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SeaDream I & II
SeaDream Yacht Club

SeaDream I & SeaDream II Built: 1984 and 1985, respectively

SeaDream I & SeaDream II redesign: 2002
SeaDream I & SeaDream II refit: 2007 and 2006, respectively
Gross Tonnage: 4,260
Guest Capacity: 110 (double occupancy)
Normal crew size: 95
Length (in feet): 344
Beam (in feet): 47
Speed: 15 Knots


Dining, indoors and outdoors, is always open seating. Gourmet meals are prepared a la minute, fresh and to order, and served with flair. Attire is always "yacht" casual.

All soft drinks, spirits, wine, and champagne are included, with the exception of some premium brands. Caviar is available on request, but there is a charge. Suite refrigerators are stocked with bottled water, soft drinks, and beer.

Each SeaDream yacht features a large retractable water sports marina providing a variety of water sports activities including kayaking, a Zodiac for water skiing, a banana boat, tubing, boarding, wave running, snorkeling, Sunfish sailing, swimming, a floating island, and the assistance of the yacht’s staff. The marina also has personal watercraft (PWC) available for use when at anchor, subject to local and national rules and regulations.

The restriction on smoking in staterooms and indoor spaces creates a pleasant atmosphere aboard SeaDream yachts.

At 195 square feet, SeaDream I & II's Yacht Club staterooms initially seem compact; however, they are cleverly laid out with abundant storage space in six generous drawers, a bank of floor-to-ceiling shelves, and a double closet with shoe racks. Suitcases slide easily under the bed in the compartment designed for them and a huge drawer under the sofa has ample room to stow smaller carry-ons.

Every suite has a flat screen TV, DVD, CD player, and a dataport for email access.

Bathrooms are marble-lined, contains adequate shelves, and storage beneath the sink vanity. The shower is enclosed in glass, with multiple jets, and is large enough for two. Toiletries are by Bvlgari.

SeaDream's Champagne and Caviar Splash (served in the water adjacent to a a white-sand beach) is accompanied by a barbecue served on china. On voyages where it is not possible to host the Champagne and Caviar Splash ashore, it is celebrated on board on the Pool Deck along with specially prepared surprise treats from the Chef.

On clear nights concerts or movies are screened the pool deck after dinner; on evenings when the weather is not perfect, the event is hosted in the Main Salon.  Popcorn and beverages are available upon request.

The Top Of The Yacht Bar on Deck 6 is a favorite gathering spot for an after dinner (or any time) cigar and libation and to take advantage of the 360 degree views and breezes.

The service aboard either of SeaDream’s yachts is comfortably transparent, like the way the bartender knows your name and what you would like to drink, or how the waiter knows how to surprise you with your favorite dessert.

Thickly cushioned Balinese Dream Beds are so comfortable that some passengers choose to sleep under the stars on them.

The SeaDream Spa is Thai certified and the only one of its kind at sea.

Yoga and Tai Chi sessions are also offered daily on deck or shore side when possible.

As luxurious as the mega-yachts themselves, the shore tenders have padded seat cushions covered in the navy blue striped fabric featured on Dream Beds and Top of the Yacht chairs and banquettes and grab rails and trim are varnished teak.

SeaDream I & SeaDream II spend summers in the Mediterranean and reposition to the Caribbean for winter cruises. 

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