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SeaDream Yacht Club introduces Grand Yachting Voyages

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SeaDream Yacht Club introduces the Grand Voyage Collection, offering extended luxury yachting voyages to diverse global destinations, enhancing guests’ immersive travel experiences.

Boutique luxury cruise line SeaDream Yacht Club unveils the Grand Voyage Collection – a series of longer, extraordinary luxury yachting voyages.

With two Grand Yachting Voyages set for 2025 and six for 2026, SeaDream Yacht Club’s Grand Voyage Collection offers guests an unparalleled opportunity to experience some the world’s most captivating destinations.

Ranging from 21 to 35 days, the extended itineraries combine existing voyages into longer, more immersive journeys.

The voyages combine quiet beaches, historic wineries, UNESCO World Heritage sites, and bucket-list landmarks in the Greek Isles, French and Italian Rivieras, Scandinavia, Northern Europe, and Caribbean.

“The Grand Voyage Collection showcases the spectacular diversity of SeaDream’s itineraries. We have selected some of the best itineraries we offer, and combined them into extended, care-free yachting experiences,” said Andreas Brynestad of SeaDream Yacht Club.

“Many of our guests already enjoy extended vacations on board. These voyages give our guests more of everything – more time to explore the unique destinations at their own pace, more time to unwind and relax, and more time to truly enjoy the SeaDream experience,” said Brynestad.

Some of the voyages also combine transatlantic crossings with exploration of Caribbean islands and European shorelines – including a voyage from Palm Beach, Florida, to Oslo, Norway.

Vicky Karantzavelou
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