How to attract a crowd on a beach?

SeaDream II, the luxury small ship, has a quick way to “crowd source” in the real world – serve chilled champagne and caviar from a raft.

It’s called the “splash” – perhaps because of what happens after you’ve over-indulged! But, as you can see from our pictures of Boxing Day on Ko Lanta Yai island, it creates a happy crowd every time.

That’s Executive Hotel Manager Christophe Cornu in uniform. And yes, he is standing waste deep in the sea.

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This is one of SeaDream II’s first voyages through Asia, and the splash is the kind of experience the small ship is famous for.

It was complimented with a beach-side BBQ, and most of the young families aboard were happy to get in some tanning and swimming time.

Cruise directors love to end with a crescendo. And it was quickly followed by some snorkeling and sea sports off the Thai resort island of Phuket.

Read our full review of SeaDream II’s Asian tour – she is in the region until April, 2014 – in our next issue of Cruise Passenger Magazine.

And we would love to hear about your adventures over the holiday. Send us your pictures and stories to nahrain@cruisepassenger.com.au

Happy New Year – and smooth sailing in 2014.

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