Hong Kong’s cruises to nowhere ready to start at end of July, as company learns lessons from coronavirus infection on Singapore ship

Genting Cruise Lines is ready to launch the first “cruises to nowhere” from Hong Kong on July 30, as it learns from its experience in offering similar tours in Singapore, including handling a Covid-19 infection on board.Some 400 crew members on the Genting Dream received their second vaccine dose on Wednesday, and will be ready to set sail at the end of the month.The first two cruise dates have been fully booked, each carrying about 1,000 guests, and a total of 13 voyages are expected to depart…

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