SeaDream Yacht Club has ordered its first new ship, which will expand
its two-vessel fleet for the first time since its founding in 2001.
At 15,600 gross tons, the SeaDream Innovation will be three
times as big as the SeaDream I and II (which were acquired from Seabourn) and will accommodate twice as many
SeaDream said the ship, expected to arrive in
September 2021, will have 110 suites compared with 56 on the SeaDream I and II.
"This project has been a dream of mine for many years,"
said Atle Brynestad, owner, chairman and CEO of SeaDream.
The itineraries for the new vessel will touch all seven
continents in its first year, visiting 200 ports in 49 countries, SeaDream
Guests will explore Svalbard, the Northwest Passage,
Antarctica, the fjords of Norway, Japan, New Zealand, the Fiji Islands and the
Great Barrier Reef.
Damen Shipyards of the Netherlands has been contracted to
build the SeaDream Innovation.
Reservations are now open for past SeaDream guests and will
open April 17 to everyone else.