April 01, 2002
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SeaDream II
The newly renovated SeaDream II

Following a top-to-bottom refurbishment, the SeaDream Il again welcomed guests this past February. The ship is one of a pair now collectively called the SeaDream Yacht Club, a venture of Atle Brynestad, who bought these former Seabourn Cruise Line vessels from Carnival Corp. to start his own brand. (Brynestad founded Seabourn in 1987.)

Yacht-owner wannabes will like the casual intimacy of this 110-passenger ship. Rooms are outfitted with Belgian linens and Bulgari bath amenities. Meals are replete with the likes of Sevruga Malossol caviar.

The line aims to do at least half of its business in charters, with one Sea Dream handling private groups and the other hosting leisure travelers. The ships offer flexible Caribbean and Mediterranean itineraries.


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