SeaDream's Latest Initiative to Spur Agent Sales


It’s called "Sell and Sail," and it's pretty simple: If travel agents sell one stateroom on one of two Caribbean, SeaDream Yacht Club nine-night voyages in March or April this year, the agent and a guest can sail on the same voyage for $100 per person, per day. Not too shabby at all.

The program is one of many initiatives SeaDream is employing to bolster agent sales during this tumultuous economic climate. These SeaDream I voyages (V1913 and V1915) from San Juan to St. Thomas with ports-of-call in the British and Puerto Rican Virgin Islands, French West Indies and Netherlands Antilles re priced from $2,999 per person ($333 per day) for the public and priced to sail for the alert travel professional. 

SeaDream Yacht Club’s twin yachts, SeaDream I and II, accommodate only 56 couples and 95 crew and pricing is all inclusive.


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