Saturday, March 21, 2009

Luxury Cruise Ship - Sea Dream I - Gets Admiral Suite

When SeaDream I---one of two, luxurious, twin mega yacht cruisers--- returns from her scheduled dry docking in Lisbon in June this year she will exhibit a sparkle matched only by a high profile movie star.

But in addition, the rakish SeaDream Yacht Club craft will also boast a new and additional passenger accommodation---The Admiral Suite---a sumptuous 375- square foot seagoing hideaway. Her sister yacht, SeaDream II, got those loving touches---and an Admiral Suite--- late last year.

With the addition of the two Admiral Suites, SeaDream I and II, now feature 56 accommodations including Yacht Club Staterooms at 195-square feet (some of which convert to double Yacht Club Staterooms called Commodore Suites of 390- square feet) and an elegant Owner’s Suite of 450-square feet.

At maximum, the SeaDream twins will now accommodate 112 guests in their 56 accommodations.

In addition to creating the new Admiral Suites on SeaDream I and II (occupying space that was a boutique now found elsewhere aboard) the dry docking consisted of technical work--- behind the scenes upkeep--- as well as cleaning and repairing of various public spaces.

The new Admiral Suite features a separate living-dining area, master bedroom and one-and-a-half bathrooms. The open plan living-dining area is perfect for in-suite entertaining of fellow guests. A dining table seats four. There is an entertainment center with wall-mounted flat screen TV, refreshment center and a writing desk. With the adjacent half bathroom, entertaining is easy in the stylish room.

The separate master bedroom features a queen-sized bed with an adjustable flat screen TV and a master bathroom with marble walls and floor, multi-jet shower massage, tub and vanity area. Bathed in light, the suite features three panorama windows looking out to sea.

The Admiral Suite features blond woodwork and neutral tone upholstery, curtains and other coverings.

Following her dry docking SeaDream I’s first voyage with her new Admiral Suite will be a seven day voyage, June 6, from Malaga to Nice. Ports of call are: Cartagena, Formentina, Ibiza, Mahon (Menorca), St. Tropez (where SeaDream I will overnight to take advantage of the resort’s nightlife) and Monte Carlo for another overnight stop before disembarkation in Nice.

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