SeaDream Yacht Club to debut in Asia in 2013/14
For the first time, SeaDream Yacht Club is to deploy one of its yachts, SeaDream II, to Asia for the winter season after the completion of her summer 2013 Mediterranean season.
The first Asia programme departure is “Passage to the Far East”, which will depart Athens on 12 October 2013 and include a transit of the Suez Canal, excursions to Egypt’s fascinating archeological sites (accompanied by Egyptologist) en route to Mumbai, India.
From Mumbai she will sail onwards via Cochin, Sri Lanka and the Andaman Islands to Thailand before dropping down to Singapore.
SeaDream II’s itineraries include a mix of vibrant cities, pristine beaches and impressive historical sites
From then on, she will visit almost every coastal country in South East Asia, as well as visiting Northern Australia during a six months programme which features destinations in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar (Burma), East Timor, Indonesia, New Guinea, Vietnam, Cambodia and Hong Kong.
A SeaDream Yacht Club spokesman said: “Virtually every country in the region is accessible by water and SeaDream’s yachting itineraries include an incredible mix of vibrant cities, pristine beaches and impressive historical sites.”
Offering 18 sailings in total, each voyage in SeaDream II’s new Asia programme offers unique and exciting ports of call, each ranging from seven to 15 nights. Most can be combined to create longer back-to-back holidays.
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