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Sea Cloud Cruises has limited space for America's Cup sailings

Sea Cloud Spirit's America's Cup cruises will include some days under full sail
Sea Cloud Cruises has limited remaining space for two October voyages overnighting in Barcelona during the 37th Louis Vuitton America’s Cup.

America’s Cup veteran Tim Kröger will be aboard to provide commentary as the regatta drama plays out on the America’s Cup livestream shown throughout the sailings. For an added cost, travelers can board an 82-foot catamaran at Marina Vela to see the competition finale up close.

'Sailing is rooted in the DNA of the Sea Cloud Cruises fleet, inspired by Marjorie Merriweather Post’s original Sea Cloud, the Sea Cloud II and our newest and largest ship Sea Cloud Spirit,' said Mirell Reyes, president of Sea Cloud Cruises North America. 'This October Barcelona will become the epicenter of the sailing race world for the America’s Cup and a memorable moment for our guests onboard.'

13-night and six-night options

A 13-night sailing beginning Oct. 5 at Nice offers a full day under sails, calls at Calvia and Bastia, Corsica; Sanremo, Italy; Marseille, France and Palamós, Spain, ending with an overnight for the America's Cup on Oct. 18. The sailing then continues to Collioure and Sète/France, then a day under full sails and concludes back at Nice. A six-night itinerary option begins on Oct. 12 in Barcelona.

Tim Kröger

With a 40-year sailing career, Kröger began is a world and German champion, two- time world circumnavigator, America’s Cup participant, author and TV commentator.

The America’s Cup voyage fares are priced starting at $12,915 per person for 13 nights and $6,575 for six nights.