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TEN DAYS SEADREAMING THROUGH THE GREEK ISLANDS THIS JULY

January 8, 2015 by adannunzio
Paros Island, Greece

Paros Island, Greece

IMMERSE yourself for an-almost week and a half in the fabled Greek Islands this July 25 when the world’s highest-rated boutique passenger vessel, SeaDream II sails a 10-day roundtrip voyage from Athens, with the price including any-time premium bar drinks, wines with meals, a 30-international course golf simulator, fitness center, mountain bikes for shore excursions, power and sail water-sports where locally permitted – even onboard crew gratuities.

SeaDream’s 5-star dining either alfresco or in the elegant dining room, and smart-casual ambience rounds out this captivating itinerary that takes in the islands of Sifnos, Skopelos, Skiathos, Patmos, Paros, Santorini and Hydra, and mainland ports of Kusadasi in Turkey and Nafplion in Greece.

The mega yacht, SeaDream II carries a maximum 112 guests served by 95 crew, with prices for this sailing starting from US$7109pp twin-share including port charges and taxes; full details from travel agents or www.seadream.com

ADDITIONAL PORT DETAILS:

SIFNOS often called The Gem of the Cyclades and renowned for its local cuisine and dining venues.

SKOPELOS and SKIATHOS both featured in the movie Mama Mia!

KUSADASI famed for its Grand Bazaar and nearby Ephesus with the House of the Virgin Mary.

PATMOS the claimed home of John the Baptist.

PAROS one of the “most unspoiled islands” in the Cyclades.

SANTORINI is famous for not allowing motor vehicles that would spoil the ambience of its waterfront restaurants, boutiques and bars.

NAFPLION offers the chance to climb 1000 steps to an ancient fortress.

HYDRA is one of the Greek Islands’ most-renowned venues for markets, galleries, restaurants, boutiques and other stores around its colorful waterfront.