When Romance Blossomed SeaDream
Had the Answer for Canadian Couple
SeaDream Yacht Club— which believes that romance and yachting go together like love and marriage— has picked a winning couple for its 2010, first annual honeymoon contest.
The winners are two young Canadians who have been awarded a seven-day SeaDream voyage. They are Carmen Faith Bailey and Peter Bradshaw from Edmonton, Alberta Province who are receiving a SeaDream voyage with all the trimmings aboard one of the line’s elegant mega-yacht cruisers.
The winning couple, having decided that an opulent, not to mention expensive wedding was not in cards for them, began surfing the web for shoe-string honeymoons or better yet, “win-a-free- honeymoon” contests. “The SeaDream Honeymoon contest was the first item that popped up on my screen,” said Carmen. “
Contest applicants were invited to seek the support of friends and family in promoting them through various social media including Email, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and personal blogs. A SeaDream-selected jury, reviewed all applications and comments of friends and family and then chose the winner.
Bob Lepisto, SeaDream President, said the contest is expected to be an annual event. “Casual but elegant SeaDream is ideal for honeymoons. Couples can be as private as they wish. For example they may dine alone in private alcoves on deck and can even sleep under the stars on SeaDream’s Balinese Beds if they wish. His and her massages are possible in our Spa and if a couple chooses a highly active, social lifestyle aboard their SeaDream yacht; they may choose to enjoy our water sports toys and the companionship of other guests.
“SeaDream is proving that romance is here to stay,” he concluded.
There was a high international response to SeaDream’s Honeymoon Contest received during the contest period, May 26 through July 30, 2010—proving that romance is alive and well.
Editors Please Note: There is a photo of this happy couple if you want it.
Director, Corporate & Marketing Communications
SeaDream Yacht Club
September 2, 2010