Friday 20 June 2008


SeaDream Yacht Club's whose two 55-couples/95-crew mega motor-cruisers are rated the World's Best Small Ships for dining, service and value, will add a range of exclusive new seaside towns, villages and off-shore islands to their Mediterranean and Caribbean yachting-experience destinations in 2009 that larger passenger ships are unable to access.

It will see the "SeaDream twins" from next year sail in the Mediterranean, Adriatic and Aegean Seas, Croatia and Tunisia from May to October, and the Caribbean's British, US and Puerto Rico Virgin Islands, the French West Indies, Netherland Antilles and the Windward and Leeward Islands from November to April, with some including Miami, Palm Beach or Key West.All 5-star dining, drinks from the bars and wines with meals, nightly cocktail atherings, both power and sail watersports, a 50-course golf simulator and gratuities are included in prices, and SeaDream has a "smart casual" dress policy that does not require jackets, ties or formal gowns for either indoor or on-deck dining.For full details see travel agents or go onto for early-bird and short-notice discounted prices that offer savings of as much as 50 per cent.

NEW PORTS OF CALL in 2009 in the Mediterranean will include Formentera in Spain; Lipari, St Margherita and Trieste (Italy;) Le Lavandou, Antibes, Port Vendres, Sete, Bandol and Menton in France, Piran (Slovenia;) Vis ( Croatia;) La Goulette and Tunis in Tunisia; Katakolon, Elafonisos, Aigina, Chania and Crete (Greece;) Mali and Losinj in Croatia; and Ponta Delgada in the Azores.New ports in the Caribbean in 2009 will include Dewey and Culebra in Puerto Rico's Virgin Islands; Honeymoon Beach and Water Island (US Virgin Islands;) Copper Island (British Virgin Islands;) and Coconut Grove, Nevis and Samana in the Dominican Republic.

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