SeaDream Yacht Club Heads for Southern Caribbean in 2016
PHOTO: SeaDream's small yachts are returning to the Caribbean this winter. (Courtesy of SeaDream Yacht Club)
SeaDream Yacht Club’s 112-guest twin mega-yachts will once again return to the Caribbean for the winter 2015-16 season. Both vessels will ring in the New Year overnighting in St. Barts on sold-out itineraries.
Then, SeaDream I will make its way to the Southern Caribbean for 12 sailings departing between Jan. 3 and April 2. The itineraries will showcase St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Martinique, Guadeloupe, St. Lucia and more.
In response to popular demand, three round-trip sailings from Bridgetown, Barbados, will be available, complemented by nine itineraries between Bridgetown and Marigot, St. Martin.
“The islands hold a special place for the SeaDream Yacht Club crew and guests, evident by our recent onboard fund-raiser during the trans-Atlantic crossing benefitting Hands Across the Sea, an organization dedicated to raising literacy levels in the Caribbean,” said Adrienne d’Annunzio, manager of the SeaDream Yacht Club loyalty program. “We look forwarding to exploring all the islands in 2016, but especially the less-sailed Southern Caribbean including the Grenadines, and making a positive impact on these small communities along the way.”
The full 2016 Southern Caribbean schedule for SeaDream I is available on the SeaDream website. Shore excursion highlights include a trip to the elite private island of Mustique, which measures just 3 by 1 1/2 miles and is home to Mick Jagger and Tommy Hilfiger, among other celebrities.
SeaDream’s signature “Champagne and Caviar Splash” is offered on all 2016 Southern Caribbean voyages. Guests wade into the surf to indulge in premium caviar and bubbles served on a surfboard covered in white linens. Guests then eat a BBQ lunch on a white sand beach and can swim, snorkel or lounge.
Inclusive yachting fares begin at $3,499, based on double occupancy.
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