Exclusive 2019 Cuba Itineraries From SeaDream Yacht Club

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SeaDream Yacht Club unveiled their new itineraries of immersive sailings around Cuba for the Spring 2019 season. Guests aboard the 112-guest, 95-crew mega-yacht SeaDream II will depart from Havana or Cienfuegos and circumnavigate the island on a seven-day voyage. Important to note: The 2019 sailings around Cuba from SeaDream Yacht Club will be available only for a limited time.

The island-nation—still inaccessible to many—has a rich culture and history to pair with its natural beauty; both of which can be explored on port excursions. SeaDream’s Cuba sailings will sail around the island, making stops in the country’s most storied (and least-traveled) ports.

Ports on SeaDream Yacht Club’s 2019 Cuba sailings include:

  • Trinidad
  • Cayo Largo
  • Isla de Juventud
  • Maria la Gorda

Fares for the seven-day Cuba voyages start at $4,599 per guest plus fees, which includes ocean view accommodations, gourmet meals, gratuities, wine with lunch and dinner and more. Aboard the SeaDream II, a variety of services, activities, water toys, dining, wine, premium drinks and gratuities are also provided in SeaDream’s inclusive fare.

These voyages are first available exclusively for past guests of SeaDream to reserve from September 5 to September 13. The general public may make reservations starting September 13.

For more information, visit seadream.com.

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