We'd been with Sea Dream Yacht Club twice before and enjoyed it very much. This trip was our LAST on Sea Dream. We had booked back-to-back cruises for 2018 on board which we have now cancelled.
Our stateroom was OK...it was one of the ones that can be converted into a suite. The layout was set up for combining cabins...not for being an individual room.
The first week we had one chef and then the second week his contract was up so another chef came on board. The food the second week was a little better. The food, for the most part, was good. The bread was at best fair. We stopped at islands were terrific European bakeries, but bread was not one of the things the ship bought locally...they baked on board...but not well. Beef was always good...steaks and prime rib exceptional.
I said it all above...if you go avoid any cabin this is a "combination" cabin that can be transformed into a suite.
Downtown area was really nice. We rented a car and drove all over the island for a couple of hours. Don't rent a scooter...the streets are narrow and it's very hilly and unsafe.
Couldn't stop there due to weather.
We stayed overnight at Marriott's Frenchman's Reef Hotel. It's way out on the other side of the island along with 2 other Marriott properties and nothing else. The hotel was OK but really showed some age. There was a serious need for paint and other maintenance that was NOT being done.