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SeaDream Yacht Club adds more Greek Isles voyages

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The two newly added 7-day Yachting the Greek Isles voyages in June and July of 2025 explore both picture-perfect Greek destinations, including several new-to-SeaDream ports.

Boutique luxury cruise line SeaDream Yacht Club adds more voyages to an already extensive series of Greek Isles cruises in 2025. The most epic addition: A 14-night in-depth yachting adventure. The 14-night voyage is a combination of two brand new Yachting the Greek Isles voyages, exploring 13 different Greek ports on board the all-inclusive luxury yacht SeaDream I.

The handcrafted itinerary offers a combination of must-visit Greek icons, UNESCO World Heritage sites, and idyllic yachting harbors. Guests can immerse themselves in a blend of cultural immersion and scenic beauty, and unwind with opportunities for hiking, beachcombing, and exploring charming local villages.

“We have been exploring the Greek Isles for more than 20 years, and it strikes us how there is always something new to see, somewhere new to discover, and someone new to meet. With this in mind, we have created what we believe to be our most exceptional Greek itineraries to date,” said SeaDream Yacht Club’s Andreas Brynestad.

The decision to further expand SeaDream’s presence in the Greek Isles, comes as a direct response to demand. Since founding modern yacht cruising in 2001, the Greek Isles have consistently ranked among the most popular destinations for SeaDream guests.

The voyages also feature signature SeaDream experiences such as overnight stay in Mykonos, or very late-night departure from Santorini, to enable guests to enjoy the true beauty of the iconic Greek favorites without the crowds from cruise ships or daytrip visitors.

“This is the big advantage with small ships. We can go where others can’t, and can do what others don’t – such as avoiding the crowds even on the most popular destinations. There simply is no better way to experience the Greek Isles,” Brynestad said.

The two voyages feature a carefully curated selection of ports and experiences that showcase the diversity and allure of the Greek Isles.

Yachting The Greek Isles (June 29, 2025)
The 7-night voyage departs Piraeus, and includes Volos with optional a Yachting Land Adventure to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Meteora, as well as Delos, one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece, an overnight stay in Mykonos, the beautiful Patmos, as well as a late-night visit to Skopelos, known from the “Mama Mia” movie.

Yachting The Greek Isles (July 6, 2025)
The second Yachting the Greek Isles voyage also explores lesser-known destinations, including the picturesque island of Folegandros and the historic port of Symi, unavailable to larger ships. It also includes an evening visit to iconic Santorini, as well as Ios Island, Milos – a beautiful horseshoe shaped volcanic island known as “The Island of Lovers.” At Kythnos, the yacht will anchor directly off the iconic Kolona beach.

Guests who want to stay on board for a third consecutive voyage, can enjoy even more of the Greek isles, including Hydra, Itea (Delphi), Zakynthos and a bucket-list transit of the iconic Corinth Canal, as well as a visit to Taormina on Sicily, Italy, before ending their adventure on Malta.

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