Conover appointed to chief executive role with SeaDream Yacht Club

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3rd Jan 2013
Conover appointed to chief executive role with SeaDream Yacht Club

SeaDream Yacht Club has appointed Pamela Conover as its chief executive.

Conover, an internationally acclaimed luxury cruise line executive, was president and chief executive of Seabourn Cruise Line during the introduction of the Odyssey class ships and president of Cunard Line during the introduction of Queen Mary 2.

“I am very excited to take on the chief executive role at SeaDream Yacht Club which delivers award winning experiences aboard its two, 56 stateroom mega-yachts SeaDream I and II,” said Conover.

The expression “yachting” is not only a sentiment about size; it is a statement about lifestyle aboard the small vessels.

Chic and stylish SeaDream’s 56-sateroom twin yachts are favoured for their elegant informality, state-of-the-art facilities, personal service provided by a crew of 95, inclusive open bar and gratuities, ocean view accommodations, luxury spa and world-class cuisine.

Itineraries include the Caribbean, Costa Rica, the Amazon, the Mediterranean and Black Sea and Asia.

Atle Brynestad, chairman and owner of SeaDream Yacht Club said: “I welcome Pam to take my role as the chief executive of SeaDream, so I can spend more time towards the long term planning for SeaDream and also more time to my other businesses.

“I am delighted to have an executive of Pam’s talent and expertise to lead the SeaDream management team.

“We have worked together over the years and have a great track record of success together.”

Conover will be based in SeaDream’s Miami office and she will have the worldwide responsibility for SeaDream Yacht Club.

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