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Sea Cloud Cruises sets course for Lesser Antilles, Cuba, Costa Rica and Panama

Sea Cloud Cruises sets course for Lesser Antilles, Cuba, Costa Rica and Panama
Sea Cloud Cruises 2015/16 winter season is focussed on the Lesser Antilles and The Grenadines, Cuba, the ABC Islands, Costa Rica and Panama. 2016 meanwhile is marked by two special birthdays: Sea Cloud will have been travelling the world's oceans for 85 years, while Sea Cloud II looks back on a 15 year sailing career.

From mid-December 2015, Sea Cloud will sail around the islands of the Lesser Antilles and The Grenadines on seven, ten and 14 night itineraries. The windjammer also sails to the ABC islands of Bonaire and Curaçao and Panama City, Cuba and Central America. There is a Cuban sailing trip from Havana to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic between March 15-27, 2016, with early bird rates from €5,155 per person.) as well as a 12 nights cruis to Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Belize and Mexico and to Havana in March at the same early bird rate.

Sea Cloud II undertakes a 17 day Atlantic cruise rom Las Palma, Gran Canaria to Willemstad in Curacao, between November 27 and December 14, 2015. The renowned adventurer and around-the-world sailor Burghard Pieske will be on board.The focus for Sea Cloud II next winter is on Panama and Costa Rica. A highlight of all cruises is a daytime passage through the Panama Canal. The end of the season sees Sea Cloud II returning to the Lesser Antilles and the Grenadines where her program includes a day of sailing alongside Sea Cloud.

Looking ahead, in summer 2016 there will be several joint encounters of the two vessels. There will also be a special joint birthday cruise. The rest of the time Sea Cloud will sail predominantly the Adriatic and the Eastern Mediterranean, whilst Sea Cloud II will be sailing in northern Europe, to Bergen/Norway, the Shetland and Orkney Isles, Scotland and Ireland.