SeaDream Yacht Club announced its complete 2012 itinerary, which is now available for bookings. The twin deluxe, mega yachts SeaDream I & II will spend early 2012 sailing the Caribbean with an emphasis on visiting the smaller yachting playgrounds and harbors that large ships cannot reach. In addition, SeaDream II will be adding two, 20-day voyages to the Amazon in February 2012. SeaDream’s President, Bob Lepisto said, “The British Virgin Islands, such as Norman Island, Jost van Dyke and Virgin Gorda are true yachting destinations and continue to be a SeaDream favorite. However, we are excited to be adding the Amazon to our 2012 itinerary.”
SeaDream’s debut in the Baltic in 2011 had swift bookings reflecting an appetite for the region. That led to SeaDream II sailing the Baltic in 2012 with the addition of new ports including:
Dover, England: Being used as a turn-round port. Located on the English Channel, Dover is easily accessible from London.
Skagen, Denmark: A popular summer resort and artist colony located at the northern-most point of Denmark.
Harlingen, Netherlands: A charming Dutch town founded in 1234.
Brugge, Belgium: One of Belgium’s most historic cities where SeaDream’s small size allows her to navigate up the canal into the city.
Sylt Island, Germany: Germany’s fashionable summer retreat on the North Sea.
The Mediterranean is traditionally a popular region for summer yachting and SeaDream Yacht Club’s 2012 itinerary features more of the magnificent Mediterranean. You’ll also find several new, unique options such as an 11-day Black Sea voyage sailing round-trip from Istanbul on September 11, 2012. Ports include Nessebar, Bulgaria; Sulina, Romania; Odessa, Ukraine; Yalta, Ukraine; Sochi, Russia; Novorossiysk, Russia and Sevastopol, Ukraine. Other new ports in their 2012 line up include the archaeological site of Butrint, Albania. Sibenik, Opatija and Mljet, Croatia. Turkey’s Turquoise Coast from Bodrum to Fethiye.