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SeaDream Yacht Club 2025 Mediterranean season now open for reservations

Itineraries call on more than two dozen UNESCO World Heritage sites, including Ephesus, Turkey; the Old City of Dubrovnik; the Italian Riviera’s Cinque Terre; the archeological site of Delphi, Greece; the Old City of Acre, Israel; the Hypogeum in Paola, Malta; and The Alhambra palace and fortress complex in Granada, Andalusia, Spain.

MIAMI, FL- SeaDream Yacht Club announces the opening of 2025 Mediterranean voyages on its newly renovated, luxurious twin yachts, SeaDream I and SeaDream II. Responding to guest requests to reserve well ahead of their journey, SeaDream is accepting reservations for their Mediterranean 2025 voyages now.  

SeaDream’s 2025 Mediterranean season begins May 2, 2025, and will call on 13 countries on 5- to 11-night voyages. New destinations include Thasos and Ios Island, Greece; Reggio Calabria, Italy; Seville, Spain; and Frejus and Menton, France, to name a few. In many cases, guests will explore multiple countries in one voyage. Providing a more immersive destination experience, SeaDream has overnight stays in 9 ports including Amalfi and Livorno, Italy; Valletta, Malta; Ibiza, Spain; Istanbul, Turkey; Dubrovnik, Croatia; and Jerusalem, Israel. 

“With a SeaDream luxury yachting experience, guests discover the most compelling yachting destinations throughout the Mediterranean. The beautiful small size of SeaDream I and SeaDream II allows guests to explore intimate, off-the-beaten-path harbors, Old Towns, and sunny seaside enclaves – all best experienced by yacht,” says SeaDream’s Andreas Brynestad

Yachting Land Adventures will provide fascinating opportunities for epicureans, history enthusiasts, and adventurers alike. Itineraries call on more than two dozen UNESCO World Heritage sites, including Ephesus, Turkey; the Old City of Dubrovnik; the Italian Riviera’s Cinque Terre; the archeological site of Delphi, Greece; the Old City of Acre, Israel; the Hypogeum in Paola, Malta; and The Alhambra palace and fortress complex in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. 

Several of SeaDream Yacht Club’s 2025 Mediterranean itineraries: 

  • Spanish Riviera Revealed – Malaga, Spain to Barcelona, Spain, May 2-May 10: Calling on the best of Spain, including the highlights of the Balearic Islands: Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, and Mahon; Cartagena and Tarragona, Spain; and Tangier, Morrocco.
  • Greek Odyssey – Athens (Piraeus), Greece roundtrip, June 22-June 29: Guests will explore a new island every day, including Sifnos, Ios, Syros, and Naxos, with evening calls in Santorini and Mykonos, adding an exciting nightlife element. 
  • Greece & Italy Explorer – Rome, Italy to Athens (Piraeus), Greece, September 19-September 28: Guests call on Capri and Amalfi as they sail the Amalfi Coast; Taormina, on the island of Sicily; the Ionian isles of Zakynthos and Kefalonia; and Itea, Greece (the gateway to Delphi), including a transit through the historic Corinth Canal. 

After completing her Caribbean season on April 19, 2024, SeaDream I will cross the Atlantic on a 13-day voyage from Sint Maartin's to Malaga, Spain. Transatlantic crossings are popular for their relaxing pace, allowing an opportunity to rejuvenate in SeaDream’s Thai-certified Spa, indulge in 5-star cuisine and curated wine lists, be informed and inspired with a suite of lecturers, and enjoy the endless horizon from new Seóra Balinese Dream Beds and sun loungers on deck.

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