Due to increased demand, SeaDream Yacht Club has announced it is extending hours in its reservations department. Reservations services are now available on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. EST in addition to Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The company’s President, Bob Lepisto, said the cruise line has seen an increased demand for its 2018 Wine Voyages and itineraries to Spain and Croatia, making it necessary to extend the reservation hours. SeaDream will conclude its 2017 calendar with holiday sailings in the Caribbean before offering their full schedule in 2018 with trips set in both Cuba and the Mediterranean along with special themed voyages.
SeaDream has also announced that space is still available on the 2017 holiday sailings, with two seven-day voyages departing on Dec. 21. One these trips, guests can sail to the Caribbean’s more secluded ports on one of SeaDream’s 112-guest mega-yachts with its award-winning 95-person crew.
Departing from Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, the holiday cruises will tour through boutique ports including St. John, Saba in the Netherlands Antilles; St. Barths, Virgin Gorda, Tortola, Normal Island and Jost van Dyke.
On board, guests will be served award-winning seasonal fare and comforting dishes for Christmas Eve and Christmas day as they enjoy the high-end experiences that SeaDream provides, including unique shoreside excursions like a hiking trip to Caneel Bay in St. John, luxurious amenities, and water sports equipment like wave runners, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, and more.
For more, visit www.seadream.com.