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Sea Dream II

Popular Yachts / October 27, 2016

SeaDream II, Think Yacht, Perhaps Not Ship

This 112-passenger vessel, along with her twin sister, is really as close as you’ll arrive at a boat knowledge without having the sails. Built a year part back in the middle 1980s while the Sea Goddess we and II, both have already been spruced up regularly and their nice teak decking, wood flooring and upscale nautical décor have actually aged well.

Exotic flowery arrangements and Oriental rugs develop a classy but comfortable décor that makes you're feeling like you’re on a private yacht. From the Main Salon and its small alcove bar where the weekly captain’s cocktail party is held, to the Piano Bar, tiny casino and cozy library, the Sea Dream I is outfitted with just enough amenities and public spaces to please restless guests, though clearly, the ship’s hub and most popular haunt is the Top of the Yacht bar. It boasts teak decking, rattan furnishings, and blue-striped cushions.

Nearby tend to be sunbeds where you can unwind time or night — actually, you can easily rest using one in performers if you prearrange it aided by the team. Upon deck you’ll discover a golf simulator, and share and hot spa aft on Deck 3 for great views because the boats pull away from slot. There’s also a watersports marina that unfolds from bow stern for kayaking, sailing, snorkeling plus.

For a dose of pampering, the ship has actually a cosmetic salon and a remarkably well-equipped gymnasium and an excellent spa comprising three therapy spaces, thinking about the small-size of this ship.

All evening dishes tend to be served inside Dining Salon inside, though a few times a week dinner is supported up into the open-air Topside Restaurant on Deck 5, in which morning meal and lunch could be offered day-after-day.

SeaDream II rooms

Rooms aren’t the shows on SeaDream’s vessels. The adequate, though perhaps not especially huge or luxurious. Associated with the baths, be prepared to “soap up and spin.”

The ocean fantasy II’s 54 one-room, 195-square-foot, oceanview suites tend to be virtually identical, with genuine lumber cabinetry and moldings complemented by blue-and-white materials to generate an appealing nautical look. Each collection has actually a small sitting area with a couch (that can accommodate a 3rd adult or a young child) and a flatscreen TV with CD/DVD player — you can borrow a portable MP3 player from reception work desk, preprogrammed with songs.

You’ll find a minifridge stocked with carbonated drinks and alcohol and lightweight restrooms have marble-clad baths with glass doorways and a generous supply of Bulgari toiletries. Guests additionally have use of additional thick bathrobes and can get hold of a set of personalized cotton fiber sleepwear with all the SeaDream logo. There are two roomy suites with separate rooms, plus 8 standard rooms could be with the cabin across the street for a double space, or “commodore room.”