SeaDream announces 2022 Mediterranean cruises

   December 9, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

The ultra-premium travel brand SeaDream Yacht Club introduced its 2022 Mediterranean season featuring some new itineraries of which a pair of Black Sea cruises and an Eastern Mediterranean journey with a return to Israel.

In 2022, SeaDream will also recreate some of the Mediterranean sailings that were cancelled this year due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The announcement comes as the company opened for booking 47 new Mediterranean voyages for 2022. The newly announced season, kicking off April 2022 through November 2022 is brimming with intriguing destinations. The luxury twin mega-yachts SeaDream I and SeaDream II are due to sail to exclusive spots like the island of Santorini (Greece), historic Istanbul (Turkey), and the paradise playground of Saint-Tropez (France).

The new sailings include 2 Black Sea voyages, one in June and another one in August 2022. The Eastern Mediterranean cruise, with a call at Haifa (Israel), is scheduled for May 2022. 

SeaDream II cruise ship

Highlights of SeaDream's 2022 Mediterranean cruises include:

  • Santorini, Greece - a well-frequented port of call while aboard the yachts of SeaDream. Recognized for its archaeological significance, the line's Club Members enjoy exploring Santorini island and partake in its world-famous cuisine.
  • Istanbul, Turkey - selected as a European Capital of Culture for 2010. The city's historic areas were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List back in 1985. Istanbul is transcontinental, straddling the Bosporus, one of the busiest waterways in the world.
  • Haifa, Israel is where SeaDream returns, and guests can be dazzled by one of the world's most meticulously maintained parks, the terraced Baha’i Gardens. They can also ascend further up the holy mountain via a cable car, alighting at a lookout close to the Carmelite Monastery of Stella Maris.

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