SeaDream Yacht Club, well-known specialist in meeting or exceeding the whims and desires---not to mention necessities---of the new luxury traveler, has announced its 2008 schedules and itineraries for those not only thinking of their leisure time in 2007, but who are wisely planning ahead for next year.
All the details from January through December 2008 for the luxury operator�s award-winning twin yachts, SeaDream I and II, may be found on its

Commenting on the 2008 sailings, Larry Pimentel, President and CEO of award-winning SeaDream Yacht Club, stated: �As with 2007, next year will find our small, sleek, 50-couple yachts sailing in European and Caribbean waters. They will call not only at vibrant port cities, but also at small and exclusive seaside towns and villages where the big passenger ships can�t go.

The 2008 schedules will split the sailing seasons with 176 days in Europe, 168 days in the Caribbean and 22-days in transatlantic voyages back and forth.

In Europe from May through October SeaDream I and II will sail in the Mediterranean, the Adriatic Sea, the Aegean Sea up into Croatia and even down to Tunisia. Embarkation and Debarkation ports include Barcelona, Seville, Tenerife, Lisbon, Nice, Monte Carlo, Rome, Venice, Athens and Dubrovnik.

New Ports for 2008 in the European sailings include: Mahdia, Yasmine Marina (Tunisia), Trapani, Porto Empedocles, Volcano Island (Sicily), Ponza (Italy), Porto Banus, La Gomera Island (Spain), Saint Florent (Corsica), Pythagoreion (Greek Isles), Nassabur (Bulgaria) and Setubal and Cascais (Portugal)..
In the Caribbean from January through April the two SeaDream yachts will sail in the British Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, French West Indies, Netherlands Antilles and the Windward & Leeward Islands. Embarkation and disembarkation ports include convenient and accessible air gateways San Juan, St. Thomas, Antigua and Barbados.

Among new Caribbean ports for 2008 are Lucaya (Grand Bahamas), Egg Island (Bahamas), Cockburn Town (Turks and Caicos), Samana (Dominican Republic), Peter Island (British Virgin Islands) and Trois Ilets (Martinique). SeaDream II will also make a call on Miami in November for a seven-day voyage including ports in the Bahamas, Turks and Caicaos, St. Barts and Jost van Dyke.