While the new-build vessels of many luxury cruise lines grow ever bigger, Sea Dream are different. Indeed, their fleet of small ships offer an experience more like yachting than cruising.
The family owned, boutique company has an exceptional luxury pedigree. In fact it was founded in 2001 by Atle Brynestad who conceived Seabourn Cruises.
Today, the Sea Dream Yacht Club has two ultra-luxury vessels, Sea Dream I and Sea Dream II. These all-inclusive ‘mega-yachts’ accommodate just 112 discerning cruisers, each of whom are pampered by 95 attentive crew.
The pocket-sized vessels call at the most intimate ports and yachting playgrounds, places that larger ships cannot reach. Indeed, the cruise line have just released their 2023-24 Caribbean season with a series of 4- to 8-day voyages throughout the idyllic Leeward and Windward Islands.
“SeaDream I and SeaDream II offer a variety of distinctive journeys to the unspoiled and uncrowded island gems of the Caribbean.”
Andreas Brynestad, Sea Dream Yacht Club
These voyages will drop anchor at locales like the tiny island of Bequia which has just seven square miles of quiet lagoons and beaches, as well as the unspoiled island of Canouan. There will also be time to revel in the jet-setter’s playground of St. Barths with overnight stays.
The Sea Dream yachts offer guests another distinct advantage – bespoke, intuitive service. With a staff-to-guest ratio of almost 1-to-1 it’s hardly surprising the cruise line prides itself on thoughtful, highly anticipatory service.
What’s more there is cuisine to please the palates of the most demanding foodies as well as stylish ocean view suites for every guest.