SeaDream heading for Southern Caribbean 2016

By ,   June 25, 2015 ,   Cruise Industry

SeaDream Yacht Club twin mega-yachts are once again returning to the Caribbean for winter 2015-2016 season. Both ships will ring in the New Year with an overnight in Saint Barts on sold-out itineraries.

SeaDream I will then make her way to the Southern Caribbean with 12 sailings departing between January 3 and April 2. Highlights of the itineraries include St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Guadeloupe, St. Lucia and Martinique.

In response to popular demand, 3 round-trip sailings out of Bridgetown, Barbados, are available, complemented by 9 itineraries from Bridgetown to Marigot, St. Martin.

According to the manager of the SeaDream Yacht Club loyalty program, Adrienne d’Annunzio, the islands held a special place for SeaDream Yacht Club guests and crew, evident by their recent onboard fund-raiser benefitting Hands Across the Sea organization, dedicated to raising Caribbean literacy levels. He added they looked forwarding to exploring all of the islands in 2016, especially the less-sailed, including the Grenadines.

Shore excursions include a trip to the private island of Mustique, measuring just 3 by 1 1/2 miles, home to Tommy Hilfiger and Mick Jagger, among other celebrities.

The signature of SeaDream “Champagne and Caviar Splash” is available on all 2016 Southern Caribbean cruises. Passengers wade into the surf and indulge in bubbles and  premium caviar served on a surfboard in white linens. They can then eat a BBQ lunch on the beach and lounge, swim or snorkel.

Inclusive fares for the 112-guest yachts begin at $3,500, based on double occupancy.