SeaDream Yacht Club will live up to its name in October of this year with two sailings that will embrace some of the Mediterranean’s most dreamed-of ports between Cannes on the French Riviera and Rome’s Civitavecchia.
The brand is conscious that Australian holidaymakers fly a long way to get to the Mediterranean, so will sail the first week from Cannes to Civitavecchia, and then stay aboard for a second week of entirely different ports from Civitavecchia back to Cannes, with the enticement of a current US$500 per person saving on each week’s sailing or US$2000 for a couple doing the two weeks back-to-back.
The first week will include an overnight in Monte Carlo in the Principality of Monaco, and the second an overnight in Bonifacio on the island of Corsica with its prehistoric caves, beaches, and an Old Town district dating back to 828AD.
Each seven-day sailing on the mega motor-cruiser SeaDream I, that carries a maximum of just 112-guests served by 95 crew, can also be taken on its own, with prices beginning from US$4426pp twin-share for each week (including the current special US$500 per person discount off each sailing.)
SeaDream Yacht Club’s prices include premium drinks from the open bars, wines with lunch and dinner, power and sail water sports where locally permitted, a 30-international course golf simulator, onboard gratuities, and Government charges and taxes.