SeaDream Yacht Club Opens Reservations for 2020 Season

SeaDream Yacht Club

SeaDream Yacht Club has officially opened reservations for all of its 2020 sailings. SeaDream will kick off the year in the Caribbean, which will include calls in Cuba and some of the region’s most popular destinations. Then, the 2020 Mediterranean season will return to popular ports and incorporate new ones including: Ikaria, Greece; Vis, Croatia; Santa Maria di Leuca, Italy; and Koper, Slovenia.

Itineraries in the Caribbean will emphasize the area’s natural beauty, harbors and beaches. A new port of call for SeaDream during the 2020 season is Basseterre, St. Kitts, one of the oldest towns in the eastern Caribbean. Additionally, SeaDream will be returning to Cuba in 2020. The Cuba voyages will navigate the island from Havana to Cienfuegos, with up to six stops in some of the country’s most storied and least-traveled ports.

SeaDream’s ships will spend the summer of 2020 in the Mediterranean. Guests can sail through the French and Italian Riviera, Greek Isles, the Spanish Mediterranean coast and to many less crowded ports in the region. The Mediterranean season also includes stops in Kusadasi, Turkey, more itineraries showcasing Greece and Croatia, and more overnight stays to provide ample time for enjoying the region’s culture and sights.

With a maximum of only 56 couples and a 95-person crew, SeaDream Yacht Club’s vessels provide an intimate yachting experience visiting small harbors and ports around the world, many inaccessible by larger ships, on seven to 15-day voyages. An array of services, activities, water toys, dining, wine, premium drinks and gratuities are available through SeaDream’s inclusive fare.

For more information, visit seadream.com.

This article originally appeared on www.luxurytraveladvisor.com.

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