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.
Engine Room Fire On SeaDream I
A fire on board the 4,253 gross tonne cruise ship, SeaDream I has reportedly lead to all passengers being evacuated from the ship, whilst sailing in the Mediterranean.
The 1984-built cruise ship was sailing between Amalfi and Palinuro when the fire broke out in the ship’s engine room. 105 passengers and 61 crew members were on board at the time.