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March 29, 2005

SeaDream Yacht Club Announces Its 2006 Schedule

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SEADREAM YACHT CLUB
ANNOUNCES ITS 2006 DREAM SCHEDULE

Caribbean January through April
Europe May through October

2006 Caribbean Highlights:

French West Indies, British Virgin Islands,
Netherlands Antilles

2006 European Highlights

Croatia, Ukraine, Bulgaria and Romania, Egypt,
Cyprus, North Africa, Spain, Mediterranean, Greek Islands

2006 Year-End Holiday Highlights

Christmas: French West Indies and the Grenadines
New Year’s Eve: French West Indies

SeaDream Yacht Club, operator of the twin, ultra-luxury, mega-yacht cruisers SeaDream I and II, has announced its schedules and itineraries for 2006. They include:

  • The French West Indies, Netherlands Antilles and British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean;

  • Croatia, Ukraine, Romania, Egypt, Cyprus, North Africa, Spain the Mediterranean and the Greek Islands in Europe.

SeaDream I and II will sail in the Caribbean from January through April 2006 and from November through the end of 2006 and onward. They will sail in European waters from May through October 2006.

“This is the most ambitious schedule we have put forth since we began late in 2001,” said Larry Pimentel, CTC, President and CEO of SeaDream Yacht Club. Included for 2006 are classic cities and resort destinations and intriguing small and exclusive yachting ports. Most sailings are seven days but the schedule also features some shorter sailings ideal for those with time constraints.

New Caribbean ports for 2006 include: La Romana, Dominican Republic; Saba, Netherlands Antilles; Bequia and Union Island in the Grenadines; Port Antonio, Jamaica and Portsmouth, Dominica.

New European ports for 2006 include: Trieste and Viareggio, Italy; Kotor, Montenegro; Port Said and Alexandria, Egypt; Casablanca and Agadir, Morocco.

Home ports with turnarounds in the Caribbean are San Juan, St. Thomas, Bridgetown, Antigua and St. Martin. The Antigua and St., Martin voyages in February, March and April of 2006 are new for SeaDream and are substitutions for previously announced sailings along Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula and Belize.

Home ports with turnarounds in Europe are Nice, Monte Carlo, Venice, Athens, Istanbul, Dubrovnik, Alexandria, Naples, Seville and Rome.

In 2006, year-end holiday sailings of SeaDream I and II will include Christmas Eve in Marigot and St. Martin or Union Island in the Grenadines; and New Year’s Eve at St. Martin or St. Barts.

In both the Caribbean and in Europe SeaDream has frequent late evening port departures or overnights. Pimentel commented: “It’s a shame to force guests back aboard and to depart in the early evening hours when in many ports the action doesn’t get started until quite late.”

“Antigua and St. Martin will support SeaDream’s excellent growth of European guests. Air transportation from Europe is extensive as it is from North America,” Pimentel said. SeaDream’s complete 2006 schedules and itineraries may be found on their website or by calling #1-800-738-8837.

SeaDream Yacht Club is the yachting venture by Norwegian entrepreneur Atle Brynestad who founded Seabourn Cruise Line, and Larry Pimentel who was president of Seabourn under Brynestad and later president and CEO of the merged Cunard and Seabourn. Pimentel is President and CEO of the Coconut Grove, Florida-headquartered SeaDream Yacht Club and a co-owner. Brynestad is Chairman. The company operates SeaDream I and SeaDream II, twin, ultra luxury, mega yachts that operate on seven-day sailings in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, Dalmatian Coast and the Black Sea. The yachts are not only ideal for discerning travelers seeking an unstructured and casual holiday experience but also for small meetings and incentive groups or individual private family gatherings. They are available for full charter. SeaDream I and II shared the top Five-Star Club award in the Berlitz Ocean Cruising and Cruise Ships 2003, 2004 and recently in the 2005 guidebook. For this guidebook author Douglas Ward created a special category “Utterly Exclusive” for only three vessels he said to be above luxury. Of the three, two were SeaDream I and II.

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March 29, 2005

SeaDream Yacht Club Announces Its 2006 Schedule

diamondprincess.jpg

SEADREAM YACHT CLUB
ANNOUNCES ITS 2006 DREAM SCHEDULE

Caribbean January through April
Europe May through October

2006 Caribbean Highlights:

French West Indies, British Virgin Islands,
Netherlands Antilles

2006 European Highlights

Croatia, Ukraine, Bulgaria and Romania, Egypt,
Cyprus, North Africa, Spain, Mediterranean, Greek Islands

2006 Year-End Holiday Highlights

Christmas: French West Indies and the Grenadines
New Year’s Eve: French West Indies

SeaDream Yacht Club, operator of the twin, ultra-luxury, mega-yacht cruisers SeaDream I and II, has announced its schedules and itineraries for 2006. They include:

  • The French West Indies, Netherlands Antilles and British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean;

  • Croatia, Ukraine, Romania, Egypt, Cyprus, North Africa, Spain the Mediterranean and the Greek Islands in Europe.

SeaDream I and II will sail in the Caribbean from January through April 2006 and from November through the end of 2006 and onward. They will sail in European waters from May through October 2006.

“This is the most ambitious schedule we have put forth since we began late in 2001,” said Larry Pimentel, CTC, President and CEO of SeaDream Yacht Club. Included for 2006 are classic cities and resort destinations and intriguing small and exclusive yachting ports. Most sailings are seven days but the schedule also features some shorter sailings ideal for those with time constraints.

New Caribbean ports for 2006 include: La Romana, Dominican Republic; Saba, Netherlands Antilles; Bequia and Union Island in the Grenadines; Port Antonio, Jamaica and Portsmouth, Dominica.

New European ports for 2006 include: Trieste and Viareggio, Italy; Kotor, Montenegro; Port Said and Alexandria, Egypt; Casablanca and Agadir, Morocco.

Home ports with turnarounds in the Caribbean are San Juan, St. Thomas, Bridgetown, Antigua and St. Martin. The Antigua and St., Martin voyages in February, March and April of 2006 are new for SeaDream and are substitutions for previously announced sailings along Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula and Belize.

Home ports with turnarounds in Europe are Nice, Monte Carlo, Venice, Athens, Istanbul, Dubrovnik, Alexandria, Naples, Seville and Rome.

In 2006, year-end holiday sailings of SeaDream I and II will include Christmas Eve in Marigot and St. Martin or Union Island in the Grenadines; and New Year’s Eve at St. Martin or St. Barts.

In both the Caribbean and in Europe SeaDream has frequent late evening port departures or overnights. Pimentel commented: “It’s a shame to force guests back aboard and to depart in the early evening hours when in many ports the action doesn’t get started until quite late.”

“Antigua and St. Martin will support SeaDream’s excellent growth of European guests. Air transportation from Europe is extensive as it is from North America,” Pimentel said. SeaDream’s complete 2006 schedules and itineraries may be found on their website or by calling #1-800-738-8837.

SeaDream Yacht Club is the yachting venture by Norwegian entrepreneur Atle Brynestad who founded Seabourn Cruise Line, and Larry Pimentel who was president of Seabourn under Brynestad and later president and CEO of the merged Cunard and Seabourn. Pimentel is President and CEO of the Coconut Grove, Florida-headquartered SeaDream Yacht Club and a co-owner. Brynestad is Chairman. The company operates SeaDream I and SeaDream II, twin, ultra luxury, mega yachts that operate on seven-day sailings in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, Dalmatian Coast and the Black Sea. The yachts are not only ideal for discerning travelers seeking an unstructured and casual holiday experience but also for small meetings and incentive groups or individual private family gatherings. They are available for full charter. SeaDream I and II shared the top Five-Star Club award in the Berlitz Ocean Cruising and Cruise Ships 2003, 2004 and recently in the 2005 guidebook. For this guidebook author Douglas Ward created a special category “Utterly Exclusive” for only three vessels he said to be above luxury. Of the three, two were SeaDream I and II.

Press Release By SeaDream Yacht Club

SeaDream Yacht Club Europe Cruise Information

Posted by Denise at March 29, 2005 04:31 PM

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