SEADREAM Yacht Club’s luxury mega motor-cruisers SeaDream I and SeaDream II will prove just how aptly named they are when they sail to ports in the Mediterranean in 2016 that are so small, secluded and inaccessible to larger vessels, that they truly are to dream about…
In all, the boutique “twins” will offer over forty itineraries between May and October next year in an ambience akin to holidaying on your own luxury yacht, with each having just 56 staterooms for a maximum 112 guests served by 95 crew.
Company President, Bob Lepisto says that “yachting” with SeaDream in the Mediterranean is an experience unlike any other, the company priding itself on its ability to intimately transport guests to some of the world’s most exclusive destinations.
These will include in 2016 such fabled names as Cannes, Monte Carlo, St Tropez and Nice, Kepez in Turkey with the opportunity to visit Gallipoli, and 3000 years old Roses on the spectacular Spanish Costa Brava.
There’ll also be the tiny crowd-free island of Losinj in Croatia famed for its restorative therapeutic spas, and colourful Portofino on the Italian Riviera that has just 500 permanent residents and a picturesque pedestrian-only waterfront of restaurants, bars, cafés and boutiques where not even the rich and famous can bring their cars.
And while appealing as these intimate discoveries are, SeaDream Yacht Club still includes Civitavecchia (the port for Rome,) Piraeus (Athens,) Istanbul, Dubrovnik or Venice to begin or end sailings.
SeaDream’s “yacht club” lifestyle includes drinks from the open bars, wines with lunch and dinner, power and sail water-sports in ports where permitted, a 36 international course golf simulator on each yacht, gratuities included in prices, Government charges and taxes… with smart casual attire at dinner and no call for formal wear.
For detailed 2016 Mediterranean itineraries whose prices that begin from US$4626pp twin-share for 7-days, Julie Denovan, Director of Business Development Australia and New Zealand (02) 9958 4444, email@example.com or visit www.seadream.com