SeaDream: this boutique cruise feels more like a super yacht

Credit to: Jo Fernandez - Evening Standard

Think a cruise, isn't for you? Think again...
SeaDream Yacht Club was featured in the Evening Star with a fantastic review from a first timer on SeaDream saying, ''It's yachting, not cruising' is the motto of these yacht-style cruise ships, which offer the ultimate in boutique cruising. It's a good-looking vessel with the feel that you've snuck onto someone's private yacht. Champagne and canap├ęs welcome just 112 guests in total, many who've sailed on the two SeaDreams before', wrote Jo Fernandez. SeaDream calls it Dream Cuisine, where we are dedicated to offer the best experience possible for each of our guests, with a wide selection of gourmet dishes to the only "raw food" or "living food" menu at sea. "There are menus swelling with inventive dishes including what as far as I know is the only plant-based 'raw food' menu at sea. I'm not a vegan but I'd often mix elements of this menu, which includes dishes such as Watercress Tang, a liquid blend of watercress, Anjou pear, lime and pineapple and vegetable lasagna, made from layered spinach leaves, sweet coconut meat, spicy cauliflower mash and sun-dried tomato marinara with (conversely) tender lamb cutlets and amazing curries - the nationalities of the crew reflected in the menu." Like the rich and famous, you will find SeaDream in the Mediterranean during spring and summer and calls on the Caribbean for autumn and winter. If you have not had a SeaDream experience yet, what are you waiting for?
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