SeaDream I

SeaDream I


Travel the world from the deck of a luxury yacht!

Cruises on board the SeaDream I

Looking for something a little different than your standard luxury cruise? Look no further than SeaDream, a one-of-a-kind cruise line whose twin ships feel more like yachts than ships. Accommodating just 112 passengers each, SeaDream I and II offer experiences rivaling those of a private luxury yacht. A professional-yet-discreet service staff cater to passengers' every need, and the intimate environment onboard makes them a great place to make friends with your fellow passengers.

When not out exploring ports and relaxing on beaches, passengers can enjoy jet skiing and sailing from the ship's watersports marina platform, sleeping under the stars on a Balinese Dream Bed, and exquisite Thai wellness and beauty treatments. The crew goes out of their way to make sure every passenger has a memorable experience, from custom shore excursions to dessert extravaganzas. Flexibility also defines the SeaDream yachting experience: If there's bad weather in one port, the captain may change the itinerary to dock in another. You can look forward to personalized service in every aspect of your SeaDream voyage.


  • Ship length
    341 ft
  • Passengers
  • Decks

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Decks and Staterooms

SeaDream I deck plan

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SeaDream I Deck 6

SeaDream I staterooms

Oceanview stateroom
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Deck Location : Deck 4
Occupancy : 2
  • Sofa & coffee table
  • Desk & Chair
  • Bathroom with shower
Stateroom size : 194 sq ft

SeaDream I staterooms

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Oceanview stateroom

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Ship information


The SeaDream I is an all-suite, all-Ocean View ship. Though the suites, at 195 square feet, are smaller than suites on other luxury lines, extensive amenities and modern refurbishments ensure a relaxing and comfortable stay. Guests will appreciate the complimentary terrycloth bathrobes embroidered with their names, high-end Bulgari bath amenities, and wonderfully comfortable bedding.

One uniquely SeaDream experience is the opportunity to sleep under the stars in a signature Balinese Dream Bed. With plush cushions for lounging in the sun by day, crew members add pillows and sheets at night, so passengers can sleep outside enjoying the cool ocean breeze. Be sure to reserve your bed at the beginning of your cruise, as spots fill up quickly.

Dining & Gastronomy

Though every cruise line claims to offer the best cuisine, SeaDream's dining may truly be the best at sea. Multi-course meals prepared by expert chefs are guaranteed to make your taste buds sing. The chefs are experienced, adventurous, and flexible, frequently adjusting menus and coming up with new creations to suit passengers' tastes. But picky eaters need not fear – there's a range of always-available popular dishes at hand in the kitchen, too.

On a diet? Allergic? Only eat raw, vegan, or gluten-free? Never fear – the experienced cooks on SeaDream I are prepared to accommodate any dietary need. An expert sommelier will be happy to help you pick the perfect wine to pair with your meal, and even at the buffet, a waiter will escort you to your table and carry your plate. All this with an all-inclusive price tag makes for a truly luxurious dining experience.

Entertainment and Activities

Active passengers will appreciate the variety of watersports equipment SeaDream provides, from kayaks and sailboats to jet skis and catamarans. Those looking for a more laid-back experience may prefer lounging in the sun or floating in the pool while the wait staff, unprompted, brings them their favorite drink. Wellness gurus won't want to miss out on a traditional Thai massage, offered in the SeaDream Spa, nor on the variety of rejuvenating beauty treatments offered there. Don't expect any flashy entertainment or cheesy group games onboard – the atmosphere is relaxed, yacht club casual, with passengers free to choose what they want to do.

Dress Code

Most SeaDream passengers opt for a country club casual look, with some – but not all – dressing up for dinner. True to the SeaDream philosophy, guests are free to dress as they please, but most choose some combination of khaki shorts, polo shirts, sun dresses, and capris.

Ship Data

  • In service since: 2001
  • Length: 334 ft
  • Number of decks: 6
  • Passengers: 112
  • Crew: 95
  • Languages spoken on board: English
  • Currency on board: US dollar