SeaDream crew members who’ve long visited these fabled islands and know intimately their most-popular attractions, as well as many unique sites and activity options, will lead these “shore side casuals.”
They can include mountain-bike visits to secluded beaches, postcard-perfect coves and nature reserves such as the Turtle Sanctuary in Bequia in the Grenadines , or to see the dolphins at play at Soper’s Hole on Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, or to circumnavigate miniscule Nevis, a tropical paradise in the Leeward Islands.
Those keener to hike can join a SeaDream crew member to do so on a tiny island off Culebra in Puerto Rico that’s both a nature-lover’s paradise and has the only remaining Spanish-era building left in the region. Or take a walk through Old San Juan in Puerto Rico to famous and historic El Morro Fortress.
These are all part of SeaDream Yacht Club’s policy of including ports and destinations that only their 112-guest SeaDream I and SeaDream II can access – while passengers with the larger vessels fight the queues elsewhere…
Caribbean sailings begin from US$3135pp* twin-share, inclusive of award-winning cuisine, premium lunch and dinner wines, bar drinks, power and sail water-sports, port charges and taxes, onboard gratuities – and now these free shore-side excursions.
For full details Julie Denovan, Director Business Development Australia and New Zealand (02) 9958 4444, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.seadream.com
*This 6-night sailing from San Juan to St Thomas on November 30 this year includes visiting eight ports and islands, and features overnight stays at Gustavia, the capital of St Barthelemy, and Foxy’s Great Harbour on Jost van Dyke.