SeaDream Yacht Club voted number one cuisine small-ship lines – Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards 2013

Nearly 80,000 readers voted, casting over 1 million votes, far more than ever before, according to Condé Nast Traveler, in the just announced 26th annual Readers’ Choice Awards. SeaDream Yacht Clubis honored to have earned the highest score for cuisine in the small-ships category.

Known among discerning travelers for its award-winning, gourmet cuisine, SeaDream prepares each dish à la minute. The lines’ two, twin mega-yachts SeaDream I & SeaDream II continue to offer innovative dining, including an optional Raw Food menu and a new Japanese menu. With a maximum of 112 guests aboard, accommodating a variety of special requests and dietary needs is done with ease. The culinary team is headed by Corporate Executive Chef, Sudesh Kishore who started with SeaDream as Sous Chef in 2001.

In certain ports, guests can join the Chef for a trip to the local market, sourcing only the freshest, indigenous ingredients for their dishes. Culinary excellence is just another facet that makes a SeaDream voyage so memorable. Commenting on the news, Thomas Carlson, SeaDream’s Vice President of Hotel Operations, said: “I am very proud of the entire Culinary and Service team, along with the Hotel, Deck and Technical teams, they work together to create the unique SeaDream product. It is so wonderful to see their hard work recognized.”

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