It’s Real! Luxury Yacht Line Unveils Exciting Additions Including A Water Slide Into The Sea

SeaDream Yacht Club has announced exciting news for the 2024 summer season, including new upgrades, expanded menus and an incredible slide making its debut in the Mediterranean.

SeaDream Yacht Club Water Slide

Firstly, the cruise line has unveiled an expanded plant-based menu. SeaDream was the first cruise line to introduce a plant menu all the way back in 2011, and now it has the best options at sea, with 2024 seeing more options than ever before.

Guests who want to enjoy a plant-based menu can enjoy five-course dinners each night, with new items every day and no repeated menu on a seven-day cruise.

And of course, like all SeaDream guests, they can enjoy outdoor dining at any time – there’s capacity for all guests to enjoy al fresco dining together if they wish, something you won’t find on any other cruise ship.

Guests will also be able to enjoy the first and only water slide that takes you directly from the ship to the sea.

The 23.5-foot-long inflatable slide takes guests on a 19-foot plunge from the pool deck into the waters of the Caribbean or, for the first time in 2024, the Mediterranean.

SeaDream I underwent a dry dock renovation in May 2024, with SeaDream II soon to get the same treatment.

As part of these upgrades, SeaDream I has seen all suites and staterooms refreshed, along with public areas and open deck spaces.

The SeaClub lounging space now has new couples’ hot tubs with unobstructed views, along with plush sun loungers, a golf simulator and hammocks for unwinding.

The panoramic gym, sauna and SeaDream Spa were also renovated during the drydock.

There were ‘behind-the-scenes’ upgrades too, with the ship now enabled to connect to shore power, eliminating emissions in ports where shore power is available.

SeaDream II already has this upgrade, meaning that SeaDream is the first cruise line to have an entire fleet enabled for shore power.

There are a host of new ports that guests can enjoy in both the Mediterranean and Caribbean too. New ports on Europe cruises include Taranto (Italy), Vlore (Albania), Krk (Croatia) and two African ports – Tangier (Morroco) and Tunis (Tunisia).

The Caribbean season will start in November and will include first-time visits to Boqueron (Puerto Rico), which is exclusive to SeaDream Yacht Club and has one of the country’s most beautiful beaches.

Guests can also visit Salinas in Puerto Rico, and Deshaies in Guadeloupe, for the first time on a SeaDream ship.

The cruise line has also committed to improving Transatlantic cruises, for guests who want to sail on a ship as it transitions between the Mediterranean and Caribbean seasons.

While the sailings have already featured a number of guest lecturers across a range of subjects, and a host of enrichment activities, there will now also be professional instructors for art and bridge on select voyages.

Other Transatlantic cruises offer guests the chance to sleep under the stars on a Balinese Dream Bed or, weather permitting, swim in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.

2024 certainly looks like a very exciting time to book a SeaDream Yacht cruise!

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