SeaDream Adds New Voyages, Guest Services

SeaDream Yacht Club opens its books on 2007 sailings with more beach visits, more late night and overnight stays in port, as well as new ports in the Caribbean, Mediterranean and the Greek Islands. SeaDream I and II will primarily sail seven- to 10-night voyages in Europe in summer and in South America and the Caribbean in winter. New ports for 2007 include Anegada, Barbuda, Vieques and Culebrita in the Caribbean; Paxoi, Paros, Molyvos, Syros, Kos and Ithaki in the Greek Islands and Port Camargue, France along the Mediterranean coast. The new schedule is posted at [www.seadreamyachtclub.com]. SeaDream also announced a new advance online booking system for its SeaDream Spa. Agents may access the Web site and then link into the spa site, or visit the spa booking site directly at [www.seadreamspa.com]. Finally, SeaDream has become the first major cruise line to offer a "blog" for guests. Called SeaDream News and Notes, the blog is at [www.seadreamblog.com].

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