Sea Goddess II

The Sea Goddess Line was developed with the vision to create eight identical luxury yachts. The ambitious project resulted in two vessels, with Sea Goddess II entering service in 1985.

Before any further ships were completed, the company faced financial trouble. Cunard Line acquired management right for these highly regarded ships, and formed Cunard Sea Goddess, a brand designed  to oversee these two vessels.

When Carnival Corporation purchased Cunard in 1998, Cunard Line was merged with Seabourn, another Carnival brand. Seabourn operated a fleet of three luxury Yachts, similar in size and scale to the Sea Goddesses.

Sea Goddess II was moved to Seabourn in January 2000. Here, she was renamed Seabourn Goddess II. Her time at Seabourn was short lived, and today she sail as Sea Dream II as part of the Sea Dream Yacht Club.

Image sourced with permission from: Simplon Post Cards