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Sea Cloud
Sea Cloud
Ranked #1 of 3 Sea Cloud Ships
100% Loved It
  • World's most luxurious tall ship
  • Built in 1931 for heiress Marjorie Merriwether Post
  • Interiors restored to their original splendor
  • Launched: 1931 (rebuilt 1979); Passengers: 65
Sea Cloud Hussar
Sea Cloud Hussar
Ranked #2 of 3 Sea Cloud Ships
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  • Construction of stunning tall-ship is on hold
  • 440-foot-long, full-rigged, three-masted
  • Will feature traditional restaurant and a bistro
  • Launched: Spring 2010; Passengers: 136
River Cloud II
River Cloud II
Ranked #3 of 3 Sea Cloud Ships
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  • Riverboat plies the Rhine, Main, Mosel and Danube
  • Aims to convey the nostalgic charm of the 1930's
  • Decor punctuated by wood, plush furnishings, marble
  • Launched: 2001; Passengers: 88
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Sea Cloud Member Reviews

100% Loved It

An elegant grandmother, Sea Cloud is a four masted beauty from 1931. She has all the richness and character of a family possession designed by ... Read more

by Museum Travel

National Geographic charters the magnificent Sea Cloud 100 days a year. We sailed coastal Turkey and The Aegean up to Athens in May, 2014. ... Read more

by dstone06461

It was evident from the start that this tall ship cruise was a 5-star experience. There were 81 guests, mostly Germans. The ship’s language ... Read more

by gingerale3

Ship - Accommodation & Service - 4/5

The ship lived up to its reputation and our Junior Suite accommodation was superb. It was ... Read more

by rwlid
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