Seadream’s more nights in port in 2020
IF you’ve clients already locked-in holidays for next year and are starting to think now about 2020 and possibly the Caribbean or Mediterranean, SeaDream Yacht Club has just released the programs for its 112-pampered guests aboard mega-motor-cruisers SeaDream I and SeaDream II in both these regions.
In the Mediterranean this will mean unforgettable summer vacation experiences through the French and Italian Riviera, the Greek Isles, Spanish Mediterranean coast, Kusadasi in Turkey, and to many less-crowded yet equally beautiful ports in the region, including new for SeaDream being Ikaria in Greece, Vis in Croatia, Santa Maria di Leuca in Italy and Koper in Slovenia.
There will also be more overnight stays to provide ample time for guests to enjoy the region’s both rich culture and breathtaking sights.
SeaDream’s 2020 season in the Caribbean will emphasise the region’s natural beauty, and exclusive harbours and pristine beaches ranging from such less-frequented ports as Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands, to the largest city and capital of Barbados, Bridgetown.
And a new port of call for SeaDream in the Caribbean during her summer season there in 2020 will be Basseterre on St Kitts that’s one of the oldest towns in the Eastern Caribbean with many amazing historical sights… while additionally she will also return to Cuba, her voyages there in 2020 embracing up to six stops in some of the country’s most-storied yet least-travelled ports between Havana and Cienfuegos.
For full details contact Julie Denovan, Sales Director Australia on (02) 9958 4444, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.seadream.com; prices aboard the 112-passenger mega motor-cruisers SeaDream I and SeaDream II include their award-winning cuisine, drinks with meals and from the bars, power and sail water-sports, use of their onboard golf simulators and fitness centres, port charges and taxes, and even crew gratuities.