An elegant ship complemented by our casual attitude
Sea Cloud accommodates 58 guests in 28 cabins, including two owner’s suites. All accommodations are outside facing, so you’ll have a window or porthole to catch a glimpse of the coast or islands we sail past. All cabins and suites aboard Sea Cloud are stylish and comfortable.
Cabin 1, the elegant original owner's cabin, decorated by the ship's original owner, Marjorie Merriweather Post.
Comfort & convenience in every room
Every cabin has temperature controls and a minibar stocked with soft drinks and bottled water. Ice is delivered twice daily. Each cabin is equipped with a telephone and small safe. You’ll find slippers, bathrobes, and umbrellas are provided; and each bathroom is stocked with shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, a shower cap, sewing kit, nail file, and a hairdryer. You’ll find a closet, some rooms have dressers, and there’s space for luggage storage under your bed. If your luggage happens to not fit, simply let our staff know and we’ll store it for you.
Sea Cloud’s exquisite original owner’s cabins stand as a testament to Marjorie Merriweather Post’s indulgence in luxury. She loved the best of everything—Carrara marble, golden bath fixtures, polished teak, and antique furniture. Today these suites embody that elegance with their large marble baths, fireplaces, overstuffed armchairs, and walk-in closets.
Original deluxe cabins
The spacious original cabins (categories A and B) feature artifacts collected by the Huttons from their travels around the world. These wood-paneled rooms feature various armchairs, marble fireplaces, and antique furnishings. All have two portholes. These cabins offer different bed configurations; you choose your preference at booking.
Sea Cloud’s modern cabins (categories 1-4) are a mix of converted original officers’ cabins and additions made to the ship in the 1970’s and recently updated. Category 1 and 2 cabins feature two single beds and a window, category 3 cabins have a window and twin beds that can be pushed together to make a queen bed (with one side against the wall), and category 4 cabins feature queen-sized or twin beds and a forward-facing window.
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