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SeaDream II Review

5.0 / 5.0
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36 reviews

Best cruise we ever took

Review for SeaDream II to Europe
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gwennw
6-10 Cruises • Age 2020s

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Sail Date: Jun 2018
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Although I love cruising, I have become very disillusioned with the large cruise lines. I do not like crowds and having to wake up early to get a lounge chair or breakfast table. After doing some research into smaller cruise lines I came across SeaDream Yacht. With only 100 passengers and 95 crew members, I thought this would be perfect. There were many interesting itineraries to choose from, but we ended up choosing a cruise that would start and end in Rome and take us to the Amalfi coast.

Embarkment was a breeze. There were no lines and we were immediately greeted with refreshments in the lounge. What a relaxing way to start our trip. We enjoyed cocktails and delicious snacks before even checking in! When we were ready to check in, we simply walked to the desk, gave our names, and we were given out ID card.

Our cabin was on Deck 4 and was roomy and comfortable. Plenty of storage space for our stuff. We had a large picture window, as none of the cabins on SeaDream have balconies. I definitely missed having a balcony, but we were able to be out on a deck in under a minute.

Cabin Review

Cabin Deck 4 Stateroom

All cabins are the same size. You pay based on what deck you stay on. Decks 3 and 4 are identical. The cabins on Deck 2 have 2 porthole windows, rather than a large picture window. Cabin 413 was very quiet and located next to the spa.

Port Reviews

Corsica (Ajaccio)

We hiked up to the top of the island to explore.

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