SeaDream fact sheet

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history in brief


1984 to present

The two ships were built in Europe in the mid-1980s as the Sea Goddess I and II. They were sold to new owners in 2001, who extensively renovated them and christened them the SeaDream I and II. They were refurbished in 2001-2002 into their stylish luxury design that passengers enjoy today.

basic statistics

Ship length:  105 meters or 344 feet
Beam (width):  14 meters or 47 feet
Draft:  4.3 meters or 14.3 feet
Displacement (tonnage):  4260 tons
Passenger decks:  5
Cabins:  55
Guest capacity:  112
Officers, staff and crew:  Number:  95
Passenger-to-crew ratio:  1.2
Stabilizer:  Yes
Retractable marina:  Yes
Registry:  Bahamas:
Main cruising regions: Caribbean and Med

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SeaDream fact sheet

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