Friday, August 19, 2016

Early Arrival

If you were planning to watch the float out (undocking) of Genting Dream on Saturday morning at Meyer Werft, don't. It is already out.

The yard decided to do it a day early due to weather forecasts of high wind gusts on Saturday. 

The complete story appeared in the August 19 edition of Cruise News Daily.

The 151,300-ton Genting Dream was floated out of Meyer's  covered building dock a day early. 

The Jacky Tsai hull art can be seen in its entirety for he fist time. 

A section of Norwegian Joy can be seen in the background. The ship's stack can be seen on the pier awaiting attachment.
Photos courtesy of Meyer Werft. May not be copied or used without permission.