SeaDream Yacht Club: Another Way to Sail

SeaDream Yacht Club immediately sets itself apart by insisting that what they do is not cruising at all, but is, in fact, yachting.

Smaller than your average cruise-liner by a wide margin, SeaDream’s twin mega-yachts, SeaDream I & II offer a truly special way to cruise. One of the best features of these small ships, or rather… mega-yachts, is their ability to visit the smaller ports, which leads to some really unique and unexpected itineraries. Take this 8 day journey through the Southern Caribbean, for example:


For an exclusive educational tour with our Brownell colleagues, this itinerary embarked in Bridgetown, Barbados and sailed north to Saint Martin, making calls in some of the often overlooked ports along the way. Bequia will forever be one of our top favorites!

If you want to see the unique ports of  Southern Caribbean, check out these SeaDream itineraries:


From day one after boarding one of these yachts, the distinction between cruising and yachting became perfectly clear.

With 95 crew members to the 112 guests on board, each guest has highly personalized service and feels as if they are aboard their own private yacht. With only 56 staterooms each, these twin mega-yachts are perfect for seasoned cruisers who want to try something more intimate or travelers who have written cruising off in the past for being impersonal, over-crowded or stuffy (several Team Ourisman members have been guilty of making that assumption and have since been converted – check out Jessica’s blog about how she became a cruise convert!).

Aboard the SeaDream I & II guests find their every need met with highly personalized service, prompt staff and an intimate feel that is hard to beat. While the smaller size of the ships may give some travelers pause, there is no shortage of ways to spend your days at sea. Each yacht features an inclusive open bar, all ocean view staterooms & suites, a downright beautiful pool, and incredible cuisine to impress even the most elitist of foodies.


The yachting twist on a classic cruise lends itself to the experiences the staff can provide as well. Because there is such a limited number of passengers SeaDream is able to pull out the stops for some pretty impressive and exclusive experiences. From a private champagne beach party on Mayreau, a tiny island in the Grenadines, to a Creole cultural experience in Rodney Bay in St Lucia, each itinerary’s activities are carefully selected to highlight the culture of the islands you visit while ensuring each one will be cemented in your memory. If you are looking for an exclusive experience that will follow you home, SeaDream certainly has you covered! Truly, the only disappointment we felt during our time aboard SeaDream I was when we had to disembark!

For More on SeaDream, read what our colleagues at Brownell have to say:

Check out the Caribbean itineraries SeaDream has for 2019 & 2020 as well as their Mediterranean and Transatlantic voyages! Be sure to contact Team Ourisman to help plan your yachting experience with SeaDream!

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