australiacruiseDream CruisesNewcastle Dream Cruises has paused sales of Explorer Dream departures ex-Newcastle, with Vice President Australia and New Zealand, Brigita Devries saying “We have recently been advised by Port Authorities that they are unable to support the disembarkation of passengers and their goods at the Port of Newcastle, due to new Biosecurity Legislation. This contradicts advice we previously received from the Australian Government Departure of Agriculture”In May 2019, Dream Cruises announced they would offer the option for guests to embark and disembark in Newcastle on two selected departure dates, receiving strong support from local trade and consumers, however, the new legislation has deemed this announcement as moot at this time.Dream Cruises Port Operations team says it is working closely with the relevant government authorities, including Maritime Traveller Processing Committee, National Passenger Processing Committee and GoG Coordination, to request special dispensation and a waiver to allow guests currently booked to embark and disembark in Newcastle. “We will continue to update our trade partners and any passengers affected by this situation, and thank them for their support while we resolve this matter” says Devries.
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