|“It’s yachting, not cruising”|
“These Mediterranean voyages intimately transport our guests to some of the world’s most beautiful and exclusive ports and harbors,” says SeaDream Yacht Club President Bob Lepisto. “Through our creative excursions onshore and highly personalized service onboard, we pride ourselves in offering our guests with the ultimate yachting experience.”
October is the ideal time to travel as summer temperatures have cooled and crowds have thinned, creating perfect conditions for outdoor walks and tours. With the highest therapist-to-guest ratio at sea, the SeaDream Spa ensures complete rejuvenation for its guests.
At each port of call, guests can choose from a variety of activities including hiking through the Mediterranean flora to Santa Margherita while in Portofino, shopping with the Chef in Sorrento or St. Tropez and even driving a Ferrari in Monte Carlo. An additional highlight for the 2016 fall season will be the popular crew-led shore excursions available in numerous ports which many of the yacht’s staff call home. These walks and bike rides take guests off the beaten path to explore the sights and sounds of historic European seaside villages.
Below is a listing of SeaDream’s 2016 fall itineraries onboard SeaDream I:
• Civitavecchia (Rome) to Cannes, departing Oct 1-8, 2016. Seven days including boutique ports of Porto Ercole, Livorno (Florence), Portovenere, Portofino, Monte Carlo, and St. Tropez.The inclusive fares includes ocean view accommodations, gourmet meals, gratuities, wine with lunch and dinner, open-bar, and much more.
• Cannes to Civitavecchia (Rome),departing Oct– 22, 2016. Seven days including ports of Monte Carlo overnight, Portofino, Portovenere, Livorno (for Florence), Portoferraio, and Porto Ercole.
• Civitavecchia (Rome) to Cannes, departing Oct 22–29, 2016. Seven days including ports of Sorrento, Capri, Bonifacio & Calvi on the island of Corsica, and St. Tropez.
• Cannes to Malaga, departing Oct 29–Nov 5, 2016. Seven days calling on ports of St. Tropez overnight, Cassis, Port Vendres, Barcelona, Valencia, and Cartagena.
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