SeaDream 1 arrives in London for the company’s first-ever sailing ex-UK
Tallinn’s famed Hanseatic architecture
SEADREAM YACHT CLUB will make an historic first-ever sailing from England in August of this year, with it’s SeaDream I sailing 14-nights round-trip from Dover to some of the smaller medieval cities, ports and islands of the Baltic that larger cruise ships cannot access, together with two-nights in Russia’s St Petersburg and a transit of Germany’s historic 1895 Kiel Canal.
Departing on August 16 just weeks after completing a US$5m refurbishment, SeaDream I’s truly dream-itinerary will embrace time-warped Bornholm in Denmark with its ancient stone fortresses, Sweden’s Visby dating back to 900AD, Tallinn in Estonia with its Medieval Old Town and famed Hanseatic architecture, and tiny Sassnitz (population under 10,000) on Germany’s Ruegen island and famous for its “white cliffs.”
During its stay in St Petersburg from Friday morning to Sunday morning, SeaDream will offer guests a wide range of optional sightseeing and cultural activities in this famous city.
Prices begin from US$8749pp twin-share for 14-nights including all 5-star dining, wines with lunch and dinner, bar drinks, power and sail water-sports (in ports where permitted,) use of a 30 championship course golf simulator and state of the art fitness centre, gratuities, and port charges and taxes.
The mega motor-cruiser SeaDream I has just 56 staterooms for a maximum 112 guests served by 95 crew.
For full details see travel agents or visit www.seadream.com
David Ellis, email@example.com