Itineraries feature off-the-beaten-path destinations, for a remarkably different yachting experienceMiami, FL, January 20, 2022 - SeaDream Yacht Club’s 2024 Caribbean season will sail to the most secluded destinations imagined possible, visiting small, intimate harbors ideal for their 56 stateroom luxury twin yachts SeaDream I and SeaDream II. Perfect for travelers who wish to explore the far reaches of the Caribbean, these itineraries carry guests to the unspoiled and uncrowded island gems of Bequia, Canouan, and Mayreau, among many others. Open for bookings now, SeaDream’s early 2024 Caribbean voyages sail January 2024 through April 2024 and feature 31 delightfully different itineraries. Whether it’s the pristine British Virgin Islands, uninhabited Culebrita Island, the Puerto Rico Archipelago’s crown jewel, or Esperanza, where guests may kayak in bioluminescent waters, each voyage offers a remarkably different yachting experience. Several of SeaDream Yacht Club’s early 2024 Caribbean itineraries—calling on a new island each day:
- Barbados to Antigua, January 6-14, 2024. Ports include Mayreau, Union Island, and Bequia, of St. Vincent and the Grenadines; Martinique; Guadeloupe; Saba; Nevis; and an overnight stay in St. Barts. In Bequia, guests have the opportunity to explore FireFly Plantation, stroll its beautiful estate gardens, and enjoy a tasting of the plantation’s gourmet offerings.
- St. Thomas to St. Martin, February 3-10, 2024. Ports include Beef Island, Tortola, Norman Island and Jost van Dyke, of the breathtaking British Virgin Islands; Sint Maarten; and Anguilla. An overnight stay in the chic harbor of Gustavia, St. Barts, invites guests to enjoy the island’s French flair after dark.
- Puerto Rico roundtrip, March 2-9, 2024. Ports include Culebrita Island and Vieques Island, nestled in the archipelago of Puerto Rico; Beef Island, Virgin Gorda, and Jost van Dyke of the British Virgin Islands; an overnight stay in St. Barts; and Anguilla. Guests can visit Necker Island’s Animal Sanctuary and explore this private island paradise amid stunning wildlife, including the endangered species of Madagascar Lemur.