Specially selected fabrics, woodwork and accessories give the cabins of the Sea Cloud II an enchanting, timeless elegance that will help make your holiday as luxurious as possible. Even the bathrooms offer great luxury with marble basins and golden faucets.
The restaurant of the Sea Cloud II offers service and dining of the finest degree. Pamper your palate with exclusive menus created by master chefs, including both Nouvelle Cuisine and carefully selected regional specialties, as well as with renowned wines from the finest vineyards. The atmosphere in the restaurant is relatively casual with unassigned seating, however the Farewell and Captain’s Dinners take place in a more formal, festive atmosphere. A rich breakfast can be found in the lounge on the Lido Deck each morning. There guests are also welcome to enjoy afternoon treats with an unbeatable view of the surrounding landscapes, as well as midnight snacks. The warm colors, finest mahogany furniture and live music from the Steinway grand piano in the lounge make it the perfect place to find relaxation and rejuvenation.
Entertainment and Activities
Go on a shopping spree in the boutique on board the Sea Cloud II, where you can find wonderful souvenirs from your dream cruise. The library is a pleasant, quiet space in which to read a good book, borrow a video for your cabin, write letters and postcards, send emails or play games—no boredom is allowed on this ship! Experience a world of relaxation and beautiful scenery on board the Lido Deck. Enjoy the sunset from the railing, sunbathe or read in a deck chair, get to know other passengers and observe sailing maneuvers firsthand. Early risers can enjoy an impressive sunrise at the “Early Bird” Breakfast, and night owls can enjoy
Wellness and Sport
The actively-inclined are welcome to walk and jog in the fitness studio, followed by a relaxing visit to the sauna. Surfboards and snorkeling equipment are also available for guests to use.
You may dress however you feel comfortable, whether it be casual, summery or smart, it's up to you. Only at the traditional Captain's Dinner do we recommend more formal attire.