There will be seven Monte Carlo roundtrip voyages, a Monte Carlo to Malaga sailing and a Malaga roundtrip.
The niche yachting specialist is also altering its Caribbean sailings to include several seven-day roundtrips from Barbados including a year-end holiday sailing. And SeaDream will make available for booking its eastbound transatlantic sailings of both SeaDream I and II in April, originally planned as deadhead crossings.
The changes result from a survey of hundreds of consumers, travel agents and yacht charter specialists. Chairman and ceo Larry Pimentel said the findings showed that SeaDream's target market in both North America and Europe is enthusiastic about the Mediterranean, while European interviewees indicated a strong preference for the deeper Caribbean. The revised 2003 schedule adds new SeaDream ports including Charlotteville, Tobago; St. George's, Bequia; Cariaccou and Mayreau in the Grenadines; Rodney Bay and Soufriere in St. Lucia; and Malaga, Cartagena, Mahon and Barcelona in Spain. The new schedules are at www.seadreamyachtclub.com.