64Ship Type: Sailing Vessel
The Sea Cloud is a legendary windjammer. Both a private home and sailing vessel, the Sea Cloud has retained her original charm while featuring the most modern amenities.
The elegance of times gone by has been preserved on the ship, whether on the bridge or in the blue lagoon, the promenade deck, or in the restaurant. She features an array of impressive marble fireplaces, charming teak wood benches, elegant woods, golden taps, and carefully selected decorative antiques.
The Sea Cloud offers several public decks. The lounge features high-quality literature, popular board games, and a writing desk. Next door, the oak-paneled restaurant is large enough to fit all of its passengers in a single sitting. The Lido Deck is ideal for snacking and admiring the passing scenery, and features a well-stocked bar and pianist. There is also a hospital onboard.
There are many wonderful spots where you can relax and unwind, from countless deckchairs to elegant mahogany benches and the blue lagoon, where you can gaze up at the masts. Watching the movement of the sails and all the traditional tasks associated with a majestic sailing ship is one of the most wonderful activities on the high seas. Excellent views of the sea and the 30 majestic sails can be enjoyed from the Sea Cloud's bridge, where a range of historic nautical instruments almost conceal the modern technology.
All the 32 cabins on board have their own, unique charm. If you want a stylishly elegant, cozy and modern cabin, then your best option would be one of the 18 outer cabins on the Lido or Promenade decks; these modern cabins have been seamlessly integrated into the ship. Perhaps the most maritime cabins are the four former officers' cabins, which have been carefully restored. These cabins feature a pair of bunks and a door which leads straight out onto the covered section of the promenade deck. On the main deck you will find the remarkable original cabins. Among these are the two famous suites which were once occupied by the ship's owners.
Length: 109,50 m / 360 ft
Beam: 14,94 m / 50 ft
Draft: 5,13 m / 17 ft
Height of main mast above deck: 54,20 m / 178 ft
Total sail area: 3.000 m² / 32,000 sq ft
Number of sails: 30
Main engine: 2 SKL diesel engines
Engine output: 3,000 HP
Speed: approx. 10 kn (max.)
Range: 10,000 nautical miles (at 8 kn), 1 nautical mile = approx. 2,000 yards
Voltage: 220 V/50 Hz
Passengers: max. 64
Year constructed: 1931, renovated in 2011