The incredible new 500ft mega yacht SeaDream Innovation that has its own seaplane | Daily Mail Online

Holidaymakers will soon be able to set sail on a 500ft mega yacht that boasts a helicopter, a seaplane, an in-ocean swimming pool and outdoor beds for sleeping beneath the stars.

Norwegian-based cruise company SeaDream Yacht Club is expanding its fleet with the SeaDream Innovation, which it says is ‘a new, revolutionary yacht, which will introduce the concept of global yachting’.

Incredible renderings show how the mega yacht – which will weigh 15,600 gross tons and boast 110 ocean-view suites – will have nine decks and be packed with features. Tickets for the maiden voyage will start at £32,000.

Norwegian-based cruise company SeaDream Yacht Club is expanding its fleet with the SeaDream Innovation mega yacht, pictured

Sea Dream Innovation, which is 500ft long and currently being built, boasts an in-ocean swimming pool and outdoor beds beneath the stars

SeaDream Innovation will commence sailing in September 2021. In its first year it will sail to all seven continents

A rendering showing what one of the ocean-view suites will look like. The liner will have a one-to-one guest-to-crew ratio

The accommodation is top notch, as you might expect.

It includes open-air ‘Balinese Dream Beds’, allowing up to 40 guests to sleep outside and watch starry skies as the vessel sails (weather permitting, obviously).

They come complete with heated blankets so guests don’t get too chilly.

Water activities that guests can take part in on voyages include kayaking and sailboat excursions.

SeaDream Innovation will weigh 15,600 gross tons and comes complete with 110 ocean-view suites

The accommodation includes ‘Balinese Dream Beds’, which will allow, weather permitting, duvet-based star gazing

SeaDream Yacht Club says the new vessel is ‘a new, revolutionary yacht, which will introduce the concept of global yachting’

Most meals are served in an open-air restaurant with striking views – and there is a one-to-one guest-to-crew ratio.

The helicopter will be housed in a hanger at the front of the yacht while the seaplane will, MailOnline Travel understands, be parked on top of the ship – presumably hoisted up there via a crane.

SeaDream Yacht Club was unable to provide any details. 

Atle Brynestad, owner, chairman and CEO of SeaDream Yacht Club, said: ‘This project has been a dream of mine for many years.

‘It has been a true labour of love to meticulously design every aspect of this yacht, from the interiors and facilities to the itineraries.’

SeaDream Innovation will commence sailing in September 2021. In its first year, it will sail to all seven continents, visiting over 200 ports in 49 countries.

SeaDream Innovation will sail to some of the world’s most remote and unique destinations. Its inaugural 70-day voyage will be from London to Ushuaia, Argentina

Atle Brynestad, owner, chairman and CEO of SeaDream Yacht Club, said: ‘It has been a true labour of love to meticulously design every aspect of this yacht, from the interiors and facilities to the itineraries’ 

Guests will explore the world’s most remote and unique destinations, including Svalbard, the Northwest Passage, Antarctica, the fjords of Norway, Japan, New Zealand, the Fiji Islands and the Great Barrier Reef.

Its inaugural 70-day voyage will be from London to Ushuaia, Argentina, with the cheapest ticket starting at £32,306 rising to £90,000 for a top suite. 

Highlights include visits to Cuba, Belize City, the Panama Canal transit, exploration of Peru and Chile and an eight-day Antarctica expedition. 

The incredible new 500ft mega yacht SeaDream Innovation that has its own seaplane

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