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SeaDream Yacht Club unveils new Fall 2026 Caribbean voyages

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SeaDream Yacht Club unveils its 2026 Caribbean yacht voyages, featuring new ports, overnight stays, and exclusive access to a private island and a grand New Year’s Eve celebration.

SeaDream Yacht Club has unveiled afall 2026 Caribbean voyages, with new ports of call, more overnight stays, and exclusive access to a private island and the most spectacular New Years’ Eve celebration on the seven seas.

Family-owned and -operated, boutique luxury cruise line SeaDream Yacht Club offers distinct yachting adventures in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Scandinavia and Northern Europe. With a 1:1 crew-to-guest ratio, guests can enjoy unparalleled service, all-inclusive culinary experiences and included activities such as watersports directly from the yachts.

“At SeaDream, we are dedicated to providing our guests with more personalized and immersive experiences that go beyond the ordinary. Our 2026 Caribbean voyages feature handpicked destinations showcasing the best of the best Caribbean has to offer,” said Andreas Brynestad of SeaDream Yacht Club.

The 12 brand-new 7-day voyages in November and December 2026 will explore the secluded Caribbean, from the pristine shorelines of the U.S. and British Virgin Islands and deep-blue waters of the French West Indies to the serene beauty of the Grenadines’ Bequia, Mayreau, and Tobago Cays, with secluded beaches, tranquil lagoons, and private coves.

Spectacular Yachting Celebrations

Among the highlights, are four voyages offering exclusive holiday celebrations:

For New Years Eve, SeaDream I and SeaDream II will anchor at Gustavia, St Barths, along with the rest of the world’s most exclusive superyachts. Continuing a distinct SeaDream tradition, both yachts will spend two nights and three days welcoming the new year in St. Barths – offering guests front-row access to the most spectacular New Years’ Eve celebration on the seven seas.

During the Christmas voyages, both yachts will rendezvous for an evening call in Trellis Bay on Beef Island in the British Virgin Islands on December 23, allowing guests to kickstart Christmas celebrations with the local Full Moon Party.

“These are prime examples of the SeaDream difference, with stand-out experiences you can only get on a yacht,” said Brynestad.

In addition to the exclusive yachting holiday experiences, the 12 new voyages feature a range of highlights and unique offerings:

Fajardo Bay Return
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A kayak tour in the spectacular biolumunescent bay is one of the many highlights in Fajardo Bay – where SeaDream is the only cruise line to visit. (Photo: Puerto Rico Tourism / SeaDream Yacht Club).

After a decade, SeaDream returns to Fajardo Bay, Puerto Rico, where guests can enjoy optional Yachting Land Adventures in collaboration with the exclusive El Conquistador Resort.

These include golfing on one of Puerto Rico’s premier courses, exclusive access to a beach experience on the private island of Palomino, or an evening bioluminescence kayak tour (pictured above), offering a close encounter of one of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders.

Beach Parties, Overnights, Marinas, and more
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(Photo: SeaDream Yacht Club).

All the twelve new voyages include at least one overnight stay at anchor – most of them in chic St. Barths, the jetsetter’s Caribbean playground of luxe boutiques, sidewalk cafés, sun-kissed beaches, and lively bistros.

All voyages include SeaDream’s signature Champagne & Caviar Splash beach party (pictured above), where guests can embrace the yachting lifestyle and enjoy an opulent barbeque on a white sandy beach.

Additionally, all voyages include ample use of SeaDream’s signature Marina, which includes jet skis, kayaks, paddleboards, water skis, banana boat, floating trampoline, and the first and only water slides on a cruise ship that takes you directly from ship to sea.

Recently added favorites – such as Deshaies, Guadeloupe, and Lovango Cay, U.S. Virgin Islands – will also return for 2026.

With departures from San Juan, St. Thomas, Bridgetown, St. Maarten or Antigua, the voyages offer a range of opportunities for flight connections from the U.S., Europe, and other destinations.

“A strong demand across markets drives our decision to open 2026 bookings more than 2.5 years in advance. This gives our loyal guests an opportunity to plan ahead, and choose the exact voyage and experience they desire,” said Andreas Brynestad of SeaDream Yacht Club

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