SeaDream’s Ultimate Luxury Travel Experience~Would you like to see what a $10 million investment looks like?

SeaDream is committed to delivering the ultimate luxury travel experience. Recently SeaDream invested more than $10 million modernizing its yachts with accommodations and amenities designed to meet discerning charter clients’ expectations of the ideal yachting voyage. Would you like to see what a $10 million investment looks like?

About SeaDream / SeaDream Yacht Club

SeaDream Yacht Club?launched with twin mega-yachts, SeaDream I and SeaDream II, and has achieved the industry’s highest accolades. “It’s Yachting, Not Cruising” defines SeaDream’s mission: to provide a casual yachting experience that exceeds guests’ expectations as they explore the world’s most amazing destinations.

Explore the SeaDream Difference. Casual and personalized luxury unlike any other cruise vacation. This is your Yacht. This is your SeaDream.

The small ship sailing experts since 2001, SeaDream carries discerning guests to destinations that larger ships cannot reach, visiting small harbors and ports in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. Modernized and fully renovated 56-stateroom twin yachts are heralded for their elegant informality and fully customizable charter itineraries to meet your wants and needs—with award-winning service, 5-star al fresco dining, and all activities offered in the open air.

Cover photo: SeaDream Yacht Signature Balinese Dream Beds, Deck 6 (All photos courtesy of SeaDream)

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SeaDream I
SeaDream II

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