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Once the private yacht of E. F. Hutton
and Marjorie Merriweather Post,
the four-masted square-rigger Sea
Cloud was built in 1931.
Appointed with precious woods,
Carrara marble, brass fixtures, and
antiques, the ship features 32 outside
staterooms and cabins equipped with
windows or portholes and en suite
bathrooms. The two spacious Owner’s
Suites (Cat. A), once the quarters of
Hutton and Post, have sitting areas,
decorative fireplaces, and walk-in closets,
and were elegantly appointed by
Mrs. Post herself. Common areas on
the ship include a first-class restaurant,
a bar and lounge, and two sun decks.
Category 3 Cabin
Watch as the crew works on the sails and climbs the rigging.