SeaDream Opens 2017

| Wednesday, 20 Jan. 2016

SeaDream Yacht Club Opens Reservations for 2017 Season

MIAMI, January 19, 2016 - SeaDream Yacht Club announces the opening of reservations for all 2017 sailings, a season highlighting the world’s most sought-after destinations. Featuring many secluded harbors and ports of the Caribbean and the Mediterranean, the 112-guest luxury mega-yachts SeaDream I and SeaDream II will offer 80 sailings in the waters surrounding these beautiful locations.

“The 2017 season exemplifies the true yachting experience as our mega-yachts call on small Caribbean destinations of Jost van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands and sophisticated secluded European locales including Paros in the Greek Isles,” shares SeaDream Yacht Club President Bob Lepisto. “Each itinerary visits multiple ports away from larger vessels where SeaDream guests can explore ashore with no lines and return to their yacht for award-winning personalized service.”

Sailing the Caribbean, SeaDream will not only visit islands traditionally frequented by cruise travelers, but will also offer luxury yachting experiences in secluded ports such as Saba as well as Culebrita and Vieques, Puerto Rico. Other Caribbean destinations include St. Barts, Barbados, the French West Indies, the Grenadines and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Easily accessible embarkation and debarkation ports such San Juan, Puerto Rico and Bridgetown, Barbados ensure plenty of flight options to rendezvous with SeaDream I and SeaDream II.

Itineraries in the Caribbean emphasize relaxation and rejuvenation. Travelers can take advantage of the SeaDream Spa, with the highest therapist-to-guest ratio at sea. They can splash in the surf with a bevy of water toys, including stand-up paddleboards and wave runners, available in the yacht’s marina. Guests can partake in the revelry of special beachside culinary experiences like the signature Champagne and Caviar Splash™, served on china aboard a white linen-sheathed surfboard.

During the European season of 2017, SeaDream will visit some of the most colorful and contrasting ports of Southern Europe as both yachts sail the waters of the Amalfi Coast, the Aegean and Greek Islands, the Balearic Islands, the Adriatic Sea and Croatian Coasts, the French and Italian Rivieras, Monaco, and Turkey.

On SeaDream, travelers can explore locales on immersive holidays as they would on their own personal yacht. Guests will enjoy the sights of exclusive harbors like Porto Cervo, where larger ships cannot go. They can also indulge in land adventures at their own pace using the yacht’s complimentary mountain bikes to trek the hillsides of villages like Bonifacio on the French island of Corsica.

For a truly epic SeaDream Yacht Club experience, the 2017 season offers four 13-day transatlantic crossings, allowing guests the opportunity to indulge in all the two yachts have to offer including the SeaDream Spa and outstanding cuisine.

Defined by the statement, “It’s yachting, not cruising,” SeaDream was named the Best Small Luxury Cruise Ship of 2015 by Forbes. Ideal for the active traveler, both SeaDream I and SeaDream II are equipped with wave runners, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and many other watersports activities, all of which can be launched directly from the yachts’ Marina. With the highest therapist-to-guest ratio at sea, the SeaDream Spa ensures complete rejuvenation for its guests. 

Inclusive yachting fares of four to 13-day sailings begin at $1,999 based on double occupancy. For inquiries, contact a travel professional or SeaDream Yacht Club at 1-800-707-4911 or visit

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