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Voyage Number11346
From DateNov 30, 2013
To DateDec 07, 2013
Duration 7 days
YachtSeaDream I


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Voyage number 11346


Date Ports of Call Arrive Depart
Nov 30, 2013Caldera, Costa RicaMorningEvening
Dec 02, 2013Isla de Coiba, PanamaMorningEvening
Dec 03, 2013Golfito, Costa RicaMorningLate evening
Dec 04, 2013Drake Bay, Costa RicaMorningMid-day
Dec 04, 2013Isla del Cano, Costa RicaAfternoonEvening
Dec 05, 2013Quepos, Costa RicaMorningMorning
Dec 06, 2013Playa Curu & Tortuga Islands, Costa RicaMorningEvening
Dec 07, 2013Caldera, Costa RicaMorningEvening

Book Today and Save Specials

Class USD
The Owner's Suite $ 8,239
Admiral Suite $ 7,259
Commodore Deck 3 $ 6,479
Commodore Deck 2 $ 5,639
Yacht Club Deck 4 $ 4,119
Yacht Club Deck 3 $ 3,599
Yacht Club Deck 2 $ 3,199
Government, Port, Document Issuance, Handling & Service fees $ 427

"Book Today and Save" fares are capacity controlled and may change without notice. The fares are per person based on double occupancy. Single and third person rates are also available. SeaDream Yacht Club strongly recommends that all guests purchase travel insurance. The Travel Guard Insurance plan can be purchased for 8.75% of the total invoice

Brochure fare

Class USD
The Owners's Suite $ 18,500
Admiral Suite $ 17,750
Commodore Deck 3 $ 15,800
Commodore Deck 2 $ 14,800
Yacht Club Deck 4 $ 8,400
Yacht Club Deck 3 $ 7,900
Yacht Club Deck 2 $ 7,400
Government, Port, Document Issuance, Handling & Service fees $ 427

Single Supplement for this voyage is 175% for Yacht Club Deck 2,3 and 4. For Commodore, Admiral and Owners Suite, a 200% single supplement rate applies.

Port Name Description
A very important port in the Pacific, Puerto Caldera sits near the mouth of the Golfo de Nicoya. Located in the northern region of Puntarenas province on the Central Pacific Coast, this tiny town is a key port for ships from all across the globe. With an industrial port complex built here to accommodate both cruise liners as well as cargo vessels, Puerto Caldera plays a vital role in Costa Rica's trade with the world. Just over one hour west of San Jose, the capital, Puerto Caldera acts as a significant access spot to the Pacific Coast. A 45 minute drive from the touristy town of Jaco, and about 18 km southeast from the city of Puntarenas, this port has no real passenger facilities or services with the exception of a small port terminal. The terminal here is air-conditioned with restroom facilities, an information desk, public phone access and a few vendors aimed at tourists. For international visitors a call center is at hand which accepts all major credit cards. Situated in a lush and unspoiled region of the province and with close proximity to many of Puntarenas's major tourist attractions and nature reserves, Puerto Caldera is a great place to parasail. Perfect for the adventure tourist looking for some action, this small port town has some amazing steep cliffs, from which one can take off to see some truly breathtaking views of the country's Pacific Coast.
Curu National Wildlife Refuge and Hacienda is located on the southern Nicoya Peninsula of northwestern Costa Rica. The area is teaming with abundant wildlife and hosts one of the most beautiful beaches and protected bays on the Nicoya Peninsula. The area offers easy access to seeing some of the most sought after species such as White-faced monkeys, Howler monkeys, Spider Monkeys, Scarlet Macaws, White-tailed Deer, Collared Peccary, Coati, Raccoons, Coyotes, Iguanas, and hundreds of species of tropical and migratory birds. Curu contains Costa Rica's first private National Wildlife Refuge and is an example of a successful sustainable development program. The hacienda still includes low levels of cattle grazing and produces tropical fruits such as mangos on an annual basis; however, tourism and visitation by school groups and researchers are the focus of Curu today. Curu National Wildlife Refuge and Hacienda is managed sustainably to produce a profit and local employment, while also protecting its threatened and endangered forested habitats such as mangroves, tropical moist and dry forests, and coral reefs Tortuga Island: The white sandy beach and sparkling turquoise waters will entice you to stay for a day of relaxation in this beautiful environment. This is where guests will enjoy our signature Champagne and Caviar Splash surved SeaDream Style in the surf. After guests will enjoy our traditional BBQ luncheon on the beach.
Quepos is the gateway to Manuel Antonio National Park. There are numerous bars and restaurants in the city, and a vivacious nightlife. Located fewer than 100 miles (160 km) from San Jose, on the Central Pacific coast of Costa Rica, are the very popular towns of Quepos and much smaller Manuel Antonio. The town is named for the indigenous Quepo Indians who inhabited the place in the colonial era. Quepos is a picturesque town with a small bit of the colonial era wall left. It has excellent area bus service. Quepos offers fishing for numerous varieties of fish, especially Pacific Sailfish. Peak fishing season is from November to April for billfish. Manuel Antonio has the most popular National Park and beach in Costa Rica. Several years ago the country's park service imposed limits on the number of visitors to the park (600 per day, and it's closed on Mondays), to prevent this tiny natural area from becoming 'resortified'.
Isla del Cano is a small island in the Bahia de Coronado (Coronado Bay) in Costa Rica. It is on the Pacific Ocean side of Costa Rica, 10 miles west of Punta Llorona on Peni¬nsula de Osa. It rises steeply to a flat top of 123 meters in height. It has been established as a protected national park, with a permanent ranger station on the island. It is a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors for its beaches, coral beds, and sea life. Researchers currently use the coral beds to study the factors surrounding coral death and recolonization. Marine life includes manta rays, dolphins, sea turtles, whales, and a wide variety of fish. The limited diversity of terrestrial fauna, however, is noticeable, with the island having less than one percent of the insect diversity of the peninsula and an absence of numerous animals native to the nearby mainland. Evidence of pre Columbian human activity on the island is substantial, with some of the most interesting artifacts being stone spheres evidently carved by early civilizations. Kindly note - Isla del Caño is a sanctuary, and is monitored very heavily by the Ministry of Health for sanitary reasons. In some cases without warning, they could close the island to visitors and in other cases, they can limit visits to small groups of 15. SeaDream has worked very hard to secure the visits to this unique island but can’t guarantee all guests will have the opportunity on all calls.
First discovered by Sir Francis Drake during his travels around the world in the 16th century, Bahia Drake - or Drake Bay - is located in the northern region of the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. Formerly one of the most remote settlements in the country, its growing popularity has meant increased access for tourists, and gradual development has brought increased amenities. Despite this, the area still retains the atmosphere of exploration that makes a vacation to the region so exciting. Tourists are treated to a taste of the exotic, as Drake Bay remains one of the most secluded spots in all of Costa Rica. Quite literally a tropical paradise, the region boasts miles of pristine beaches, spectacular lagoons and coves ideal for scuba diving, as well as leafy palms that fringe the coastline, making Drake Bay an ideal place for those looking to enjoy a quieter vacation in Costa Rica. One of the premier attractions that vacationers won't want to miss is Corcovado National Park. First created in the 1970s to protect the countryside from gold mining and logging, Corcovado remains one of the most stunningly beautiful conservation areas in the country. The nature reserve is a popular destination for ecotourists, and visitors can see an incredible variety of wildlife in the jungles of the reserve. Animals that make their home here include tapirs, red-eyed tree frogs, resplendent quetzals, and scarlet macaws. Enjoying a tropical climate year-round, the area is ideal for active vacationers who want to experience the thrills of jungle exploration. Many miles of hiking trails wind through the majestic rainforests of the region, and there are four ranger stations located throughout the park to provide guidance to explorers who wander off the beaten path. Offering the perfect blend of seclusion, natural beauty and tropical climate, a vacation to Drake Bay could be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Golfito is located on Costa Rica's South Pacific coast, about 340 highway kilometers from San Jose. This small port city is a narrow strip along Golfito Bay backed against steep green hills covered with pristine rainforest, with the Golfo Dulce lying seaward outside Golfito Bay. The city has a variety of hotels and restaurants, many of which also now provide free wireless Internet service for customers. Golfito was the main port on the South Pacific Coast of Costa Rica in the days when there was little except huge banana plantations. Diseases which infected the bananas and massive strikes by the workers contributed largely to the United Fruit Company's decision to leave the area. To help remedy the resulting impoverishment of the region, the government established a duty-free zone. In addition to the duty-free shopping, there are a variety of activities one can find around Golfito which are more off the beaten path compared to typical tourist activities in other areas. Beautiful beaches such as Playa Zancudo, and the surfing paradise Pavones are within easy reach from Golfito by car, boat or bus.
Located in the Gulf of Chiriqui­, Coiba National Park is off Panama's Pacific coast. Coiba National Park (Nacional Parque Coiba) is a group of 38 islands including Coiba Island (Isla Coiba) and the waters surrounding them and covers 430,825 acres. Identified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 2005, Coiba National Park offers rich and well preserved natural resources. Because Isla Coiba served Panama as a penal colony, access to the island was very restricted. Almost by accident, 80% of the islands natural resources have survived untouched and flourished through limited human contact. With its designations as a National Park, Isla Coiba, its surrounding waters and island neighbors have been given a greater degree of protection. While still subject to poaching, illegal logging and other trespasses, the Panamanian government has taken a large step in their preservation.
A very important port in the Pacific, Puerto Caldera sits near the mouth of the Golfo de Nicoya. Located in the northern region of Puntarenas province on the Central Pacific Coast, this tiny town is a key port for ships from all across the globe. With an industrial port complex built here to accommodate both cruise liners as well as cargo vessels, Puerto Caldera plays a vital role in Costa Rica's trade with the world. Just over one hour west of San Jose, the capital, Puerto Caldera acts as a significant access spot to the Pacific Coast. A 45 minute drive from the touristy town of Jaco, and about 18 km southeast from the city of Puntarenas, this port has no real passenger facilities or services with the exception of a small port terminal. The terminal here is air-conditioned with restroom facilities, an information desk, public phone access and a few vendors aimed at tourists. For international visitors a call center is at hand which accepts all major credit cards. Situated in a lush and unspoiled region of the province and with close proximity to many of Puntarenas's major tourist attractions and nature reserves, Puerto Caldera is a great place to parasail. Perfect for the adventure tourist looking for some action, this small port town has some amazing steep cliffs, from which one can take off to see some truly breathtaking views of the country's Pacific Coast.
Caldera

Embarkation information Caldera, Costa Rica

The yacht is scheduled to be docked at the port of Caldera. Port Agent Information Transocean Agency Group TAG S.A. Centro Comercial Plaza Rohrmoser Edificio Torreón-Piso #3, Pavas San José, Costa Rica Tel: (+506) 2290-1714 Fax: (+506) 2290-1720 Email: mmena@transoceancr.com Distance Airport to Port Juan Santamaría Airport in San Jose to Port of Caldera, Distance = 41 miles.

Notes Embarkation Information We regret that in order to perform the necessary maintenance, the yacht cannot accept guests prior to the scheduled 2:00 pm embarkation time. Travel Documents All guests must be in possession of a valid passport, necessary visas and health documents as required by all countries visited. These travel documents are the responsibility of the individual guest.

Transfers / Pre and Post / Accommodations / Private Arrangements

Our Destination Specialists “Swiss Travel” have prepared pre and post voyage options for your consideration. You should have received these documents shortly after your voyage confirmation. If this is not the case or if you would like another copy, please advise us at info@seadream.com. Our Destination specialists can also pre-arrange your transfers, hotels and any personalized adventure for you. Please e-mail them directly at; seadream@swisstravelcr.com or cruceros@swisstravelcr.com. Should you wish to call them directly please try; (506) 2282-4898.

Monteverde Trainforest

Monteverde Trainforest is a new attraction near the famous Monteverde Cloud Forest. The main idea behind the creation of the Trainforest is to make the Cloud Forest accessible to all kinds of people, especially very young or very old, people that may find walking inside the jungle difficult or even impossible. To make this possible a small, vintage train and railway were specially designed to make the trip inside the jungle an enjoyable and safe one. Two beautiful trains, each one with three coaches, are replicas at 25% the original size of the trains used in the Western United States during the mid-1800’s. Custom built in a factory in Stratford on Avon, in England, by Severn-Lamb, a company that has over 50 years of experience building vintage trains for the most demanding theme parks around the world. To explore the richness of the cloud forest meant long walks through winding trails, as the cathedrals of green would come before your eyes. Today this option still exist but a new one has emerged to offer the wonders of one of the most complex ecosystems to you on an enjoyable, easy yet adventurous way. In the first part of the journey towards the Cloud Forest, visitors will go through four bridges and a tunnel specially designed for the train, following Costa Rica´s strict construction code. Alongside the railway the view changes as the visitors go inside the forest up to a rustic station and a view out point in the middle of the forest, were visitors can, on a clear day, observe Costa Rica´s most active volcano, the Arenal Volcano. In this area visitors can decide if they want to watch the view walk a half-mile long trail designed for easy access around the station, where during the months of November through May it is possible to see one of Montverde’s most majestic birds, the Resplendent Quetzal. After the visit to the mysteries of the Cloud Forest, the train will take you back to the main station, where a homemade lunch of Costa Rican dishes will be served. After lunch you can browse in the shops and hunt for a line of ecological signature products, made out of environmentally friendly materials. After this amazing land adventure you have a journey back to the port to have another amazing voyage on SeaDream!

Notes ** This SeaDream Land Adventure is an amazing option for guests that are in transit on back to back voyages. **

Duration 8.5 hours

Price 185 USD

Drake Bay

Corcovado National Park

San Pedrillo is the closest Corcovado National Park Ranger Station to Drake Bay. During the 20 minute boat ride from Drake Bay it is possible to observe dolphins and other marine and aquatic species. This boat ride passes an island which is the nesting spot for the Brown Booby. Your arrival at the beach location at the Ranger Station is a wet landing, so bring your rubber sandals in addition to sturdy footwear for the trails through the National Park. Your bilingual naturalist guide will lead a 3 hour hike through the primary and secondary forest, locating and explaining the extensive rainforest wildlife and flora. The rich biological diversity of the Corcovado National Park is astonishing, and sightings may include as many as four species of monkeys, as well as coatis, sloths, anteaters, and much more. Bird lovers will be enchanted by a wide variety of birds, including tanagers, flycatchers, kingfishers, manakins, trogons, crested guans, and spectacular scarlet macaws and toucans. If you like wildlife this is one Yachting Land Adventure that is guaranteed to please.

Notes COMFORTABLE LIGHT CLOTHING, GOOD WALKING SHOES, HAT, BATHING SUIT, TOWEL, EXTRA DRY CLOTHES AND SUNSCREEN. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

Duration 5 hours

Price 149 USD

Marine Wildlife Safari

Eco-tourists and wildlife enthusiasts delight in Costa Rica's amazing dolphin and whale watching adventures. The country's warm seas are home to one of the most biologically diverse marine habitats in the world The best place to observe these magnificent mammals is in the South Pacific waters off the Osa Peninsula. Here, we generally see migrations from both the northern and southern hemispheres swim through the area, contributing to the longest humpback whale season in the world! These gentle giants are often seen along with bottlenose and spotted dolphins throughout Drake Bay, located on the western flanks of the peninsula. A place known by ¨National Geographic to be the most biologically intense area on earth....¨ A place where groups of dolphins, whales, sea turtles and manta rays swim in clear blue tropical waters and where Humpback whales come from two different hemispheres to deliver their babies and breed... an amazing show! Other possible sightings in the area may include, manta rays, 6 different species of turtles, large schools of tuna feeding, and an occasional billfish, such as marlin or sailfish, looking for those schools of tuna for dinner. Your whale-watching Yachting Land Adventure of Peninsula de Osa is enhanced by the informative commentary provided by a trained naturalist guide. You'll learn about the biology, behavior and habits of the wildlife you'll spot as you motor across the area. The photographic opportunities on a whale-watching adventure are phenomenal! With the vessel at rest, you can snap away while listening to the naturalist's stories about the Pacific Ocean's ecosystem you are visiting. Most of the time, you will have the opportunity to listen the unforgettable song of the whale. For many, this could be the Land Adventure of a lifetime - don't miss this amazing opportunity. SeaDream Yacht Club cannot guarantee that all guests will witness Wildlife sightings on all outings.

Notes COMFORTABLE LIGHT CLOTHING, GOOD WALKING SHOES, HAT, BATHING SUIT, TOWEL, EXTRA DRY CLOTHES AND SUNSCREEN. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

Duration 4 Hours

Price 129 USD

Rainforest Horseback Riding

After taking the zodiac from your SeaDream marina platform to the beach or the tender to the local hotel pier, you will spend 3 hours exploring the deserted beaches, and the tropical rainforest of the area, spotting birds and wildlife with your naturalist guide. Your horse can walk peacefully as you enjoy your surroundings, or take you for an exciting ride across the sand! Throughout the horseback riding land adventure, your guide will point out sights of interest, including a variety of bird and animal species and numerous medicinal plants. Hummingbirds, vultures, hawks, scarlet macaws, and monkeys are common sightings as are colorful orchids, and heliconias. The Osa Peninsula contains some of Costa Rica’s most beautiful topside scenery, and a horseback riding adventure is ideally suited to help you see it. Our horses are obedient and trained specifically for this type of activity. Whether you're an expert rider or novice, the horseback riding adventure is a fantastic way to spend a few hours exploring the local flora and fauna. If you so desire, there is time to take a dip into the ocean. All guests must sign a waiver before they start the horseback riding tour

Notes There are no changing facilities in this beach. Please bring a towel, dry clothing and wear long jeans/pants. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

Duration 4.5 hours

Price 129 USD

Golfito

Golfito National Wildlife Refuge

From your SeaDream yacht, you will tender to a private marina in Golfito town. With your fellow guests, you will follow a professional guide through one of South Pacific's most famous National Parks. Spectacular natural beauty and peaceful atmosphere attract many visitors to Golfo Dulce annually; explore a park that gathers numerous species of butterflies, monkeys, reptiles, orchids, etc... The National Wildlife Refuge of Golfito has special characteristics since the town with the same name is at its borders. The flora and fauna found there are considered the northern most point for many species found in the southern part of the continent, and many of these are endemic. For this reason, the area around Golfito is ideal for Scientific Tourism which makes it unique within the entire country for its great value and exuberance. It was created in 1945 by the Banana Company of Costa Rica who later passed it on to the Costa Rican government in 1984 and it has 6,944 acres. Golfito is surrounded by a spectacular primary rainforest. As part of the National Park System, the Wildlife Refuge of Golfito provides a home to more than 125 species of trees, including 4 that are in danger of extinction such as: the Peltogyne Purpurea, the Tachigalia Versicolor, the Butternut and the M.Guianensis. There are 11 species of Heliconias, 31 species of orchids, and more than 12 species of ferns. Four species of monkeys also live here, along with 300 species of birds (120% more than those found in North America), 139 mammal species and more than 200 species of amphibians and reptiles. Don't forget your cameras and perhaps an extra memory stick. You could easily take 200 photos on this SeaDream Yachting Land Adventure.

Notes Wear light cloth, hat or visor, sunscreen, bug repellent, sun glasses, very comfortable walking shoes. Suggest guests to bring additional bottled water. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

Duration 3 Hours

Price 128 USD

Off Road Canopy Adventure

This is a SeaDream Active - Yachting Land Adventure! An exhilarating way to get to know the Primary Forest - from the true perspective of a canopy dweller! See it as the sloth, monkeys and toucans do - from 100 feet up 'flying' from tree to tree! 10 Cables and 11 platform stations wind through the exuberant forested mountains over Golfito Bay exposing expansive views over the Pacific and close up looks at the canopy habitat inside and out. Under the care of professionally trained guides you will strap in your patented security harness and hook up to the network of cables and go! This excursion is not recommendable for guests with walking difficulties or afraid to heights. Waiver required.

Notes Do not wear light clothing, otherwise it will get dirty or possibly muddy, closed tennis or walking shoes. Sunscreen, bug repellent. You may also want to bring extra water (available at the gangway) A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. This program is booked onboard only so please make your reservations as soon as possible after boarding to avoid disappointment. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

Duration 3.5 hours

Price 139 USD

Isla de Coiba

Coiba Island - Walk at “Isla Monos” and Snorkel

Coiba Marine Park is considered one of the ten top diving spots in the world and is home to the second largest coral reef in the Eastern Pacific and the best diving "to be found along the Pacific Coast from Columbia to Mexico" according to Lonely Planet. The island's abundant marine and terrestrial flora is a delight to nature lovers. Scarlet macaws nest here and humpback whales are seen frequently. Coiba National Park, off the southwest coast of Panama, protects Coiba Island, 38 smaller islands and the surrounding marine areas within the Gulf of Chiriqui. Protected from the cold winds and effects of El Niño, Coiba’s Pacific tropical moist forest maintains exceptionally high levels of endemism of mammals, birds and plants due to the ongoing evolution of new species. Your specialist guide will be meeting your SeaDream yacht after traveling from Panama City by private boat. We have secured the best for your safety and to provide you with the best information. In order to operate this land adventure, we need to have a minimum of 20 participants. The options for the day are; **Walk at Isla Monos: 1,5 km, approximately 1 hour duration. Transfer from the anchoring point to the island is approximately 10 minutes. **Snorkeling and kayak: activities to be done at leisure utilizing yacht´s equipment. Snorkeling is recommended at “Granito de Oro” Island. The specialist guides will board the yacht and will assist in logistics and general information.

Notes Guests are requested to wear comfortable shoes and light clothes. Sunglasses, sunscreen and hats are recommended for the hiking portion. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

Price 69 USD

Sport Fishing Coiba

Large populations and an extensive variety of fish make fishing the reefs and banks in and near Coiba National Park a year round activity. Among the species found are cubera snapper and rooster fish inshore to frequent and potentially enormous black marlin and yellow fin tuna offshore, there is something for every fishing enthusiast. The habitat, location and currents combine to make this one of the most remarkable and famous Big Game fishing destinations. Rate for fishing in Coiba is $1009 per person, including:  Full day deep sea fishing in Bertram Yacht 31 feet  Minimum: 2 guests  Maximum: 4 guests  Captain and mate  Fishing equipment  Water, sodas and box lunch

Notes A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

Duration 8 hours

Price 1009 USD

Playa Curu & Tortuga Islands

Curu Wildlife Refuge

From the yacht marina you will transport via zodiac to the beach. At the reserve your naturalist adventure guide will introduce you to a variety of wildlife that thrives here, including up to 200 species of birds, capuchin and howler monkeys as well as sloths and anteaters. The reserve includes 4.5 kilometers of coastline with beautiful white sand beaches and tiny coves. Although it is a small reserve, two thirds is preserved as primary forest. This is one of the most scenic regions of Costa Rica, known for calm seas and transparent waters, allowing for swimming and snorkeling close to shore. After your adventure in the refuge you will be transported back to the yacht or directly to the beach party for the Champagne and Caviar Splash. What an excellent way to finish the voyage on SeaDream.

Notes Wear light clothes, hat or visor, sunscreen, bug repellent, sun glasses, very comfortable walking shoes. Suggest guests to bring bottled water. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

Duration 2.15 Hours

Price 59 USD

Quepos

Manuel Antonio National Park

This Yachting Land Adventure simply should not be missed - period! Manuel Antonio National Park is the jewel of the Costa Rica large number of national parks. Its fragile rainforest ecosystem shelters an abundant wildlife including the easy to see monkeys and a great variety of tropical birds. The dense rainforest opens into small trails where your naturalist adventure guide will acquaint you with all the information regarding the forest. Another great attraction in the park are the amazing white sand beaches that meet the jungle. Your one and half hour guided walk will lead you to the beach where you will have time to go swimming into the warm waters of the Pacific. Manuel Antonio Park protects 683 hectares of tropical rain forest and over a thousand different species of flora. This walk is by far one of the best in Costa Rica, and a great opportunity to get closer to the forest that kisses the beach. The trail followed is very well maintained and is easy walking with no uphill climbs. Another hour of leisurely walking will bring you back to the exit of the park with another opportunity of spotting wildlife. Weather permitting there will be time to enjoy a sun bath at Manuel Antonio Beach An optional drop off in the town of Quepos is also available, where you will find several restaurants and shops. Guests that would like to swim should under dress a bathing suit and bring a SeaDream Towel. Please remember to bring your binoculars as well as your cameras. A backpack is recommended for this and most land adventures in Costa Rica.

Notes Comfortable Light Cloth, Good Walking Shoes, Hat, Bathing Suit, Towel, Extra Dry Clothes and Sunscreen.
A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

Duration 4 hours

Price 79 USD

Seadream Active - Savegre River Rafting

This is the one you have been waiting for! Rafting in Costa Rica! Welcome to SeaDream Active! You will depart Quepos on a 1-1/4 hour transfer by air-conditioned motor-coach by way of the rural town of El Silencio passing by palm, teak and Melina plantations. After a short comfort stop where you can often spot toucans and macaws, continue toward the town of Santo Domingo, where a group of qualified bilingual guides with professional equipment are waiting for you to start this 2 hour class I, II amazing river floating. Your personable guides will give you an orientation about the river and its natural environment, which is considered one of the most beautiful rivers of Central America. The scenery and wildlife along the Rio Savegre are legendary, your opportunity to enjoy beautiful landscapes, including some native African oil palm plantations, White Ibis, Cormorants, Egrets, Crocodiles and Herons, experiencing both action and periods of relaxation.

Notes COMFORTABLE LIGHT CLOTH, GOOD WALKING SHOES, HAT, BATHING SUIT, TOWEL, EXTRA DRY CLOTHES AND SUNSCREEN. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

Duration 5 Hours

Price 124 USD

Titi Monkey Canopy Adventure

Imagine yourself soaring high above the jungle floor as you fly through tree tops, amongst some of the most beautiful flora and fauna in the Costa Rican rainforest! Our SeaDream Canopy Land Adventure is an exciting excursion that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. You will fly for a mile over the jungle canopy suspended on solid steel cables attached to a personal, high-tech, lightweight harness. During your journey you'll stop and rest at 16 strategically located platforms and 12 cables where you are most likely to see the surrounding wildlife. Many of these platforms are almost 100 feet high, nestled in the trunks and branches of trees that are centuries old. Our staff of professionally trained guides shows SeaDream guests the abundant wildlife along the way; including Titi monkeys, two and three toed sloths, poison dart frogs, iguanas and toucans. The exhilaration of a zip line is, most likely, unlike anything you have ever experienced All participants must read and sign a waiver.

Notes COMFORTABLE LIGHT CLOTHING, GOOD WALKING SHOES, HAT, LONG PANTS ARE A MUST. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. All adventures and prices in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard.

Duration 3.5 Hours

Price 109 USD

* Land adventure pricing is available in USD only.
Owner's Suite

Maximum capacity: 3

Admiral Suite

Maximum capacity: 3

Commodore Suite

Maximum capacity: 5

Deck 3 & 4 Staterooms

Maximum capacity: 3

Deck 2 Staterooms

Maximum capacity: 3

SeaDream I


seadream pictureBerlitz top rating
Gross tonnage4,260
Length344 feet / 104.85 Meters
Beam47 feet / 14.32 Meters
Draft14.3 Feet / 4.36 Meters
LifestyleUtterly Exclusive
Cruise Speed17 knots
Staterooms56
Crew capacity95
Country of RegistryBahamas