5 Islands Where Time Stands Still


When SeaDream I and SeaDream II drop anchor in Caribbean hideaways, we invite you to enjoy watersports directly from the yacht’s Marina or head ashore for an invigorating hike or exclusive event at a secluded beachfront retreat. Return to your ocean-view accommodations and enjoy all the benefits of sailing in elegant informality with SeaDream: personal, award-winning service provided by a highly anticipatory crew of 95, inclusive open bar with premium wines and spirts, and world-class cuisine.  

As part of our dedication to the ultimate yachting journey, we include an expansive array of special services, including all al fresco activities—from yoga on deck to sleeping under the stars—with all dining offered in the open air. We are pleased to honor our guests’ holistic wellness lifestyles with both vegan and raw and living food menus, daily sunrise yoga and Thai chi on deck, and the only Thai-certified spa at sea, the SeaDream Spa.  

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 Serving champagne at the Champagne and Caviar Splash™

And on every SeaDream Caribbean itinerary, our signature Champagne and Caviar Splash® bursts on secluded beaches nestled within breathtaking bays and paradisical coastlines. Enjoy champagne & caviar served in the surf, followed by an elegant beach barbecue. 


Saba, Northern Leeward Islands 

Saba, Northern Leeward Islands 

This Caribbean paradise of Saba is the smallest island the Netherlands Antilles, measuring only five square miles. It is also the location of the tallest, or highest point of the Netherlands, even though it is a few thousand miles away from its European homeland. With an estimated local population of just over 2,000, Saba is known for its abundant diving, hiking, and climbing opportunities. Because Saba is the tip of a dormant underwater volcano, there is only one tiny black-sand beach at Well’s Bay. 

St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands 

St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands 

An ideal destination for those who like to be active or enjoy a relaxing beach day, St. John is home to the Virgin Islands National Park and offers stunning beaches, snorkeling directly from shore, historical ruins, and more than 20 hiking trails. A one-mile hike through the Virgin Islands National Park takes you from the quaint village of Cruz Bay to Honeymoon Beach, where you can bathe in crystal-clear turquoise waters. This little-known beach is tucked along the lush green hillsides of the island, shaded by large sea grape and coconut trees. Perfect for lounging, snorkeling, paddleboarding, or any number of watersports, the beach features panoramic views of the islands of Grass Cay, Mingo Cay, and Lovango Cay. 

Anguilla, Lesser Antilles Islands 

SeaDreamers hiking & biking in Anguilla

This tiny island paradise features limestone caves to explore, sea turtles and native birds to observe, and the most incredible sandy beaches in all of the Caribbean. The long crescent-shaped beach of Sandy Ground welcomes sail boats and yachts. Due to its hilly coast, Sandy Ground is protected from strong winds, making its pearl-white sand perfect for strolling, and its turquoise waters perfect for wading. Of the more than 30 accessible beaches, almost all of them are deserted—it is rare that you will encounter more than a handful of visitors on any given day. Its beauty is only surpassed by its thriving food and water sports culture, with some of the best snorkeling and diving in the Caribbean. 

Culebra, Puerto Rican Islands 

Culebra, Puerto Rican Islands 

An 11-square-mile island off the northeast coast of Puerto Rico, Culebra is also home to the small adjacent uninhabited islands of Culebrita and Cayo Norte to the east and Luis Peña to the west. Culebra’s breathtaking beautiful Flamenco Beach regularly appears on lists of the “World’s Best Beaches.” Following your day exploring Culebra, that evening we take you to Vieques Island, where you can kayak in bioluminescent waters filled with glittering sea organisms. 

Mayreau, the Grenadines 

Mayreau, the Grenadines 

Time stands still in Mayreau. Accessible only by yacht and small sailboats, Mayreau is the smallest inhabited island of the Grenadines, with an area of about .46 square miles and a population of less than 300, centered in an unnamed village on a hilltop in the southwest of the island—its highest point and a nice hike from Salt Whistle Bay. Surrounded by magnificent coral reefs and gorgeous beaches, Mayreau and its surrounding Tobago Cays waters sit in a nationally protected area that has experienced a resurgence of marine life, including turtles that swim and feed while you mingle with and observe them. Take in the flora and fauna and don’t miss some of the best snorkeling in the world. Perhaps the ideal spot to anchor, Saline Bay provides easy access to Saline Bay Beach and Salt Whistle Bay Beach, a rare double-sided beach. 


Are you ready to experience the secluded islands and playful yachting harbors of the Caribbean? SeaDream provides you with an intimate view of these destinations unlike any other boutique travel line. Click here to check availability and reserve your next voyage.  

 

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