SeaDream I, operating in the Caribbean now, will go into the same European dry dock in April for the same work. Beginning in May, both yachts start their Mediterranean season. SeaDream I and II will base in Nice for Med sailings and in St. Thomas for the Caribbean. Both will cruise from Miami in November and December for a 10-week stint.
As outlined here earlier, SeaDream Yacht Club is promoting itself as a yachting experience - not a cruise - featuring flexible arrival and departure times, overnighting in key ports such as Monte Carlo and St. Tropez, socialising and excursions with the officers and staff and casual dress. 'The key word to our yachting experience is unstructured. Think of it as a free-form holiday. It's all about personal choice,' says SeaDream chairman and ceo Larry Pimentel.