Sea Cloud II
© Erwin Willemse
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 2001 by Astilleros Gondán, S.A. (Spain) (Yard No 405) as a Barque/Cruise Ship
- Length: 109.90 m (overall) 81.5 m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 16.0 m
- Depth: 9.45 m
- Draught: 5.70 m
- Tonnage: 3,849 gross/1,154 net/ 379 deadweight
- Propulsion: 23 sails + 2 Four stroke Krupp MaK 8 M 20 diesels
- Power: 2,480 kW/3,330 HP
- Speed: 14 knots (max)
- Passenger Decks: 4
- Capacity: 96 passengers
- Crew: 65
- Call Sign: 9HUE6
- IMO Number: 9171292
- Official Number: 7042
- Port of Registry: Valletta/Malta, Germany
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June 24th 1998: Laid down.
March 18th 1999: Launched. However, the owner’s exacting demands in relation to interior fit out caused delivery problems and personnel problems. This led to a roughly one-year delay.
© Erwin Willemse
December 29th 2001: Delivered to Schifffahrtsgesellschaft Sea Cloud II mbH & Co KG. Operator; Sea Cloud Cruises GmbH
January 22nd 2001: Completed.
© Aleksi Lindström
February 6th 2001: Christened. She sails mainly in the Mediterranean in summer and in the Caribbean in winter. Her Atlantic crossings between these two regions are also marketed as cruises.
2016: Owner: Schiffahrts-Gesellschaft “SEA CLOUD II” mbH & Co. KG (10379955). Manager: Hansa Shipping GmbH & Co. KG (174277).
© Gena Amfimov
June 11th 2018: Arrived in Dover.
🆕© Neil Hopper (All)
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: Gena Amfimov, Neil Hopper, Aleksi Lindström and Erwin Willemse for their assistance in producing this feature.