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SeaDream I's 2016 packs in more southern Caribbean ports

SeaDream I's 2016 packs in more southern Caribbean ports
SeaDream Yacht Club's 112-passenger twin-mega yachts will return to the Caribbean for the 2015/16 winter season. After both vessels ring in New Year's Eve with an overnight at St. Barts on already sold-out cruises, SeaDream I will make its way to the southern Caribbean.

Offering more ports than ever before, the ship will operate a dozen sailings between Jan. 3 and April 2, 2016, showcasing St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Martinique, Guadeloupe, St. Lucia and more. Three round-trips from Bridgetown, Barbados, will be available along with nine cruises between Bridgetown and Marigot, St. Martin.

SeaDream Yacht Club manager Adrienne d'Annunzio said the islands hold a special place for crew and passengers, evident by a recent on-board fundraiser during the trans-Atlantic crossing to benefit Hands Across the Sea, an organization dedicated to raising literacy levels in the Caribbean.

Full 2016 itineraries for SeaDream I are available on the SeaDream Yacht Club website.

Shore excursion highlights include a trip to tiny, elite Mustique, with where celebrities like Mick Jagger and Tommy Hilfiger have homes. In Nevis, passengers can explore on horseback. From Rodney Bay, St. Lucia, an open-air Jeep adventure journeys into the Cul de Sac Valley to visit Latille Waterfall for an optional swim.

SeaDream Yacht Club's signature 'Champagne and Caviar Splash' is offered throughout the 2016 southern Caribbean voyages. Premium caviar and bubbles are served on a surfboard covered in white linen before the crew lay out a barbecue on the beach.

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