SeaDream Yacht Club Goes Golfing in the Caribbean

SeaDream Yacht Club has teamed up with a dozen golf courses throughout the Caribbean for voyages on the mega-yachts Sea Dream I and Sea Dream II through the end of April 2013.

Travelers will be able to play courses designed by big names like George and Tom Fazio, Robert Trent Jones, Arthur Hills, Greg Norman and Pete Dye. Bob Lepsito, SeaDream’s president and golf enthusiast, said, “Many of these courses are quite challenging. The scenery is incredible and the views are breathtaking. We’ve got a 30-course golf simulator onboard for practice and eight massage therapists in our Spa to ease tired muscles.”

SeaDream offers optional Golf at these Caribbean courses:
•         El Conquistador Resort: when calling on Fajardo, Puerto Rico
•         Mahogany Run: when calling on Cruz Bay, St John, USVI
•         Temenos: when calling on Sandy Ground, Anguilla
•         Costa Caribe: when calling on Ponce, Puerto Rico
•         Teeth of the Dog: when calling on La Romana, Dominican Republic
•         Dorado Beach Resort’s East Course: when calling on Arecibo, Puerto Rico
•         Las Lagunas Country Club: when calling on Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
•         Royal Isabela: when calling on Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
•         St. Lucia Golf Resort & Country Club: when calling on Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia
•         Trump International Golf Club / The Grenadines Estate / Raffles Resort: when calling on Canouan, Grenadines
•         Golf De La Martinique: when calling on Grande De Anse, Martinique, FWI
•         The Four Seasons: when calling on Charlestown, Nevis
 
Golf is optional and not included in the voyage fare.

View SeaDream's Golf brochure at http://brochures.seadream.com/golf-voyages-usd/

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