Beginning March 26, 2022, SeaDream Yacht Club's yacht SeaDream I will undergo a dramatic renovation mirroring the SeaDream II modernization completed in January 2022.
“This project entails a total investment of more than $10 million and reflects SeaDream’s continued commitment to our guests’ comfort and optimal convenience,” says Andreas Brynestad of SeaDream Yacht Club. “During these unprecedented times, as the travel industry navigates the COVID-19 pandemic, we have spared no expense in our mission to deliver an elevated guest experience. We believe the time is ripe to put our investment dollars toward the evolution of SeaDream yachting.”
Planning now for 2023 and beyond, SeaDream Yacht Club invites individuals and corporate clients to consider the endless opportunities of a private charter. Designed to be unforgettable, a SeaDream private charter provides an unsurpassed experience, entirely tailored to the client’s interests and desires.
Private yachting is undoubtedly one of the world's ultimate rewards for those who strive to enhance performance or recognize excellence, with a SeaDream holiday as the incentive. As a charterer, having control of the guest list is one of the many perks of chartering for anniversaries, weddings, milestone birthdays, and multi-generation family gatherings. Ideal for members of yacht clubs, country clubs, charities, wine and culinary clubs---simply any small group looking for a casually elegant, completely private, yachting adventure to the world’s most remarkable destinations. It is the perfect venue on which to recharge, revitalize, and reconnect.
The brand new ultra-luxury cruise ship, Silver Moon, has successfully completed its sea trials off the coast of Italy in the Adriatic Sea.
The ship underwent twelve days of tests whilst at sea, including stability, vibration and noise tests as well as the inspection of public spaces on board.
The ultra-luxury Scenic Eclipse, which is been dubbed the world’s first ‘discovery yacht’, has set sail on its maiden voyage from Reykjavik to Quebec.
The delivery of the ship to the cruise line was nearly a year later than planned due to several delays at the Uljanik shipyard in Pula.
Scenic Eclipse has successfully completed its first series of sea trials ahead of the luxury cruise ship’s delivery in August.
The ship, which has been dubbed the world’s first ‘discovery yacht’, carried out a series of extensive tests off the coast of Croatia.
Captain James Griffiths, said: "The results surpassed every expectation."
Scenic Eclipse will now undergo further work on her interior and exterior having returned to the shipyard. Crew will also undergo training.
The vessel will official launch on 15 August 2019, sailing on its maiden voyage from Reykjavik to Quebec. The delivery of the ship is nearly a year later than planned due to several delays at the Uljanik shipyard in Pula.
Scenic Eclipse is designed and built as a Polar Class 6 vessel, allowing her to cruise to the Antarctic. The ship feature two helicopters and its own submarine, Scenic Neptune.
Seabourn has revealed the first interiors renderings for its new ultra-luxury expedition ships which are set to launch in June 2021 and May 2022.
The two new 23,000 gross tonne vessels, the first named Seabourn Venture will each be 170 metres in length and will each accommodate 264 guests in 132 luxurious oceanfront veranda suites.
Seabourn has announced the name of its first ultra-luxury purpose-built expedition ship which is set to launch in June 2021.
The 23,000 gross tonne vessel will be named Seabourn Venture, which according to the cruise line draws on its heritage in providing expedition experiences.
Oceania Cruises has announced plans to build two brand new cruise ships. The new Allura Class ships will be constructed at the Fincantieri Shipyard, in Trieste, Italy.
The cruise line currently has plans to build two ships, with first expected to launch in 2022, whilst the second ship will debut in 2025. The last new-build cruise ship for Ocean Cruises was Riviera, which launched in 2012.
Seabourn has announced that it has signed a Letter of Intent for the construction of two new ultra-luxury expedition cruise ships. The first vessel is expected to be delivery in June 2021 and the second is anticipated to launch in May 2022.
The new 23,000 gross tonne vessels will be 170 metres in length and will each accommodate 264 guests in 132 luxurious oceanfront veranda suites. The new ships will also meet the PC6 Polar Class standards, adding new capacity for Seabourn in Antarctica, the Artic and other exotic worldwide destinations.
On 28 June 2018 the keel laying ceremony of Regent Seven Sea Cruises new ultra-luxury cruise ship, Seven Seas Splendor took place at the Fincantieri shipyard in Ancona, Italy.
The new ship will be a sister ship to Seven Seas Explorer and is expected to launch in 2020. The 55,000 gross tonne Seven Seas Explorer will accommodate 750 passengers.