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Caribbean
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Origin: USA Profile: Affluent 40-60+
Passenger Mix: American & European Children: Unsuitable

SeaDream Yacht Club is yacht style luxury on small intimate ships cruising to the more remote harbours of the Caribbean and Mediterranean.  Excellent cuisine and superb service are offered on an all inclusive basis in a relaxed but elegant ambience.

The two small yachts previously with Seabourn have been refitted and provide spacious accomodation and plenty of water toys. Click the picture or ship name to get more details about the ship and its calendar of cruises.

MV
SeaDream I
Size: Very Small
4250 tonnes
Rating: Luxury
Built: 1985
MV
SeaDream II
Size: Very Small
4260 tonnes
Rating: Luxury
Built: 1984


NEXT SAILINGS

Leeward & Virgin Islands
01 April 2017
From 2959 cruise only
for 8 nights

Leeward & Virgin Islands
08 April 2017
From 2799 cruise only
for 8 nights

San Juan to Malaga
15 April 2017
From 3445 cruise only
for 13 nights

Barbados to Lisbon
15 April 2017
From 2239 cruise only
for 12 nights

Lisbon to Barcelona
27 April 2017
From 3759 cruise only
for 9 nights
 
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