SeaDream Yacht Club introduces 2025 Caribbean Season

   December 8, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

SeaDream Yacht Club announced its Caribbean season will sail to the most secluded destinations and small, intimate harbours ideal for the 56-stateroom twin yachts, SeaDream I and SeaDream II.

Perfect for vacationers who wish to explore the far reaches of the Caribbean, the itineraries carry passengers to exotic islands like Mayreau, Bequia, and Prickly Pear BVI, among many others.

Already open for bookings, SeaDream’s 2025 Caribbean program (January 2025 through April 2025) features 32 different itineraries. Whether it is the British Virgin Islands, the Puerto Rico Archipelago’s crown jewel, uninhabited Culebrita Island, or French-infused Iles des Saintes, Guadeloupe, each journey offers a different yachting experience.

Several of the early 2025 Caribbean itineraries of SeaDream Yacht Club calling on a new island each day include:

SeaDream II cruise ship

With the company’s recently unveiled US$10 million yacht renovations, passengers explore the best of the Caribbean in new surroundings. SeaDream's experiences offer ample opportunities to relax in understated elegance, with 5-star al fresco dining, highly anticipatory service, and an open-air ambiance personalized to guests' tastes. The turquoise water of the Caribbean is perfect for the enhanced watersports marina that is complete with a new water slide and equipped with yachting toys like snorkeling gear, sailboats, kayaks, wakeboards, stand-up paddleboards, Hobie CatTM catamarans, a banana boat, a floating island and trampoline, and wave runners/jet skis.

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