YEAR-END HOLIDAY SAILINGS

SeaDream Yacht Club
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How Does St. Barts at New Year’s Sound?

In the virtual reality world of shopping, the month of July is a bit early to think about the year-end holiday season. But, in the real world of “What shall we do to celebrate the year-end holidays this year?” SeaDream Yacht Club suggests that now’s the time to make the move.
“We’ve some great 2009-2010 Caribbean holiday voyages with fares for example on the December 13th, five-night Hanukah voyage starting at $1,799 per person for those who are planning head,” says Bob Lepisto, SeaDream’s President.
Consider these year-end holiday choices:
SeaDream I
• December 13-20, roundtrip San Juan – 7 night
• December 20-27, roundtrip San Juan – 7 night
• December 27-January 3, roundtrip San Juan – 7 night (St. Barts overnight, New Year’s Eve)

SeaDream II
• December 13-18, St. Thomas-San Juan – 5 night
• December 18-27, roundtrip San Juan – 9 night
• December 27-January 3, roundtrip San Juan – 7 night (St. Barts overnight, New Year’s Eve)

Lepisto points out that the twin mega-yacht cruisers SeaDream I and II accommodate only 56 couples served in casual elegance by 95 crewmembers.
Voyages on highly-rated SeaDream are all inclusive.
There is limited space available, it is capacity controlled and offers may be withdrawn at any time. Prices are subject to change without notice.
SeaDream suggests calling a travel professional or SeaDream Yacht Club 800 707-4911. For details go to SeaDream’s website: www.seadream.com

Contact: Ernest Beyl
Director, Corporate & Marketing Communications
SeaDream Yacht Club
(415) 421-3484
ebeyl@seadream.com
beyl@earthlink.net
July 16, 2009