SeaDream Yacht Club

SeaDream yachts

Making your cruise dreams come true …

SeaDream Yacht Club operates the ultra-luxury mega-yachts SeaDream I and SeaDream II, rated among the best ships at sea by the respected Berlitz Guide.

Founded in 2001, SeaDream’s sleek cruisers accommodate only 112 guests in 56 elegant staterooms, looked after by 95 officers and staff.

Both feature an open and unstructured ambience, with fares inclusive of  all meals, wine with lunch and dinner, open bar, use of water toys and gratuities.

And now, thanks to a $10m programme of upgrades in early 2022, the yachts are better than ever.

The SeaDream experience is known for its personalised, award-winning service, 5-star cuisine, intimate ports and exceptional onboard features such as the Balinese Dream Beds to sleep under the stars and the Watersports Marina complete with water toys for the perfect yachting vacation.

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With a 1:1 crew to guest ratio, state of the art spa, open seating dining and no formal dress code, the two yachts  are the natural choice for those who enjoy the finer things in life but prefer an unstructured holiday.

Scheduled seven-day sailings are in the Caribbean in the winter and the Mediterranean in the summer, calling on both small and exclusive yachting ports and classic capital cities.

SeaDream I and II, pictured together above, are known for their fine dining which ranges from elaborate international offerings to simple spa cuisine.

They feature exemplary, European-style service and have a variety of water sports “toys”, mountain bikes, a golf simulator on which guests can “play” more than 50 championship courses and Segway Human Transporters. Both also have highly acclaimed Asian Spa and Fitness Centres.

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The good part of SeaDream is we always get to know and enjoy all the staff and crew, making it such an enjoyable experience.

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