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Piraeus (Athens) - Mumbai (Bombay) Email
Voyage Number21335
From DateOct 12, 2013
To DateOct 27, 2013
Duration 15 days
YachtSeaDream II


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Voyage number 21335


Date Ports of Call Arrive Depart
Oct 12, 2013Athens (Piraeus), GreeceMid-DayAfternoon
Oct 13, 2013Rhodes Town, GreeceMid-DayLate Evening
Oct 15, 2013Port Said, EgyptEarly MorningEarly Morning
Oct 15, 2013Suez Canal Transit, EgyptEarly Morning
Oct 22, 2013Salalah, OmanAfternoonOvernight
Oct 23, 2013Salalah, OmanMid-Day
Oct 27, 2013Mumbai (Bombay), IndiaEarly Morning

Book Today and Save Specials

Class USD
The Owner's Suite $ 13,799
Admiral Suite $ 12,299
Commodore Deck 3 $ 11,299
Commodore Deck 2 $ 9,799
Yacht Club Deck 4 $ 7,599
Yacht Club Deck 3 $ 6,599
Yacht Club Deck 2 $ 5,499
Yacht Club Deck 2 GTY $ 4,599
Government, Port, Document Issuance, Handling & Service fees $ 825

"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.

Brochure fare

Class USD
The Owners's Suite $ 22,250
Admiral Suite $ 21,500
Commodore Deck 3 $ 18,800
Commodore Deck 2 $ 17,800
Yacht Club Deck 4 $ 9,900
Yacht Club Deck 3 $ 9,400
Yacht Club Deck 2 $ 8,900
Government, Port, Document Issuance, Handling & Service fees $ 825

Single Supplement for this voyage is 125% for Yacht Club Deck 2,3 and 4. For Commodore, Admiral and Owners Suite, a 200% single supplement rate applies.

Port Name Description
Athens is the capital as well as the largest city in Greece. It is one of the world's oldest cities, with its recorded history spanning around 3,400 years. The heritage of the classical era is still evident in the city, represented by a number of ancient monuments and works of art, the most famous of all being the Parthenon. Athens is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Acropolis of Athens and the medieval Daphni Monastery. SeaDream will embark guests from the port of Piraeus. Should you desire a private arrangement, transfer, or other local service, please see the Land Adventures tab for our destination specialists information.
Bur Said (Port Said), 135 mi/218 km northeast of Cairo, marks the northern terminus for the busy Suez Canal. Maritime gateway between Europe and Asia, it a bustling port town with a lot of marine traffic. Powerful, but not invincible, it was damaged during the war of June 1967 – the canal was closed and the city was all but abandoned for a time. The Egyptian government has redeveloped the port as a beach resort, and there are plenty of colorful summer homes along the beach.
Built across a series of seven islands (Colaba, Mazagaon, Old Woman's Island, Wadala, Mahim, Parel, and Matunga-Sion) that now form the city's main districts, Mumbai is the glamour capital of India. The early residents were Koli fishermen and the community was part of the Ashoka Kingdom. An extended land reclamation program eventually linked the archipelago into a peninsula. The region passed through the hands of several Hindi rulers until 1343, when Gujerat Muslims took possession. They ruled for two centuries until Portuguese forces invaded, but only their Mahim Mosque remains. The SeaDream Land Adventure to Elephanta Island departs from the iconic gateway of India. If you are shopping-deprived, join us on a market excursion to explore Mumbai at its colorful best.
The Old City of Rhodes has been delegated a World Heritage Site. Some speculate that after the Acropolis of Athens and the Volcano of Santorini, Rhodes is one of the most impressive places in Greece. Wandering through the medieval city, especially on a warm evening, is one of life's treasures. The old city is closed to most traffic. The main streets and thoroughfares are full of shops and restaurants but the back streets are mostly residences. The massive walls of the city were rebuilt by the European order of Knights Hospitaller after the Turkish siege of 1480. The walls are 12 meters thick and the moat more than 21 meters wide. The length of the walls is about three miles and each section was defended by one of the Langues or tongues which corresponded to the languages spoken where the particular group of knights came from. SeaDream will dock close to the entrance of the walled city. We recommend you explore the old town and if you haven’t already done so, visit the Lindos Acropolis.
Athens (Piraeus)

Embarkation information Piraeus ( Athens ), Greece

The yacht is scheduled to be docked at Piraeus Main Port "Passenger Terminal" 10, Akti Miaouli Street, Piraeus. Passenger Terminal is located close to St. Nicolas church and behind Piraeus Port Authorities exhibition center. Port Agent Information Scandinavian Near East Agency S.A 35 - 39 Akti Miaouli P.O. Box 80010 - 80012 GR 185 – 10 Piraeus Greece Phone: (+30) 210 4586 300 Fax: (+30) 210 4292 086 E-Mail: info@sneal.gr Distance Airport to Port Athens Eleftherios Venizelos Airport to Piraeus Port, Distance = 25 Miles.

Notes Embarkation Information We regret that in order to perform the necessary maintenance, the yacht cannot accept guests prior to the scheduled 2 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.

Hotels and Pre and Post Options

SeaDream's View: Once the private residence of a wealthy expatriate Greek, the Hotel Grande Bretagne is an architectural landmark and the historic Grande dame of the city. It was recently lavishly restored and converted to a palace hotel. We at SeaDream think it is one of Europe's finest hotels. We absolutely love its convenient location - the best in Athens, and within walking distance from the fashionable Kolonaki Square with exclusive shopping, entertainment, restaurants and cafes. Also within walking distance are important museums and the historic and picturesque old quarter of Plaka with taverns, open-air coffee shops, flea market and souvenir shops. The hotel offers 321 rooms but we recommend at least a deluxe room or one of the only 22 Junior Suites; so book early and ask for one that offers splendid views of the Acropolis, Parliament and National Gardens. We also enjoy the outdoor roof top pool and highly recommend dinner in the GB Roof Garden Restaurant. Why? You'll never forget the view, the delicious food and the mix of local and international guests that fill the restaurant nightly. Reserve early and enjoy. Don't forget to visit their web site for more information and photos. For convenient one-stop hotel and transfer bookings, please contact: "STAT" via e-mail: info@stathellas.gr, telephone: +30 210 4292 122 or fax: +30 210 4292 060.

Notes Address: Constitution Square, 10 563 Athens, Greece Phone: +30 210 333 0000 Site: http://www.grandebretagne.gr

Acropolis Museum & Plaka to Airport

** This Land Adventure is specifically tailored for disembarking guests. Guests that are in transit are suggested to contact the team on board for other options. **

Visitors to UNESCO awarded Athens will delight in this opportunity to explore the heart of ancient Athens. Depart from the pier in your air-conditioned transportation and after a 30 minute drive you arrive at the new award winning Acropolis Museum. The museum was built in order to house every artifact found on the rock and on its feet, covering a large period of time, from the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece. The museum opened its doors to public very recently in June 21, 2009. Nearly 4,000 objects statues including the Porch of the Caryatids that welcome visitors are exhibited over an area of 14,000 square meters. The collection of the New Acropolis Museum consists principally of sculptures, many of which originally decorated the monuments of the Acropolis. These works were created to be viewed in daylight, illuminated by subtle changes in light throughout the day. Extensive use of glass in the building’s design allows the integration of natural light into the galleries, thus ensuring similar exhibition conditions. Ambient natural light floods the top-floor Parthenon Gallery and is filtered through the gallery’s glass-floored atrium into the floors below. After the visit of the Museum you will have some free time to wander around the picturesque streets of Plaka, the old preserved district of Athens with numerous art & craft shops, restaurants and cafes. After your wanderings at the old district of Athens you will board your coach for your drive to the airport.

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 4 hours

Price 109 USD

Transfers / Pre and Post / Accommodations / Private Arrangements

Our Destination Specialists “STAT Hellas” have prepared pre and post voyage options for your consideration. Please check: http://www.stathellas.gr/prepost.php For more information. They are also happy to arrange your transfers, hotels and any personalized adventure for you. Please e-mail info@stathellas.gr or o.discou@stathellas.gr Should you wish to call them directly please try; (+30) 210 4586400

Mumbai (Bombay)

Mumbai Panorama

This SeaDream Land Adventure provides our guests in transit with a good panoramic overview of this iconic city. You will depart from the pier towards Marine Drive, Mumbai's seaside promenade, to see its shops, restaurants, bars and throngs of people. At the northern end of Marine Drive, you will find popular Chowpatty Beach. Your next stop is at ISKCON; the amazing temple of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. The god Krishna often portrayed in blue and playing a flute has a mischievous nature and his peasant background and legendry exploits with the milkmaids have made him of the most popular gods. Krishna devotees believe the material body is subjected to birth, old age, disease and death, whereas the spirit soul is by nature eternal, full of knowledge and bliss. We witness the prayer chanting offered for the welfare of humanity in this stunning temple. We then continue towards the western shores to Malabar Hill, Mumbai's most exclusive neighborhood. Popular since the 18th century due to its forested slopes, fresh sea breezes and panoramic views, Malabar's hillsides are filled with picturesque mansions and bungalows built by merchants and Colonial governors. Today, luxury high-rise apartments also dot the landscape. From here, you will proceed past Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus earlier known as Victoria Terminus, a remarkable railway station highlighted by domes, spires, Corinthian columns and minarets. India's first train departed this station in April 1853; today, half a million commuters use the station each day Our drive then continues to the Gateway of India for a photo stop. This Indo-Saracenic archway was built in 1911 to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary, and is the city's most famous landmark Our tour concludes with a visit to the world-renowned Taj Mahal Palace & Tower Hotel, a favorite of diplomats, sheiks and Mumbai's jet set. It was recently rated among the ten best hotels in the world. Upon arrival, we can relax with a cold drink before re-boarding our coach for the return drive to the pier and your SeaDream yacht.

Notes Note: Proper attire is required to visit the sacred sites. Shorts and short skirts are not allowed. Women must have their shoulders covered. Shoes must be removed prior to entering the temples. We suggest bringing along a pair of thick socks, as the pavement may be hot. 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.

Duration 3 hours

Price 77 USD

Rhodes Town

Exploring UNESCO Awarded Rhodes Old Town

The UNESCO listed Old Town of Rhodes (1988), behind its impressive walls and moats, is one of the most important medieval sites in Europe. The crusader Order of St John of Jerusalem occupied Rhodes from 1309 after being ejected from their stronghold at Acre in what is now Israel. They proceeded to transform the island capital into a fortified city able to withstand terrible Muslim sieges in 1444 and 1480 before finally falling in 1523 after a six-month siege carried out by Suleyman II, heading forces reportedly numbering 100,000 men. Your walking discovery will take you in to medieval Rhodes, walking the narrow cobblestone streets and visiting the most impressive Palace of the Grand Masters. Departing from the pier on foot with your locally licensed guide, you will walk the short distance to the city walls and pass through the Gate of Navarhou to the narrow, cobblestone streets within. The medieval city is located within walls that are 4 km long. The most imposing building of medieval Rhodes, the Palace of the Grand Masters, dominates the end of the Street of the Knights. Built in the 14th century, it will astonish you with its unique architecture and an unrivalled patina of time. Walking down the Street of the Knights and passing by numerous colorful shops, we can admire the 15th-century Hospital of the Knights, which now houses the Archaeological Museum. At the end of the walking adventure you may choose to browse on your own a little longer before returning to the yacht on foot.

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. Final tour details will be announced onboard.

Duration 2 hours

Price 69 USD

The Ancient Lindos Acropolis

In ancient times, Lindos was the main center on Rhodes. Homer tells us that it was established by the Dorians in the 12th century BC and that the city was large and powerful enough to send nine ships to the Trojan War. Towering above the village of Lindos is the ancient Acropolis. A 13th century Crusader fortress now crowns the hill, but within its walls lie archaeological sites that date back to the 6th century BC. On your 35-mile drive to Lindos, you will pass villages, vineyards and olive groves while your guide introduces you to the history and culture of the island. On arrival at Lindos you will be escorted through the village of Lindos and up to the ancient Acropolis of Lindos, entering through the castle gates. The climb to the Acropolis is steep but you will be rewarded with impressive views of the village, the sea and the small fishing harbor of Psarto, where legend has it St. Paul landed to bring Christianity to the region. The remnants of the Temple of the Lindian Athena, enclosed within the walls of the castle are said to have been built by the tyrant Cleobulos in the 6th century BC and are remarkably well preserved with colonnades flanking both sides of the temple. On your return to the village you will have time to explore on your own before boarding the coach for our return to Rhodes Town.

Notes Guests are requested to wear comfortable shoes and light clothes. Sunglasses, sunscreen and hats are recommended. 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 99 USD

The Acropolis of Lindos & UNESCO Listed Rhodes Town

In ancient times, Lindos was the main center on Rhodes. Homer tells us that it was established by the Dorians in the 12th century BC and that the city was large and powerful enough to send nine ships to the Trojan War. Towering above the village of Lindos is the ancient Acropolis. A 13th century Crusader fortress now crowns the hill, but within its walls lie archaeological sites that date back to the 6th century BC. On your 35-mile drive to Lindos, you will pass villages, vineyards and olive groves while your guide introduces you to the history and culture of the island. On arrival at Lindos you will be escorted through the village of Lindos and up to the ancient Acropolis of Lindos, entering through the castle gates. The climb to the Acropolis is steep but you will be rewarded with impressive views of the village, the sea and the small fishing harbor of Psarto, where legend has it St. Paul landed to bring Christianity to the region. The remnants of the Temple of the Lindian Athena, enclosed within the walls of the castle are said to have been built by the tyrant Cleobulos in the 6th century BC and are remarkably well preserved with colonnades flanking both sides of the temple. After visiting the Acropolis you will have the opportunity to stroll around the picturesque village of Lindos, with its whitewashed houses and colorful little shops before you board your coach for your return drive to Rhodes town. Upon arrival at UNESCO awarded Medieval Rhodes town your walking discovery will take you down the narrow cobblestone streets and visiting the most impressive Palace of the Grand Masters. Departing from the pier on foot with your locally licensed guide, you will walk the short distance to the city walls and pass through the Gate of Navarhou to the narrow, cobblestone streets within. The medieval city is located within walls that are 4 km long. The most imposing building of medieval Rhodes, the Palace of the Grand Masters, dominates the end of the Street of the Knights. Built in the 14th century, it will astonish you with its unique architecture and an unrivalled patina of time. Walking down the Street of the Knights and passing by numerous colorful shops, we can admire the 15th-century Hospital of the Knights, which now houses the Archaeological Museum. At the end of the walking adventure you may choose to browse on your own a little longer before returning to the yacht on foot.

Notes Guests are requested to wear comfortable shoes and light clothes. Sunglasses, sunscreen and hats are recommended. 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 5.5 Hours

Price 139 USD

Salalah

East Salalah

Your SeaDream Land Adventure begins with a visit to the famous Frankincense souq, browse with your fellow SeaDreamers among the vendors and bargain for purchases at this market offering frankincense, myrrh, incense, perfumed oils, and much more. From here you will be transported to the old fishing village of 'Taqah', famous for the manufacture of 'Dried Sardines' & its traditional & old 'Dhofari Houses'. Visit the century old 'Taqah Castle', the former official residence of the 'Wali' (Governor) of the region & obtain a glimpse into the rich history of this interesting region. Continue onto the ancient ruins of the once famous city and awarded the UNESCO World Heritage status of Sumharam (Khor Rohri). The city was the easternmost outpost of the Hadramawt Kingdom on the ancient incense route between the Mediterranean Sea, Persian Gulf and India. Khor Rori was an important port on the coast of Dhofar, and one of the major trading cities with frankincense, believed to have been the hub & harbor for the shipping of Frankincense. At this point, your motor coach will take you back to the port of Salalah and your SeaDream Yacht.

Notes Please do not wear revealing and transparent clothes. Avoid taking pictures of ladies. This land adventure involves walking over rough and inclined ground. Please wear comfortable shoes. Frankincense Souq closes from 13:00 hrs to 16:00 hrs on every day except Friday, on Friday, it closes from 11:00 to 16:00 hrs Taqah castle open from 08:00 hrs to 16:00 hrs on every day except Friday, on Friday, it Open from 08:00 to 11:00 hrs only 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. Final tour details will be announced onboard.

Duration 4 hours

Price 89 USD

West Salalah

Your SeaDream Land Adventure begins with a visit to the famous Al Husn souq and stroll among the vendors. The colorful stalls are heaped with mounds of frankincense, myrrh, incense, bottles of fragrant perfume oils and a large variety of fascinating artifacts. Then you will proceed to visit Job’s Tomb - Legend proclaims this as the resting-place of Job, the Old Testament’s pious man whose faith was tested by God. The site is a place of importance for Muslims, Jews and Christians. Take in panoramic views of the Qara Mountains and Jubriah Plain, experience the legendary story of Prophet Job and his devoutness. Your adventure continues to the beach of Mughsail where the white sand touches the deep blue of the ocean and at high tide, where waves burst through the natural titanic 'Blow Holes', at the far end of the 'Rocky beach' with a cave-like entrance. We thereafter continue along the 'Hair-pin-bend' road towards the Western Border of Oman, with its breathtaking cliffs on either side, to see the historical 'Frankincense trees' growing in their natural habitat, deep down in the valleys, dotting the dry and craggy countryside. We take a short walk into the valleys to smell the 'Holy Incense' amidst the scenic view of the region. On your return journey you make a photo stop at the lagoon at Mughsail where migratory birds – occasionally flamingos – are a common sight. After this half day adventure you will return to the port and SeaDream.

Notes Ladies must cover their head with a scarf when visiting Job’s Tomb and all guests must remove their shoes before entering inside. Please do not wear revealing and transparent clothes. Avoid taking pictures of ladies. This land adventure involves walking over rough and inclined ground. Please wear comfortable shoes. Al Husn Souq closes from 13:00 hrs to 16:00 hrs on every day except Friday, on Friday, it closes from 11:00 to 16:00 hrs. 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. Final tour details will be announced onboard.

Duration 4.5 hours

Price 69 USD

Evening Museum & Souq Adventure

This SeaDream Evening Land Adventure will visit the Al Balid Archaeological Site & Frankincense Souq. Your drive from the port to the Grand Mosque will allow you and your fellow SeaDreamers to have a unique photo stop from outside, then proceed to the Al Balid Archaeological Site These ruins on the Salalah waterfront were an important site in Dhofar’s ancient frankincense trade. View frankincense trees and learn how the plant is tapped for its valuable sap. Your next vist will be at the Salalah Museum which is located within the Al Balid site, the museum focuses on the culture and history of the Dhofar region. The collections include inscribed stones in ancient script from the Dhramut dynasty, pottery, weapons, and traditional Bedouin costumes and ornament. Then, we will proceed to visit to the famous Frankincense souq. You will browse among the vendors and bargain for purchases at this market offering frankincense, myrrh, incense, perfumed oils, and more…After the Souq, we return back to the port and your SeaDream yacht.

Notes 1. Please do not wear revealing and transparent clothes 2. Avoid taking pictures of ladies 3. This land adventure involves walking over rough and inclined ground – please wear appropriate shoes. 4. Frankincense Souq closes from 13:00 hrs to 16:00 hrs on every day except Friday. On Friday; it closes from 11:00 to 16:00 hrs 5. Al Balid Archaeological Site open from Sunday to Thursday from 08:00 to 14:00 hrs & 16:00 hrs to 20:00 hrs and on Friday & Saturday, Open from 16:00 hrs to 20:00 hrs only. 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 45 minutes

Price 99 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 II


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