What a way to cross the Atlantic
SeaDream Yacht Club will introduce guests to the Scandinavian concept of contentment, conviviality and shared comfort that’s known as Hygge, as a highlight to a 13-day trans-Atlantic sailing aboard its SeaDream I from the Caribbean to the Mediterranean in April of next year.
Carrying a maximum of just 112-guests who are pampered but not fawned-over by an award-winning 95-crew, the luxury motor-yacht SeaDream I will sail from San Juan in Puerto Rico on April 14 2019 and call at Jost van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands and Funchal on the island of Madeira, have Easter at sea, and arrive at Malaga in Spain on April 27.
Along the way, staff will encourage guests to explore and understand the very definition of Hygge, and how Hygge food and wine is not just fuel for the body, but can engage emotions and memories, and enrich dining experiences as well in an era when leisure is the new luxury.
And guests will even be encouraged to join SeaDream’s award-winning kitchen staff in creating such delights as rich chocolaty petit fours, and partake in quietly serene afternoon teas served with pastries fresh-baked and straight from the ovens… again Hygge’s concepts take food to an experience and level beyond just fuelling up the system.
Another highlight of this sailing will be SeaDream’s legendary Champagne and Caviar Splash when the mega motor-cruiser stops for the day at Jost van Dyke in the Caribbean… guests will be invited to wade into the waters off the white sandy beach, to be served caviar and Champagne from a surfboard dressed in white linen, and followed by a gourmet barbecue on the beach.
Price for this unique 13-day trans-Atlantic crossing starts from US$2745pp twin-share, which includes SeaDream’s award-winning cuisine, drinks with meals and from the no-charge bars, power and sail water-sports, use of SeaDream’s onboard golf simulator and fitness centre, port charges and taxes, and even crew gratuities.