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Myanmar: Rare Opportunity To Sail In Style Into The Former Burma

September 13, 2013 Cruise No Comments Email Email

WITH mysterious Myanmar (the former Burma) sizzling near the top of the ‘hot list’ of places to visit as it now opens its doors to tourists after being “closed” for four decades, SeaDream Yacht Club has a unique half-dozen opportunities to visit aboard its luxury 5-star SeaDream II in November and December this year.
And it includes staying aboard in capital Yangon (Rangoon) for up to 2.5 days to avoid hotel and shore-side meal costs while sightseeing this photographer’s paradise.

The mega motor-cruiser SeaDream II will sail from Singapore on November 25 this year for 13-SeaDream II in the Eastern Mediterraneandays to Yangon and onwards to Phuket in Thailand, and a second 13-day opportunity sailing on December 8 from Phuket to Yangon and back to Singapore  – including visits to eight popular as well as smaller and lesser-visited ports and islands in South East Asia, and with prices (inclusive of 5-star dining with wines and bar drinks) starting from US$8044pp twin share.

Alternatively these two-week itineraries can be split into two 6-day or 7-day sailings beginning or ending in Yangon, and which each include a night aboard SeaDream II in Yangon and are priced from US$4189pp twin-share.

SeaDream II has just 56 staterooms for a maximum 112 guests served by 95 crew. Prices include all 5-star dining, drinks from the open bars, wines with lunch and dinner, nightly cocktail gatherings, use of a fitness centre and 30-course golf simulator, power and sail water-sports where permitted, gratuities and port charges and taxes.

For details of SeaDream II’s Myanmar and other Asia and northern Australia sailings from October this year to April 2014: Julie Denovan, Director Business Development Australia & New Zealand (02) 9958 4444, or visit   (Prices do not include air fares to ports of embarkation and disembarkation.)

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