Seadream presents the new itineraries for 2022
SeaDream Yacht Club will be in the United States for the first time with new itineraries south of Florida from 2022 onward.
The Seadream II has announced 33 new trips in the West Indies in 2022. The newly inaugurated season is full of new destinations starting from January 2022 to April of the same year. For the first time in the company’s history, this luxury mega yacht will sail to the Bahamas and Turks & Caicos Islands as well as 17 new ports in the West Indies.
“We want 2022 to be full of surprises to explore unexpected destinations”, said Andreas Brynestad. “The season of the West Indies in 2022 is different from any other season that we have ever inaugurated up until now. We want to bring something truly new to our guests, showing them a different side of the region that they have never explored with SeaDream. We believe that our trips to Palm Beach will be particularly popular and it is exactly for this reason that we are anxious to see the response”.
The trips that have just been announced include new ports of call in the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands and the Caribbean Netherlands. The SeaDream will head to some of the smallest ports of the region, offering its guests the sensation of an intimate vacation.
The new highlights for the 2022 season include:
Palm Beach: two trips of 7 days with boarding and disembarking in Palm Beach, for the first time on board the SeaDream. The departure dates will be the 16th and 23rd of January 2022. Furthermore, Palm Beach has been added as the boarding port for another trip in January 2022 that will arrive to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Turks & Caicos Islands: the SeaDream will navigate towards Gran Turk, the capital of the Islands, and Providenciales which has some of the most beautiful beaches of the island.
The Bahamas: the SeaDream will offer a new perspective on this magnificent insular nation of the West Indies with 6 ports of call in the Bahamas including: Clarence Town, Long Island; Staniel Cay, Exuma; Great Harbour Cay, Berry Islands; Cay of Norma; Harbour Island; and Rose Island.
The Dominican Republic: guests will be arriving in 3 new ports in the nation that “has it all”, meaning Playa Rincon, Puerto Plata e Punta Cana.
The new ports of the West Indies are: Sint Eustatius, Caribbean Netherlands; Frederiksted, St. Croix, US Virgin Islands; Long Bay, Beef Island, British Virgin Islands; Caja de Muertos and Boquerón, Puerto Rico.
The new destinations will be accompanied by a vast selection of new and exciting adventures by boat, to guarantee guests the opportunity to experience the best each port has to offer with unique and unforgettable adventures.
The SeaDream experience is known for its personalized and award-winning service, five star cuisine, small ports of call, and the exceptional onboard characteristics such as Balinese dream beds for sleeping under the stars and the Watersports marina that is complete with diving equipment and a unique yachting experience.
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