SeaDream Yacht Club Introduces 2019 and 2020 Grand Voyages

SeaDream Yacht Club

SeaDream Yacht Club rolled out its 2019 and 2020 Grand Voyage Collection this week. Offering four options in 2019 and up to 18 in 2020, the company’s grand voyages combine multiple successive itineraries for an extended journey with back to back sailings receiving 10 percent of each consecutive segments.

The cruise company’s Grand Voyage Collection offers in-depth sailings across single regions as well as transatlantic crossings. Popular regional itineraries combine ports in the French and Italian Riviera, Greek Isles, Adriatic Sea, the Spanish coast and more. Transatlantic grand voyages sail to unique ports in the Caribbean and Mediterranean with a wealth of activities available for guests as they cross the Atlantic.

SeaDream Yacht Club grand voyages can combine up to 25 ports into one journey. Some examples include: Taste of the Adriatic, a 21-day trip through the Adriatic Sea’s top destinations; Spanish Siesta, a transatlantic voyage leaving from Barcelona; and Purely Mediterranean, an itinerary that features multiple overnight stays in popular ports like Ibiza and Corsica.

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SeaDream Yacht Club sails two twin mega-yachts: SeaDream I and SeaDream II. The ships, holding a maximum of 56 couples and 95 crew members, sail seven- to 15-day voyages. Passengers have access to an array of services, activities, water toys, dining, drinks and more, all available through SeaDream’s inclusive fare.

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