SeaDream Yacht Club Debuts 2026 Caribbean Season

SeaDream Yacht Club has unveiled itineraries for its 2026 Caribbean season, including destinations such as Sandy Ground, Prickly Pear, Lovango Cay, Mayreau and Bequia. Open for reservations, these Caribbean voyages sail January through April 2026 aboard the luxury twin yachts, SeaDream I and SeaDream II.

SeaDream’s early 2026 Caribbean voyages total 33 itineraries visiting 39 destinations in the British Virgin Islands, the Windward and Leeward Islands, Turks & Caicos, and the Bahamas. Of the 33 voyages, 24 begin from U.S. ports of call, including San Juan, St. Thomas and Palm Beach. New 10- and 11-day journeys through Barbados offer new ports such as two nights in St. Barth’s, overnights in Bequia, and evening beach parties in St. Kitts. Calls until midnight in Trellis Bay, Jost van Dyke, Esperanza and Grand Turk allow guests to experience nightlife.

Highlights of SeaDream Yacht Club’s new 2026 Caribbean itineraries include:

  • The Best of the Secluded Caribbean” cruise sailing from San Juan to Bridgetown (January 10-20). The 10-day itinerary includes the private island of Lovango Cay, two days in both St. Barth’s and Bequia, and Tobago Cays, where guests can swim with the native sea turtles.
  • Grand Island Adventure” voyage from San Juan to St. Thomas (January 31 to February 7). The seven-day trip includes an evening in Trellis Bay for a “Full Moon Party,” Sandy Ground, two days in St. Barth’s, Virgin Gorda and Norman Island, where guests follow in the footsteps of early adventurers that inspired Robert Louis Stevenson’s pirate novel “Treasure Island.”
  • St. Barths & Caribbean Gems” cruise from Philipsburg to St. Thomas (March 1-8). The seven-day itinerary includes Antigua’s historic Falmouth Bay, South Friars Bay, where guests will enjoy a party at the Carambola Beach Club, Îles des Saintes with snorkeling and hiking opportunities, an overnight in St. Barth’s, and “Champagne & Caviar Splash” in Jost van Dyke’s White Bay.
  • Bountiful Bahamas” cruise, roundtrip from Palm Beach (April 5-12). On this seven-day cruise, guests can explore Andros Island’s Great Barrier Reef; Emerald Bay on Great Exuma; Gordon’s Beach on the southern tip of Long Island; the two-square-mile-long island of Staniel Cay, in the Exumas, where guests can swim with the native island pigs; and West End, Grand Bahamas.

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