SeaDream Yacht Club Offers Free Voyages to Agents Who Reserve Five New Bookings


The SeaDream I is participating in the "Sell 5, Sail Free" offer for reservations on sailings from September 3 through December 17, 2011. // (c) 2011 SeaDream.

SeaDream Yacht Club is offering travel professionals the opportunity to sail free by April 14, 2012. IATAN and CLIA-certified professionals simply need to reserve five new bookings on voyages sailing September 3 through December 17, 2011. Once full payment is made on the five qualifying bookings, the travel professional along with a companion (sailing in the same stateroom) may reserve their free voyage.

SeaDream has 26 voyages that qualify for the “Sell 5, Sail Free” offer. These are Mediterranean and Caribbean voyages sailing just prior to the Christmas voyage. Rates start as low as $2,199 per person for a 5-night voyage. The twin mega-yachts SeaDream I & II accommodate a maximum of 112 guests, and are run by a crew of 95. SeaDream’s Caribbean voyages include the Champagne and Caviar Splash and ample opportunity to enjoy the complimentary water toys, including wave runners, glass bottom kayaks, Hobie Cats, laser sailboats and more.

Fares include all meals, wine with lunch and dinner, open bar with selected premium brands, gratuities and more. Limited space is available and is capacity controlled. These offerings may be withdrawn at any time. The promotion is valid for new reservations only made after August 15, 2011 and under full deposit by December 1, 2011. The free voyage is guaranteed on a 7-day voyage in deck 2 stateroom sailed by April 14, 2012, non transferable and not applicable to holiday sailings. Travel professionals must have a valid IATAN or CLIA card. The free voyage does not include Government fees, handling and service charges.

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