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Seadream Your Way A Whole Ten Days From Rome To Venice

December 3, 2015 Cruise No Comments Email Email


IF the Mediterranean seems a long way to go for a 7-day holiday at sea, in July of next year SeaDream Yacht Club has a whole 10-days from Rome’s port of Civitavecchia to Venice that uniquely includes overnights in Italy’s Amalfi and its famed UNESCO-awarded coast, the walled city of Kotor in Montenegro, and both Dubrovnik (“The Pearl of the Adriatic”) and the fortress island Hvar in Croatia.

And on arrival in Venice, SeaDream navigates by the entrance to the famed Grand Canal, spectacular St Mark’s Square next to it, and docks for a final overnight aboard at San Basilio pier right in the city’s historic centre.

There are also days in port to enjoy such gems as the Isle of Capri, Taormina to view or maybe even climb Sicily’s Mt Etna volcano, Korcula in Croatia for dune-buggy riding, Italy’s little Chioggia Island dubbed “Venice in Miniature,” and even a full day at sea part way through for total relaxation.

The boutique mega motor-cruiser SeaDream II that carries just 112 guests served by 95 crew, will sail this rare 10-day itinerary on July 23 2016, with drinks from the open bars, wines at lunch and dinner, power and sail water-sports where locally permitted, a 30 international course golf simulator, onboard gratuities, and Government charges and taxes all included.

Fully 5-star yet with a smart-casual ambience, this unique opportunity starts from US$7109pp twin-share with all above inclusions. Full details from Julie Denovan, Director of Business Development Australia and New Zealand (02) 9958 4444,jdenovan@seadream.com or www.seadream.com


SEADREAM passes by the spectacular cliffs of Capri.

SEADREAM passes by the spectacular cliffs of Capri.

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