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Rome, The French Riviera And Monaco – You’re Seadreaming

August 16, 2017 Cruise Deals No Comments Email Email

THE world’s highest-rated mega-motor-cruiser, SeaDream I that carries a maximum 112 guests served by 95 crew, will sail a week from Rome to Nice in August of next year, visiting Bonifacio and Calvi on France’s Corsica island, Saint-Tropez and Cannes on the French Riviera, Italy’s San Remo, and Monte Carlo in the Principality of Monaco.

Book now and the price that’s brochured at beginning from US$8827pp twin-share, starts from a little over half that at US$4926pp twin-share, including SeaDream’s award-winning cuisine, wines with meals and bar drinks, power and sail water-sports, use of the golf simulator and fitness centre, port charges and taxes, and even staff and crew gratuities.

SeaDream I will sail this luxury week from Rome’s port of Civitavecchia on August 25 next year. Full details from Julie Denovan, Director of Business Development Australia and New Zealand (02) 9958 4444, or visit

HIGHLIGHTS OF PORTS OF CALL: SeaDream I will sail along the limestone cliffs of Bonifacio for a close-up look at the famous 187 Great Steps of Aragon before reversing into the port over-shadowed by Bonifacio’s massive citadel, while at Calvi SeaDream docks right in the heart of town and offers guests a guided city walking adventure.

Saint-Tropez where SeaDream I has a full day and does not sail until late evening is possibly the most famous resort town in Europe, and is the French Riviera’s playground for fashion models, athletes, movie stars and the extremely wealthy, while in equally-famous Cannes, SeaDream I will anchor off-shore so guests who do not wish to go ashore can enjoy the yacht’s many water-sports play-things.

San Remo is Italy’s answer to Monte Carlo including having Italy’s oldest casino, and  Monte Carlo itself has much to offer from its own world-famous casino and spectacular cathedral, to the famed royal palace whose State Rooms are open to the public (at optional cost) from April to the end of November annually.

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