SeaDream II

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Like its sister ship the Seadream I, Seadream II exists for those travellers who want to experience something a little more refined and intimate than your typical cruise holiday. In fact, it's better described as a luxury yacht than a cruise liner, which should give you some idea of the vibe you can expect onboard the vessel.

With room for just 112 guests, the Seadream II oozes exclusivity. The atmosphere onboard is casual yet highly sophisticated, with facilities that are second to none yet without overdoing it and becoming cluttered, as is often the case on larger ships. What's more, with 95 crew on each voyage, the ration of staff to passengers is among the highest in the world, so you can be sure of top-rate service.

The ship's size makes it perfect for visiting just about all regions of the globe, with destinations ranging from northern Europe to the Caribbean, while river cruises along the Amazon are also available. Yet despite the vessel's small size, all cabins are spacious and sufficiently luxurious for even the fussiest traveller, starting at 195 sq ft at their most basic, while staterooms provide an altogether more indulgent option.

There are two restaurants onboard the Seadream II, with buffet breakfast and lunch on offer, as well as lighter options such as pastries and coffee on the top deck. The Seadream Yacht Club prides itself on the quality of its food, with a policy of always using the freshest ingredients. Supplies are therefore regularly restocked throughout the voyage, with local delicacies from the destinations visited featuring prominently on the menu.

Guests can also enjoy poolside barbecues, as well as the superb Wine Cellar, where you'll find the finest wines from around the world.