SeaDream Yacht Club Unveils 2025 Plans for Caribbean, Mediterranean

SeaDream Yacht Club has announced its Caribbean and Mediterranean voyages for 2025. Guests will sail to the most secluded destinations, visiting small, intimate harbors ideal for their 56-stateroom luxury twin yachts, SeaDream I and SeaDream II.

Open for reservations, SeaDream’s early 2025 Caribbean voyages sail January through April 2025 and comprises 32 itineraries. Some of the Caribbean itineraries are as follows:

Spanish & British Caribbean Delight” (January 11-18, 2025) — Ports include Culebrita Island, home to the Culebra National Wildlife Refuge and Esperanza, where guests can snorkel in bioluminescent waters; Boqueron, “Key West’s Sister City;" Norman Island, where guests can explore the hidden bays and water-level caves; and Virgin Gorda’s geologic wonder of The Baths.

British & French Islands Explorer” (February 1-8, 2025) — Ports include White Bay, Jost van Dyke, of the British Virgin Islands; Falmouth Bay, Antigua; and Cruz Bay, St. John. An overnight stay for two days in St. Barth's invites guests to enjoy the island’s French flair after dark.

West Indies Explorer” (March 29-April 5, 2025) — Ports include Mayreau and Bequia, the Grenadines; Iles de Saintes, Guadeloupe; Charlestown, Nevis; and Philipsburg, Sint Maarten, where guests can enjoy golf in the courses of these last two islands. An evening call in St. Kitts allows guests to experience SeaDream’s new evening beach party.

The Caribbean is ideal for SeaDream’s enhanced watersports marina, complete with a new water slide, equipped with yachting toys such as personal sailboats, Hobie Cat catamarans, kayaks, a banana boat, wakeboards, snorkeling gear, a floating island and trampoline, stand-up paddleboards and wave runners/jet skis.

In the Med

The line has also announced the opening of 2025 Mediterranean voyages on SeaDream I and SeaDream II. Reservations are open for SeaDream’s 2025 Mediterranean season beginning May 2, 2025. The season will explore 13 countries on five- to 11-night cruises. New destinations include Thasos and Ios islands, Reggio Calabria, Seville, Frejus and Menton, to name a few. SeaDream offers overnight stays in nine ports including Amalfi, Livorno, Valletta, Ibiza, Istanbul, Dubrovnik and Jerusalem. Highlights of SeaDream Yacht Club’s 2025 Mediterranean itineraries are as follows:

Spanish Riviera Revealed” (May 2-10, 2025) — Calling on the best of Spain, the itinerary includes Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, Mahon, Cartagena, Tarragona and Tangier.

Greek Odyssey” (June 22-29, 2025) — Guests will explore a new island every day, including Sifnos, Ios, Syros and Naxos, with evening calls in Santorini and Mykonos.

Greece & Italy Explorer” (September 19-28, 2025) — Guests call on Capri and Amalfi as they sail the Amalfi Coast; Taormina, on the island of Sicily; the Ionian Islands of Zakynthos and Kefalonia; and Itea, Greece (the gateway to Delphi), including a transit through the historic Corinth Canal.

Guests can also enjoy “Yachting Land Adventures.” Itineraries call on more than two dozen UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Ephesus, Turkey; the Old City of Dubrovnik; the Italian Riviera’s Cinque Terre; the archeological site of Delphi, Greece; the Old City of Acre, Israel; the Hypogeum in Paola, Malta; and the Alhambra palace and fortress complex in Granada, Spain.

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