SeaDream Yacht Club, which offers customized, luxury ocean travel experiences, docks at smaller harbors and ports that are inaccessible to larger ships. The company is now expanding its fleet with a new massive yacht that will circle the globe.
The new SeaDream Innovation, scheduled to arrive in 2021, affords passengers the chance to plan longer trips and explore exotic locales and remote locations around the world. The yacht will feature 110 ocean-view suites, as well as an in-ocean swimming pool, and Balinese Dream Beds that enable passengers to sleep under the stars. The ship will also offer heated blankets to stay warm under the night sky, as well as water activities, including kayaking, sailboat jaunts, and WaveRunners.
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With nine different decks that extend over 37 square feet of outdoor space, the yacht serves most meals outdoors. The wide array of dining options include everything from raw and vegan selections to French and Asian cuisine. Also, the one-to-one guest to crew ratio ensures guests will enjoy personalized service that caters to their every need.
The yacht, which has been designed to resist both tropical and arctic environments, is expected to begin sailing to all seven continents as of 2021. The ship will stop in more than 200 ports across 49 countries. Passengers can choose from a variety of itineraries, including the inaugural voyage in September of 2021 that will sail from London on a 70-day trip to locales like Chile’s Glacier Alley and fjords and the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica. Travelers can also a journey from Antarctica to the Arctic, sailing for 88 days from February through May of 2022 to discover everything from beaches and glaciers to European capitals en route to Svalbard in Norway.
The yacht will depart from Ushuaia, Argentina and head to Antarctica with stops that include Deception Island and the South Shetland Islands, where guests can enjoy kayaking around the archipelago while observing the local penguin populations. Passengers will also travel to the Vernadsky Station, while gazing upon iceberg formations along the way. The ship will explore the Garibaldi Glaciers of Chile, stop in Rio De Janeiro, where guests can visit the peak of Sugarloaf Mountain or Tijuca National Park, the largest urban rainforest in the world.
In Europe, stops include Amsterdam and Tenerife in Spain’s Canary Islands while traveling to Longyearbyen in Norway’s Svalbard archipelago where guests can enjoy husky sleigh rides and explore ice caves. SeaDream Yacht Club is currently taking reservations for its 2021 season, with prices for the pole-to-pole trip starting at $57,999 per person for double occupancy. The club will also offer shorter trips on Innovation, including a seven-day excursion from Svalbard and a 12-day trip across Southeast Asia. Prices for the Svalbard seven-day cruise start at $8,499 per person for double occupancy.