SeaDream’s less visited Southern Caribbean in 2016
SEADREAM Yacht Club is to broaden its reach into the Caribbean by taking-in its less-visited southern islands between January and April 2016, including making three round-trip sailings from colourful Bridgetown in Barbados, and nine between Bridgetown and historic little Marigot on French colonial St Martin.
The mega motor-cruiser SeaDream I, that carries a maximum of just 112 guests served by 95 crew, will include St Vincent, the Grenadines, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Nevis, St Barts, Isle de Saints, St Lucia and others on various sailings, and on some the tiny private island of Mustique with its holiday mansions for such rich and famous as Mick Jagger and Tommy Hilfiger.
As well as beaches, shopping and shore-side dining, optional shore excursions will offer horseback riding along remote beaches, visits to colonial-era settlements dating back to the 1700s, an open-air jeep ride into a picturesque valley with spectacular waterfalls, and a museum whose artefacts date back to 1800BC and the history of the islands’ sugar-cane slavery period.
SeaDream’s famed Champagne and Caviar Splash will also be a highlight on all southern Caribbean sailings… guests wading into sparkling turquoise waters off white sandy beaches to enjoy Champagne and caviar off a linen-draped surfboard –followed by a mammoth beach BBQ, swimming and snorkelling.
Sailings begin from as low as US$3535pp twin share for a 6-day Bridgetown round-trip sailing on January 3 2016; for other prices, detailed itineraries and further information contact Julie Denovan, Director of Business Development Australia on (02) 9958 4444, firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.seadream.com
Recently named the Best Small Luxury Cruise Ship for 2015 by Forbes Magazine, SeaDream’s prices include ocean view staterooms, wines with lunch and dinner, open bars with select premium brands, gratuities, use of power and sail water-sports where locally permitted, mountain bikes for shore explorations, a golf simulator, and all port charges and taxes