SeaDream opens all 2024 Mediterranean cruises on both refurbished yachts SeaDream I and SeaDream II

   July 8, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

SeaDream Yacht Club recently announced the opening of all 2024 Mediterranean voyages on its newly renovated yachts - SeaDream I and SeaDream II.

Responding to passenger requests to reserve well ahead of their voyage, SeaDream is now accepting reservations for all 2024 sailings.

In May 2024, the ultra-luxury travel brand is expected to commence the Mediterranean season based on 86 ports in 16 countries. Itineraries range between 6-12 nights, with opportunities to be combined into B2Bs/back-to-backs without duplicating call ports.

New destinations for 2024 include Crotone and Taranto in Italy, Krk (Croatia), Tangier (Morocco), Vlore (Albania), and Tunis (Tunisia).

SeaDream stays overnight in 12 different ports including Amalfi (Ravello, Italy), Positano (Italy), Hvar (Croatia), Santorini (Greece), and Villefranche-sur-Mer (Nice, France Riviera).

The 2024 Mediterranean season of SeaDream Yacht Club includes a rare 12-day sailing from Istanbul (Turkey) to Venice (Marghera, Italy), named "In the Footsteps of Marco Polo" and embarking on June 30. Ports of call include Kepez and Kusadasi in Turkey; Mykonos and Santorini in Greece; Corinth Canal transit; Itea (Delphi) and Parga in Greece; Dubrovnik, Hvar, Sibenik, and Rovinj in Croatia; Piran (Slovenia).

SeaDream II cruise ship

More compelling Mediterranean itineraries for 2024 include the 8-day "The Iberian Coast & the Maltese Islands" from Malaga (Spain) to Valletta (Malta); 7-day "Dalmatian Coast Discovery" from Venice (Italy) to Dubrovnik (Croatia); 8-day "Secluded Southern Italy & Greece" from Valletta (Malta) to Athens (Piraeus, Greece); 7-day "Spanish Riviera Revealed" from Barcelona (Spain) to Malaga (Spain).

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