© John JonesMV SeaDream I – Past and Present

MV SeaDream I

ex Seabourn Goddess I, Sea Goddess I

© John Jones

SeaDream I © John Jones

Steel twin screw motor vessel built by Aker Finnyards, Rauma, Finland (Yard No 466) in 1984 for Norske Cruise as a Passenger (Cruise) Ship

Technical Data

  • Cost: $34 million
  • Length: 104.81m (overall), 90.56m (between perpendiculars)
  • Breadth of hull: 14.61m
  • Depth: 6.00m
  • Draught: 4.17m
  • Tonnage: 4,333 gross/1,277 net/450 deadweight (summer)
  • Engines: Two Wartsila Vasa 12V22HF diesels
  • Power: 3,540 kW/4,814 bhp
  • Speed: 17.5 knots
  • Capacity: 116
  • Passenger decks: 5
  • Crew: 95
  • Call Sign: LMXP3, C6PW8
  • MMSI Number: 308908000
  • IMO Number: 8203438
  • Registry: Oslo/Norway (1984-1995), Douglas/Isle of Man (1995-2000), Nassau/Bahamas
  • Sister Ship: SeaDream II

Current Location

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1984: Operator; Partrederiet Norwegian Cruise, Oslo. as SEA GODDESS I.

Nigel Thornton Collection

Nigel Thornton Collection

1990 – 1999: Charter to Cunard Line, Bahamas.

© Tony Garner

© Tony Garner

February 2000: Charter to Seabourne Cruise Line, Bahamas. Renamed SEABOURN GODDESS I.

Seabourn Postcard

Seabourn Postcard

August 31st  2001: Renamed SEADREAM I. Owner; Seadream Yacht Club Management. Manager; Seadream Yacht Club Management.

© John Jones

© John Jones

© Ken Smith  © Ken Smith

© Ken Smith

2019: Remains in service with SeaDream Yacht Club AS.

All information is believed to be correct and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions. All items included in this article are subject to © copyright. We would like to take this opportunity of thanking: Tony Garner, John Jones and Ken Smith for their assistance in producing this feature.

Article © Nigel Thornton and Ray Goodfellow (Dover Ferry Photos Group)

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