A relaxed, laid-back and intimate feel makes a SeaDream cruise a special choice for travellers. With just 56 staterooms the vessels are small enough to venture into bays and coves that are impossible for larger vessels, which means they sail a little off the beaten track.
With a maximum of 112 guests waited on hand and foot by an award-winning crew of 95, you can well imagine the attention to detail that you’ll receive, from having your favourite drink waiting for you as you walk into the bar, and personal recommendations during dinner. This is ultimate luxury yachting - discover more by watching The Millionaires' Holiday Club.
Two luxury yachts, SeaDream I and SeaDream II, cater for just 112 passengers - this makes for a more personal relationship with the award-winning crew. Both have the kind of top-class facilities you would expect from an exclusive resort on land, with a spa, fine dining restaurant, swimming pool, jacuzzi and bars.
In 2021, the fleet will be joined by an additional yacht, SeaDream Innovation, which is set to introduce a new era of yachting. Now venturing into the world of Global Yachting, this revolutionary ultra-luxury Polar Class yacht has been meticulously designed to provide epic, expert-led journeys for up to 220 passengers. This 155m-long yacht boasts 110 stylish Ocean View suites, three marinas, outdoor dining and an incredible one-to-one staff to guest ratio. Innovation’s voyages for her first year of sailing include visits to 49 countries across all the world’s continents, so whether it’s an epic journey to Antarctica or a sun-soaked journey through the Mediterranean, you’re guaranteed an unforgettable adventure.
Its small-ship, yacht-like stature means SeaDream is at its finest under the summer sun of each hemisphere. Voyages take place in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean, as well as venturing across the Atlantic, from San Juan to Malaga, Barbados to Malaga.