How to Cruise Around the Caribbean on a Megayacht

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By Dana Niland
CJ Contributor

It’s a very different way to cruise around the Caribbean — think megayacht instead of cruise ship, ultra-luxe instead of mainstream.

And now SeaDream Yacht Club is accepting reservations for its 2021 spring season, the company said this week.

The company’s two megayachts, SeaDream I and SeaDream II, will visit destinations around the Caribbean and feature secluded harbors and ports from from January through April of 2021.

Each megayacht has just 56 cabins.

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“The 2021 Spring Season will capture the true yachting spirit our guests seek when they book a SeaDream vacation,” said Bob Lepisto, President of SeaDream Yacht Club. “They will be able to visit the Caribbean’s most beloved and distinguished islands while also discovering exquisite, lesser known destinations like Saba, Norman Island and Jost van Dyke.”

SeaDream’s 2021 voyages feature several tiny ports of call such as Culebrita and Vieques in Puerto Rico.

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SeaDream will also make a return to Anegada, the beachy paradise in the British Virgin Islands.

Both mega-yachts will culminate the spring 2021 season in Barbados before returning to the Mediterranean for the summer.

— CJ