to accept delivery of Norwegian Dream in accordance with the Dream MOA.
In other words sale is cancelled.
Aug.2011 A long standing legal dispute between Genting Hong Kong/Star Cruises and Louis Group over the failed sale of the Norwegian Dream has come to an agreement, according to Genting’s earnings report .
A filing from Genting noted a “settlement of US$13.3 million in relation to the non-completion by Louis Plc. of the sale and purchase contract for Norwegian Dream.”
|Passenger space ratio all berths: 24.43|
The Norwegian Dream carrying 2,400 people and the Ever Decent container ship collided in the English Channel in the early hours of Tuesday morning aug.24-1999.The damaged Norwegian Dream managed to sail to Dover where it docked safely. Twenty four passengers were slightly hurt.
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