Caribbean January Through April
Europe May Through September

2005 European Highlights

Croatia, Ukraine, Bulgaria and Romania
With Adriatic and Black Sea, Mediterranean and
Greek Islands Ports-of-Call

2005 Florida Coast and Caribbean Highlights

West Palm Beach, Bahamas, French West Indies,
Netherlands Antilles, British Virgin Islands

2005 Year-End Holiday Highlights

Christmas St. Barts
New Year�s Eve Marigot and St. Barts

SeaDream Yacht Club, operator of the twin, ultra-luxury, mega yachts SeaDream I and II, will offer unusual 2005 sailing schedules and itineraries that include:

� New, highly touted Adriatic and Black Sea ports-of-call in Croatia, the Ukraine, Bulgaria and Romania in addition to many in the Mediterranean and the Greek Islands.

� The Bahamas, French West Indies, Netherlands Antilles and the British Virgin Islands.
SeaDream I and II will be in the Caribbean from January through April 2005 and from October through the end of 2005 and onward. The SeaDream twin mega yachts will sail in European waters May through September, 2005.

Included for 2005 are classic cities and resort destinations as turnarounds and intriguing, small and exclusive yachting ports. Most sailings are seven-days but the schedule also features many shorter sailings ideal for those with time constraints or for the incentive market.

Home ports with turnarounds in the Florida and the Caribbean include West Palm Beach (four sailings) St, Thomas, San Juan and Marigot. Home ports with turnarounds in Europe include Nice, Monaco, Barcelona, Rome, Venice, Dubrovnik and Istanbul.

�We believe our Croatian sailings will be a hot item in 2005,� said Larry Pimentel, CTC, President and CEO of SeaDream.

�Many travel industry observers have expressed that Croatia with interesting ports along the Adriatic Sea is on its way to becoming the new Mediterranean. The ports are mostly small and fascinating and the economy of the area is user-friendly for visitors,� Pimentel said.
SeaDream will feature several sailings in and out of Dubrovnik in Croatia. Among Ports-of-call in Croatia (Many of them little known) are:

Dubrovnik---Dubrovnik gives visitors the feeling that they are stepping back in time into a pedestrian-only walled city. It is easy to become lost in the history and medieval architecture while enjoying world-class shopping.

Korcula---A green, forested island on the Adriatic coast with an ancient walled city at its center. Korcula is surrounded by vineyards and olive groves.

Hvar---In central Dalmatia, the small island of Hvar enjoys a mild, sunny climate that makes it an attractive resort area.

Rab---Along Kvarner Bay in the Northern Adriatic, Rab is a tiny town whose inhabitants live by agriculture, fishing and shipbuilding.

Trogir---Trogir is a small town and harbor on Kastelanski Bay near Split. It has a fine museum of antiquity, old libraries and art galleries.

Rovinj---An ancient settlement of great beauty. It has attracted visitors as far back as the 8th century. Known for its truffle fields, it is a favorite upscale port for yachts in the Adriatic.

SeaDream will also call on Black Sea ports of Odessa and Sevastopol in the Ukraine, Nessebar, a 3000-year-old Bulgarian town, and Constanta, the vibrant, largest city in Romania.

Added to the 2005 schedule also are four sailings from West Palm Beach, Florida. Three of these are four-night sailings and a fifth is seven-nights. Both SeaDream I and II will make these sailings which will call at Rose Island and Nassau in the Bahamas and in the Turks and Caicos. Both SeaDream yachts will then re-position to the Caribbean for the season.

In 2005 year-end holiday sailings of SeaDream I will include Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in St. Barts. SeaDream I will spend New Year�s Eve in Marigot and will depart at midnight. SeaDream II will overnight December 31, 2005 at St. Barts.

In both the Caribbean and in Europe SeaDream has many late evening port departures or overnights. �It�s a shame to force guests back aboard and depart in the early evening hours when in many ports the action doesn�t get started until quite late,� Pimentel said..
He called the 2005 schedule and itineraries �The most ambitious we have mounted since our founding in 2001.�

SeaDream�s complete 2005 schedules may be found on its

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 President and CEO of the Coconut Grove, Florida-headquartered SeaDream Yacht Club and a co-owner. Brynestad is Chairman. 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. SeaDream I and II shared the top Five-Star Club award in the Berlitz Ocean Cruising and Cruise Ships 2003 guidebook and recently in the 2004 guidebook. For the 2004 guidebook, author Douglas Ward created a special category �Utterly Exclusive� for only three vessels he said to be above luxury. Of the three, two were SeaDream I and II.