SeaDream Yacht Club announced the opening of reservations for 2018 spring cruises, a season highlighting some of the most sought-after destinations of the tropics.
Featuring plenty of secluded ports and harbors of the Caribbean, the 112-passenger luxury mega-yachts SeaDream I and SeaDream II will offer 24 journeys in the turquoise waters of Leeward and Windward Islands, from January through April, 2018.
“The 2018 spring season exemplifies the true yachting experience as our mega-yachts call on intimate Caribbean moorings such as Jost van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands and St. Barts of the French West Indies,” shares SeaDream Yacht Club President Bob Lepisto.
“Thanks to the smaller size of our yachts, we are able to offer exclusive access to many of the most beautiful boutique harbors and secluded beaches in the region.”
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 the French West Indies, the Grenadines and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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, or splash in the surf with a bevy of complimentary water toys, including stand-up paddleboards and wave runners – all of which are available from the yacht’s marina. A highlight of every Caribbean voyage, guests partake in the revelry of SeaDream’s signature Champagne and Caviar Splash™, a decadent beachside BBQ served on china.
For a truly epic SeaDream Yacht Club experience, the 2018 spring season offers two transatlantic crossings lasting 11 and 12 days, allowing guests the opportunity to indulge in all the two yachts have to offer including the SeaDream Spa and outstanding cuisine.
Inclusive yachting fares of seven to 12-day spring 2018 sailings begin at $3,199 per person based on double occupancy.
Source: SeaDream Yacht Club