SeaDream Yacht Club Opens 2024 Caribbean Reservations

SeaDream Yacht Club has opened sales for its 2024 Caribbean season, which includes itineraries that visit uncrowded islands such as Bequia, Canouan and Mayreau.

The 56-stateroom twin yachts – SeaDream I and SeaDream II – will visit small, intimate harbors that large cruise ships cannot.


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SeaDream’s Caribbean voyages from January through April 2024 will operate 31 different itineraries that visit the British Virgin Islands, uninhabited Culebrita Island, the Puerto Rico archipelago’s crown jewel, or Esperanza, where guests may kayak in bioluminescent waters.

Several early 2024 Caribbean itineraries call on a new island each day.

For example, the Jan. 6-14, 2024, itinerary from Barbados to Antigua will include Mayreau, Union Island and Bequia of St. Vincent and the Grenadines; Martinique; Guadeloupe; Saba; Nevis; and an overnight in St. Barts.

The Feb. 3-10, 2024, itinerary from St. Thomas to St. Martin includes visits to Beef Island, Tortola, Norman Island and Jost van Dyke of the British Virgin Islands; Sint Maarten; and Anguilla.

The March 2-9 Puerto Rico roundtrip includes Culebrita Island and Vieques Island in the archipelago of Puerto Rico; Beef Island, Virgin Gorda and Jost van Dyke of the British Virgin Islands; an overnight stay in St. Barts; and Anguilla. Guests can visit Necker Island’s Animal Sanctuary and explore this private island’s paradise wildlife, including the endangered species of Madagascar lemur.

SeaDream recently unveiled $10 million in yacht renovations. The yachts have an enhanced watersports marina equipped with personal sailboats, Hobie Cat catamarans, kayaks, a banana boat, wakeboards, snorkeling gear, a floating island and trampoline, stand-up paddleboards and personal watercrafts.

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