SeaDream Names New VP of Inside Sales

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SeaDream Yacht Club has named Bob Prieto its new vice president of inside sales. Prieto brings over 25 years of cruise industry experience to SeaDream, the cruise line said, having held key sales and operation positions at both deluxe and contemporary cruise companies. At SeaDream, he will focus on sales growth in both inbound and outbound sales. Prieto will report directly to Christopher Gamble, SeaDream’s senior vice president of sales, Americas

Prior to joining SeaDream, Prieto worked at Oceania Cruises for 15 years, most recently as the senior director of sales operations. Prior to that position, he was the vice president of field sales. He also previously spent more than 10 years at Norwegian Cruise Line in various sales and operations positions.

Prieto will be based in SeaDream’s Miami office on Brickell Key


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SeaDream Yacht Club currently operates two mega-yachts, the SeaDream I and SeaDream II, both of which carry a maximum of 56 couples and 95 crew. Its ships visit small ports and harbors worldwide on seven- to 15-day itineraries, with many services, activities, water toys, dining, wine, premium drinks and gratuities included in the fare. The line is reportedly looking to expand its fleet, and it hopes to announce a new ship next year. The SeaDream I and SeaDream II are also slated for a full suite refurbishment, also starting next year. 

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