Confident Grande Dame, sporty style icon and generous hostess – the SEA CLOUD is a living legend. Built 90 years ago as a private luxury yacht, she combines extravagant charm and authentic windjammer feeling.

The most beautiful windjammer legend of all times and for many the true center of a journey for a maximum of 64 passengers.
The 32 cabins could hardly be more different: depending on your personal taste, you can live a little more luxuriously in one of the eight original cabins or a little more modern in the comfortable outer cabins.
Public areas
Everyone quickly finds their favorite place on board: whether it’s a sundowner at the lidobar, in the comfortable deckchair, in the Blue Lagoon or with the first coffee on the bridge.

Category AOwners’ Suite
Category BDeluxe Suite
Category CDeluxe Suite
Category 1Stateroom (double bed)
Category 2Stateroom (twin beds convertible to double bed)
Category 3Stateroom (twin beds)
Category 4Stateroom (twin beds)
Category 5Stateroom (lower and upper bed)
Suites with a bath, shower and WC
Suites/Staterooms with a shower and WC

Guaranteed stateroom: Space is limited. Allocations are at SEA CLOUD CRUISES’ discretion starting in Category 5. You will receive your exact stateroom number when arriving on board.



On a course that made history

Money was not an issue when Wall Street broker Edward Francis Hutton had the world’s largest private sailing yacht built in Kiel in 1931. He gave his wife, the glamorous Marjorie Merriweather Post, a free hand in the interior design of the new “Hussar”.
She furnished the four-master in a style-conscious manner with selected antiques and thus shaped its unmistakable character. The Hutton family spent at least nine months each year at sea, heading for the most exotic destinations. But the sweet life did not last forever – in her more than 90-year history, the proud SEA CLOUD sailed through some turbulence. But read it for yourself …


Technical data and sail diagram

Only five years after the construction of the last freight-only, square-rigged sailing boat, the SEA CLOUD was launched in 1931, continuing the tradition of these famous sailors.
She is also built as a four-masted barque. The first three masts are rigged with yards, the last mast with gaffs. The yard sails ensure fast propulsion and are perpendicular to the direction of the ship, while the gaff sails are lengthwise and improve maneuverability considerably. With a total length of 110 meters, 29 sails and about 3,000 square meters of sail area, the SEA CLOUD is comparable to the famous P-Liners. The underwater hull, however, is not built like a freight sailor, but rather like a sleek yacht.
Sail Diagram
Technical Data
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