SeaDream Yacht Club Unveils 2013 Itineraries

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 16 September 2011

SeaDream Yacht Clubs has released its early 2013 itineraries that include its hotly anticipated trips to the Amazon and the Caribbean.

SeaDream I & II, the twin, 112-guest mega yachts will spend January - April 2013 sailing the Caribbean, visiting the smaller yachting playgrounds and harbors that large ships cannot reach. In addition, SeaDream II will be sailing the Amazon River in February and March.

The Amazon River voyages sailing in 2012 have been extremely popular, and although we still have a few staterooms available, we knew guests would want to know as soon as possible that well be returning to the Amazon in 2013, said SeaDreams President, Bob Lepisto.

2013 Amazon Highlights

SeaDream II will sail two 20-night voyages; Bridgetown, Barbados to Iquitos, Peru and the return.
Ports of call include Devil's Island, French Guiana; Parintins, Brazil; Manaus, Brazil; Panelas, Brazil; Leticia, Columbia and more.
A naturalist will be aboard the Amazon voyages providing indepth information about the great river wilderness.
Excursions will feature the jungles exotic plants and animals, Amazonian tribes, museums and markets.
On one of Brazils best beaches in Alter do Chao, SeaDream hosts their Champagne and Caviar Splash.
Optional pre and post voyage over-land adventures feature one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, Machu Picchu.

2013 Caribbean Highlights

SeaDream II offers voyages in the lush & unspoiled Grenadines, including the islands of Mayreau and Bequia.
SeaDream I & II offer new calls in Puerto Rico to Fajardo Bay (calm, coral-rich water), Ponce (beautiful neoclassical buildings) and Caja de Muertos (superb snorkeling).
SeaDream I & II offer more calls to Tortola and Norman Island in the British Virgin Islands.
SeaDream I visits the ports of La Samana and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.
SeaDream I & II will continue with overnight stays in St. Barts, where guests enjoy the islands entertainment after dark.

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