COCONUT GROVE, FL---SeaDream Yacht Club, operator of the ultra luxury, twin mega yachts SeaDream I and II, has updated and refined its 2003 schedules and itineraries in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. Highlights are:

� International yachting resort Monte Carlo will become the primary home port for the twins in the Mediterranean,

� There will be more embarkations and disembarkations in Civitavecchia (port for the Eternal City of Rome),

� More overnights and late evening departures from so-called �nightlife� ports in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean will be included,

� And there will be more SeaDream Marina Days when active guests can enjoy their yacht�s water toys in secluded bays and coves.

The new seven-day itineraries will be reflected in SeaDream�s latest brochure, expected shortly and be added to its website.

Commenting on the 2003 itinerary and schedule changes, Larry Pimentel, CTC, Chairman and CEO for SeaDream, said �Our experience in our first year of operation shows that guests love the so-called glamour yachting ports and intimate glamour capitals of the Mediterranean.

�That�s why we have elected to home port in Monte Carlo where we will have the opportunity to dock aft-in---right among the great yachts of the world---in the exciting heart of this internationally acclaimed city-state. In a survey of our individual past guests and of those who have chartered our yachts, we received a resounding cheer for Monte Carlo.

�It is interesting to note,� Pimentel said �that Monte Carlo was the original home port of these twins when they were originally introduced.�

Pimentel also pointed out that several 2003 sailings will utilize Civitavecchia (the port for the city of Rome) as the port of embarkation or disembarkation. �Rome is one of the truly great cities in the world and we got clear signals from our guests in our inaugural year that it was a highly desirable place to begin or end a yachting holiday. This is an ideal port from which to sail to the beautiful islands of Corsica and Sardinia and additionally to the top hot spots like Capri, Sorrento, Positano and areas along the Amalfi Coast.�

SeaDream�s 2003 Mediterranean schedule, which features more than 30 new ports in the western and eastern Mediterranean, also includes some seven day Nice-Nice itineraries and two August itineraries in the Greek Islands with Istanbul being the Northern turnaround port.

Pimentel also commented on added yacht port overnights and late evening departures.

�SeaDream enjoys a clientele with an active lifestyle. Their attitude is �Who wants to depart an exciting port of call late in the afternoon or early evening, just when things are getting started?� That�s what cruise ships do,� he said, �and we are not in the cruise ship business.

�For our summer Mediterranean sailings we will be overnighting in St. Tropez, Cannes, St. Jean Cap Ferrat, Capri, Sorrento and Bonafacio in Corsica. It would be a shame to deprive our guests of the nightlife in those ports. Also, in such ports as Positano and Calvi we will remain until late in the evening to give our guests the opportunity to really have some fun ashore.

�In our winter Caribbean season we will overnight in Gustavia on St. Bart�s and will get away late when we call on the island of Tortola,� Pimentel said.

SeaDream�s 2003 schedules and itineraries also include more opportunities for guests to enjoy the stern Marina on SeaDream I and II. In a typical seven day sailing in both the Caribbean and the Mediterranean there will always be two or three days in which the yachts� stern Marinas will be deployed for guests to enjoy water sports activities.

However, Marina opportunities are optional. �If guests wish to go ashore instead, it�s up to them. It�s the best of all possible worlds---take our tender ashore for shopping, dining and exploring or remain aboard and play with our water toys from the stern Marina,� Pimentel said.

�At some stops such as St. Tropez, we will anchor off Tahiti Beach in the morning and then move closer to St. Tropez itself in the afternoon . This is consistent with what a person would experience on a personal yacht. The point is, you just don�t get this flexibility on a passenger vessel,� he added.

SeaDream�s 2003 schedules and itineraries will be on in Friday, September 6.

SeaDream Yacht Club is the yachting venture by Norwegian entrepreneur Atle Brynestad who founded Seabourn Cruise Line and Larry Pimentel, who was president of Seabourn under Brynestad and later president and CEO of the merged Cunard and Seabourn. Pimentel is Chairman and CEO of the Coconut Grove, Florida-headquartered SeaDream Yacht Club and a co-owner. The company operates SeaDream I and SeaDream II, twin, ultra luxury, mega yachts that operate on seven-day sailings in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. The yachts are not only ideal for discerning travelers seeking an unstructured and casual holiday experience but also for small meetings and incentive groups or individual private family gatherings. They are available for full charter. The SeaDream Yacht Club reservations number is 1 800 707-4911. The website is