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Sea Cloud Ship Reviews

 
Ranked #1 of 3 Sea Cloud Ships
(5.0)


  • 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
Ranked #2 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
Ranked #3 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

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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 Marjorie Merriweather Post, ...

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. Everything about this trip was ...

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 is English, so the ...

by gingerale3
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