SeaDream Yacht Club To Make Asian Debut In 2013

Luxury cruise ship line SeaDream Yacht Club has revealed plans for its first Asian and Australian season beginning in late 2013. The SeaDream II will deploy in Asia through April 2014 after completing her Mediterranean itineraries, offering 18 unique voyages ranging from 7 to 15 days, many of which can be combined as a back-to-back journey.


Homeporting in Singapore, she will visit ports in Australia, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Guinea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam. The ship will also be sailing from Bali, Bangkok, Cairns, Hong Kong and Phuket.


Highlights of the season include a 2-day stay in Yangon, sailing the Langkawi archipelago, visiting “the beach” (made famous by Leonardo DiCaprio in the movie “The Beach”) in the Phi Phi Islands, diving in Thailand’s Similan Islands National Park, exploring Halong Bay, encountering the endangered Komodo Dragons on Komodo Island and celebrating New Year’s Eve in Patong Bay, Phuket. SeaDream Yacht Club will also offer pre- and post-cruise overland packages exploring heritage sites including Cambodia’s Angkor Wat, as well as Yogyakarta’s Borobudur and Prambanan Temple.


Rated as the top ship in the ‘Boutique Ships’ category (50 – 250 passengers) by the 2013 Berlitz Guide to Cruising & Cruise Ships, the SeaDream II offers an intimate cruising experience with its teak decks, gourmet dining and open spaces. With just 112 guests served by 95 crew members, cruisers are guaranteed a high level of attention and service akin to private yachting.


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