Seadream’s New Boutique Caribbean Cruises

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By the Caribbean Journal staff

Boutique cruise line Seadream Yacht Club has big plans for its 2020 season in the Caribbean.

The line will kick off that year in the Caribbean, including more calls in Cuba and the addition of a new port, Basseterre in St Kitts.

Seadream will also stop in less frequented ports like Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands, while its Cuba cruises will include up to six stops across the Caribbean’s largest island.

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A Seadream ship.

“Our 2020 season encompasses the best of the Caribbean,” said Andreas Brynestad, SeaDream Yacht Club EVP of sales, marketing and operations. . “We take pride in creating memorable itineraries that our guests will find unique and enriching. We are delighted to provide our guests with the opportunity to experience remarkable destinations all while enjoying the SeaDream lifestyle.”

The ultra-small-ship experience has a maximum of only 56 couples, along with a 95-person crew, calling the experience “yachting not cruising.”

The company’s itineraries typically range from seven to 15-day sailings.

— CJ