SeaDream Yacht Club Debuts Fall 2026 Caribbean Journeys

Now open for reservations, 12 new itineraries feature the best of the secluded Caribbean, for a remarkably different boutique yachting experience

Trace the pristine shoreline of the British Virgin Islands. Snorkel the waters of the French West Indies, brimming with tropical life. Enjoy an overnight—or two—in chic St. Barths. Discover the Grenadines’ Bequia, Mayreau, and Tobago Cays, with more secluded beaches, tranquil lagoons, and private coves than you imagined possible. Island hideaways where each day is met by incredible flora and fauna, majestic mountain backdrops, and otherworldly sunsets.  

All voyages include SeaDream’s signature Champagne & Caviar Splash®, where guests can embrace the yachting lifestyle with champagne and caviar served in the surf, followed by an elegant beach barbecue. 

Additionally, all voyages include ample use of SeaDream’s signature Marina, which includes jet skis, kayaks, paddleboards, water skis, banana boat, floating trampoline, and the first and only water slide that takes you directly from ship to sea. 


Redefining Off the Beaten Track

Our elegant twin yachts carry you to destinations that the big ships can’t reach, and the nimbleness of our yachts allow for unexpected and delightful calls along the way—where you can choose to engage in as little or as much island charm as you like. Hidden gems like the idyllic Virgin Gorda. Secluded Prickly Pear, on the fringe of the British Virgin Islands. Îles des Saintes, where awe-colorful coral reefs meet fascinating flora and fauna. Jost van Dyke, home to our signature Champagne and Caviar Splash®. Fajardo Bay, Puerto Rico, presenting ample golfing and kayaking opportunities. 

Jost van Dyke, British Virgin Islands 

On every SeaDream Caribbean itinerary, our signature Champagne and Caviar Splash® bursts on beaches nestled within breathtaking bays and paradisical coastlines, most notably on Jost van Dyke’s White Bay. Enjoy champagne & caviar served in the surf, followed by an elegant beach barbecue. 

St. Barths, French West Indies 

St. Barths, FWI

St. Barths’ turquoise waters are the perfect playground to enjoy SeaDream’s signature Watersports Marina—equipped with a new water slide and all the watersports equipment required for a proper yachting vacation, with all motorized sports included. Take time to explore St. Barths’ incredible beaches, outdoor cafés, and upscale boutiques, only steps away from the pier, accessed by your private tender.  


Colombier Beach, St. Barths

May we suggest Colombier Beach, by far the quietest secret spot of St. Barths? Two trails lead to the beach, where turquoise waters, forever white sand, and a densely green island backdrop welcome those seeking respite and relaxation.


St. Barths, FWI

Many of our itineraries feature overnight stays in this marquee yachting playground, inviting our guests to explore the French-infused island’s flavorful nighttime ambiance.  For New Year’s Eve, SeaDream I and SeaDream II drop anchor in this chic yachting playground, along with the rest of the world’s most exclusive superyachts. 

Prickly Pear, British Virgin Islands

Prickly Pear, BVI

Nestled on the edge of the British Virgin Islands, this tiny uninhabited island has no permanent residents. With all the cares in the world relieved, Prickly Pear is all about letting go. Three reefs lying just offshore provide some of the best snorkeling the Caribbean has to offer. Pristine white sand calls out for a nap under the sun. A walk down the beach to the end of the island reveals the island’s rich bird life and aquatic world, boasting some of the most colorful coral and fish imaginable.  

Bequia, the Grenadines

Bequia, the Grenadines

A true yachting paradise, Bequia (meaning “Island of the Clouds” in ancient Arawak) is only seven square miles and a true remote island, hidden from the traditional traveler’s agenda. Steeped in sailing and pirate history, the isle offers the peaceful and secluded white-sand beaches of Princess Margaret Beach, Lower Bay Beach, and Friendship Bay Beach, idyllic snorkeling spots, and a relaxed pace that embodies slow travel. Bequia is within ten miles from the tiny privately owned island of Mustique, which has long attracted the world’s elite. From Bequia, catamaran over to Mustique to take in a perfect blend of simplicity, comfort, and sophistication that appeals to its international, cosmopolitan clientele.  

Mayreau, the Grenadines

Mayreau, the Grenadines

Time stands still in Mayreau. Accessible only by yacht and small sailboats, Mayreau is the smallest public island of the Grenadines, with a population of less than 300, centered around an unnamed village on a hilltop in the southwest of the island—its highest point and a nice hike from Saline Beach, where SeaDream anchors. 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.  

Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe

Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe

Îles des Saintes, otherwise known as Les Saintes—an archipelago made of nine islets, only two of which are inhabited—boasts beautiful bays, sheltered coves, exceptional snorkeling, and colorful seaside villages. Considered to be one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Les Saintes Bay on Terre de Haut is arguably best experienced from above, through Fort Napolean, an invigorating hike from the yachting harbor. Swim, snorkel, or simply stroll the beautiful beaches of Plage de Pompierre and Anse Crawen, Terre de Haute’s crown jewels. Soak in The Baths, Virgin Gorda’s geologic wonder made of awe-inspiring boulders that form hidden sea pools on the beach’s edge. 

Deshaies, Guadeloupe

Deshaies, Guadeloupe

This charming fishing village nestled in verdant hills is the most tranquil spot on Guadeloupe, itself an underexplored island crouched in the French Caribbean archipelago. Discover a paradise steep in its past and blessed with incredible diversity, including a rich seabed and rare natural species. Stroll otherworldly botanical gardens, lounge the day away on the golden sands of one of its six secluded beaches (may we recommend La Perle, Fort-Royal, or Anse Riflet?), and enjoy its authentically French seafood restaurants, which you may recognize as the backdrop of the British-French comedy crime drama Death in Paradise. We drop anchor right outside the village and tender ashore. 

Fajardo Bay, Puerto Rico Virgin Islands

Fajardo Bay, Puerto Rico Virgin Islands

After a decade, SeaDream returns to Fajardo Bay. Surrounded by islands and cays, the Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve, and pristine beaches, Fajardo Bay offers much to discover. Explore the picturesque coastline via your yacht’s mountain bikes, pausing to unwind at the crescent-shaped Seven Seas Beach. Sample the gastronomy of the east coast and visit the fishing town of Las Croabas, where the locals go to indulge in seafood.  


Bioluminescent Bay in Fajardo Bay

SeaDream may just be the only commercial vessel that calls on Fajardo Bay, anchoring just off the luxe El Conquistador Resort. Here you have several Yachting Land Adventure options, including resort golf, scuba, and night kayaking through its world-renowned bioluminescent bay. The long and narrow canal that leads to the otherworldly glow-in-the-dark phenomenon makes this unique body of water a lagoon perfect for evening adventure.


Are you ready to experience the secluded islands and playful yachting harbors of the Caribbean in 2026? 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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