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SeaDream Yacht Club announces 2025 Caribbean, Mediterranean and Scandinavia & Northern Europe seasons

Caribbean itineraries include a new island each day and 32 voyages sailing January through April 2025.

MIAMI, FL – SeaDream Yacht Club announces the opening of 2025 Caribbean, Mediterranean, and Scandinavia & Northern Europe voyages on its newly renovated, 56-stateroom luxury twin yachts, SeaDream I and SeaDream II. Responding to guest requests to reserve well ahead of their journey, SeaDream is accepting reservations for their 2025 voyages now, with staterooms selling quickly. 

Caribbean itineraries include a new island each day and 32 voyages sailing January through April 2025 
SeaDream Yacht Club’s 2025 Caribbean winter season begins November 15, 2024, and will sail to the most secluded destinations, visiting small, intimate harbors ideal for their luxury twin yachts. Perfect for travelers who wish to explore the far reaches of the Caribbean, these itineraries carry guests to the unspoiled and uncrowded island gems of Bequia, Prickly Pear, and Mayreau, among many others. Whether guests visit the pristine British Virgin Islands, uninhabited Culebrita Island, the Puerto Rico Archipelago’s crown jewel, or French-infused Iles des Saintes, Guadeloupe, each voyage offers a remarkably different yachting experience.

“With a SeaDream luxury yachting experience, guests explore the best that the Caribbean has to offer. From gorgeous South Friar’s Bay, an intimate port in St. Kitts, to the equally popular Jost Van Dyke, home to our signature Champagne & Caviar Splash beach party, guests will have a memorable experience at every stop. Itineraries feature more overnights in destinations like St. Barth’s, adding an exciting nightlife element, and multiple destinations in playful yachting harbors that the big ships can’t reach–where SeaDream guests can explore Caribbean waters via our signature Marina and water toys, as well as venture ashore without crowds,” says SeaDream’s Andreas Brynestad.

Mediterranean itineraries include 14 countries and 35 voyages sailing May through October
SeaDream’s 2025 Mediterranean season begins May 2, 2025, and will call on 14 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, with 8 itineraries featuring a dramatic transit through the Corinth Canal. 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 (Ashdod), Israel.

Scandinavia and Northern Europe itineraries include 12 countries and 14 voyages sailing May through August
SeaDream II starts her 2025 Scandinavia and Northern Europe season with a 10-night voyage, departing May 5, 2025, from Lisbon, Portugal, to Bordeaux, France. Guests will enjoy late evening stays in port and overnight stays at Bilbao, Spain and Bordeaux. A special, 7-night voyage, departing May 15, will bring guests up the Thames River to London, where the yacht will anchor overnight alongside the historic HMS Belfast, adjacent to the famous Tower Bridge.

Travelers can also choose among 7-night, 8-night, and 10-night itineraries between May and August. In Norway, SeaDream spotlights some of the most quaint and picturesque villages and breathtaking fjord lands of the country. Guests visit off-the-beaten-path destinations where larger vessels cannot reach, such as Måløy, Kalvåg, Vik, Rosendal, and Svolvaer. On these voyages, guests also overnight in Reine, Lofoten Islands, where they can fully take in the midnight sun.

SeaDream II will also sail voyages that bring guests to cosmopolitan Northern European and Baltic destinations in Germany, Denmark, and Sweden. Guests will sail between Oslo, Norway, and Stockholm, Sweden, and visit Frederikshavn, Copenhagen, and Ronne, Denmark; and the seaside resort destinations of Warnemünde and Sassnitz, Germany. A special voyage in the Baltic Sea, departing July 11 from Stockholm round-trip, calls at Visby, Sweden; Klaipeda, Lithuania; Kuressaare and Tallinn in Estonia; and Helsinki, Turku, and Mariehamn in Finland.

Vicky Karantzavelou
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Vicky is the co-founder of TravelDailyNews Media Network where she is the Editor-in Chief. She is also responsible for the daily operation and the financial policy. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Tourism Business Administration from the Technical University of Athens and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wales.

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