|Industry||Tourism, Resorts, Cruise|
|Genting Hong Kong Limited|
Genting Hong Kong Limited (Chinese: ) is a holding company that operates cruise and resort businesses. It is a member of the Malaysian Genting Group and 17.8% owned by Genting Berhad. It owns Crystal Cruises, Dream Cruises, Star Cruises, Resorts World Manila, the Lloyd Werft shipyards, and maintains a 28% share of Norwegian Cruise Line.
In 2000, Genting's Star Cruises purchased Miami-based Norwegian Cruise Line, but sold half of the company to Apollo Management in 2007. A 2013 IPO of Norwegian Cruise Line reduced Star Cruises' ownership share to 28%.
In 2015, Genting purchased Crystal Cruises, which specializes in the "international luxury cruise market", and a majority stake in Lloyd Werft, a German shipyard that was, as of May 2016 , under contract to build 10 ships for Genting-owned cruise lines. In November of that year, Genting announced the introduction of Dream Cruises, an Asian luxury cruise line that will debut in November 2016.
In 2016, Genting purchased the remaining 30% of Lloyd Werft, as well as Nordic Yards' Wismar, Warnemunde, and Stralsund shipyards, and combined them to form what was initially called the Lloyd Werft Group. Several months later, the three ex-Nordic Yards facilities were spun out into a separate company, named MV Werften.
|Industry||Passenger transportation & Cruises|
|Headquarters||Hong Kong, Asia|
|Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay, CEO & Chairman|
|Owner||Genting Hong Kong|
|Parent||Genting Hong Kong|
Dream Cruises is a Cruise line brand owned by Genting Hong Kong company. In November 2015, Genting announced Guangzhou the introduction of Dream Cruises, an Asian luxury cruise line that debuted in November 2016.
|Ship||Year built||Class||Entered service with Dream Cruises||Last Refurbishment||Gross Tonnage||Current Home Port||Notes||Image|
|Genting Dream||2016||-||2016||-||150,695 GT||Singapore (As of April 2018)||-|
|World Dream||2017||-||2017||-||150,695 GT||Hong Kong/Guangzhou (Nansha) (As of April 2018)||-|
Genting Hong Kong partnered with Philippines-based Alliance Global Group to establish Resorts World Manila. It is located across Terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport. It houses three hotels: Maxims Tower, Marriott Hotel Manila, and Remington Hotel. The Newport Mall is part of this resort and includes the Newport Cinemas and the 1,500-seat Newport Performing Arts Theater.