“Cuba is changing now in noticeable ways, and for many there is a desire to see it before it loses its identity,” said Adrienne D’Annunzio, Manager of Trade Marketing for SeaDream. She added, “It truly is one of those ‘you have to have to see it’ type of experiences. Pictures and second-hand accounts won’t do it justice.”
The small, island nation, which remains inaccessible to many, is a land brimming with curiosities, hosting experiences of culture, history and personal enrichment. SeaDream’s Cuba sailings will sail around the island from Havana to Cienfuegos, with stops in some of the country’s most storied and least-traveled ports. The series of 7-day voyages will take place in Cuba, a unique offering for sailings in the country.
Ports on SeaDream Yacht Club’s 2019 Cuba sailings include:
• Trinidad, CubaFares includes ocean view accommodations, gourmet meals, gratuities, wine with lunch and dinner and so much more. SeaDream will first make these voyages exclusively available for their past guests to reserve from September 5-13. The general public may reserve starting September 13.
• Cayo Largo, Cuba
• Isla de Juventud, Cuba
• Maria la Gorda, Cuba
SeaDream Yacht Club has achieved the industry’s highest accolades for its two twin, casually elegant mega-yachts, SeaDream I and SeaDream II. With a maximum of only 112 guests and a 95-person award-winning crew, “It’s yachting, not cruising,” defines not only the size of the vessels, but the onboard lifestyle and anticipatory service. SeaDream Yacht Club provides a yachting experience visiting small harbors and ports in the Caribbean, Cuba & Mediterranean, many inaccessible by larger ships, on four to 13-day voyages. An incredible array of services, activities, water toys, dining, wine, premium drinks and gratuities are provided in SeaDream’s inclusive fare. For more information, visit SeaDream.com
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