The SeaDream II is indistinguishable from its sister ship, the SeaDream I. Both 112-passenger ships were thoroughly refitted in 2002, and both offer a casual, intimate, and sophisticated take on the cruise experience. A highlight of the all-inclusive sailings is the Champagne and Caviar Splash, a luxe beach barbecue offered on Caribbean itineraries, while the water sports marina lets passengers snorkel and sail off the stern of the ship. Like the SeaDream I's itineraries, most are around a week long—although the SeaDream II does have some longer northern European and transatlantic cruises. Also, there are Amazon river cruises that last almost three weeks, sailing between Barbados and Iquitos, a port on the Amazon River in Peru.