World Dream Gets Back to Work with Acutec TV on Board

World Dream
World Dream is resuming operations (photo Dream Cruises)

Singapore is cruising again. Dream Cruises' newest ship World Dream is beginning operations from Marina Bay this week, with Acutec Systems providing TV services.

The team at Dream Cruises and the local authorities have been working hard to ensure guest and crew safety whilst still delivering the full guest experience for those lucky enough to have secured a ticket. Working with our partners at MTN TV in Florida, Acutec has installed equipment to receive and fully-support satellite feeds of live news, entertainment and sport directly into the ship's IP TV system.

With only a handful of cruise ships operating anywhere in the world, Dream Cruises is leading the way with Explorer Dream operating in Taiwan for the last few months, and now World Dream in Singapore. Royal Caribbean will also re-start operations out of Singapore with domestic trips from 1 December on Quantum of the Seas.

With Acutec already providing services for two other vessels in the fleet, we are pleased to be adding World Dream and supporting Dream Cruises while they launch this innovative new approach to safe and enjoyable cruising in Southeast Asia.

About the author

Jonathan is a professional engineer with a passion for all things maritime electronics. He founded Acutec Systems in 2004 and continues to lead the teams in Europe and Australia, delivering communications, entertainment and IT solutions for vessel operators.

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