SeaDream I

Ship statistics

Entered service
01/01/2001
Tonnage
4260
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins
1
Number of Decks
6
Number of Elevators
0
Number of Pools
1
Number of Restaurants
2
Maximum Capacity
112
Number of Crew
95
Refurbished
01/01/2002

The Seadream I is more of a luxury yacht than a cruise liner, providing a totally different type of experience to that offered by more mainstream vessels.

When travelling onboard the Seadream I, you'll feel like a member of the elite, with the distinct country club atmosphere helping to create a highly refined ambience. This is how the rich and famous like to holiday, so be sure to pack the right clothes to make sure you look the part. Of course, there's no official dress code, but most passengers tend to go for that smart-casual look that marks them out as one of the more sophisticated travellers.

Quality, luxury and style are the overriding characteristics of this yacht, with each of the 54 staterooms coming with its own marble en-suite bathroom, complete with massage shower unit. 

The name of the game is relaxation, so you won't find any children's clubs or organised group activities on the Seadream I. Instead, you'll have the chance to lounge by the pool at your leisure, with supremely luxurious Balinese sun beds at your disposal.

The Top of the Yacht bar provides croissants and other pastries for those who want something light and sweet in the mornings, with the Topside Restaurant offering a more extensive buffet to help you start the day. Lunch and dinner are held in the Dining Salon, where the Maitre'd assists each guest in order to satisfy their seating demands. The food is of the very highest quality, with the policy being to serve only the very freshest ingredients, often sourced from the destinations the ship is visiting.

There's also the fantastic Wine Cellar, where you'll find an extensive list of fantastic wines from around the world.

The great thing about the Seadream I is that guests are left largely to their own devices, with all the equipment they could require should they choose to get active, yet plenty of opportunities to simply relax and do nothing. Kayaks, jet skis, snorkel gear and much more are at passengers' disposal, while there are also bikes to rent during landings.

Other forms of entertainment can be found in the Piano Bar, while the Main Lounge often hosts movie screenings. Other than that, however, the main appeal of the Seadream I is the fact that it allows guests to spend their time relaxing, and making as much or as little use of the onboard facilities as they wish.