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SeaDream Yachting through Four Countries in Ten Days
« on: February 08, 2011, 12:41:42 PM »
A Must do Mediterranean Vacation
SeaDream Yachting through Four Countries in Ten Days

SeaDream Yacht Club takes an exciting 10-day Mediterranean voyage through four countries this May. Embark SeaDream II, the intimate, 112-guest mega-yacht in Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy on May 18th and set off for the southern tip of the island of Corsica, France spending an overnight in Bonifacio. Stroll the cobblestone streets and discover the medieval old town perched spectacularly atop cliffs. The voyage continues on to nearby Sardinia, Italy with the harbor of Porto Rotondo playing host to SeaDream and other beautiful yachts belonging to the international jet set.

Following Sardinia, the voyage calls on Sicily, Italy. Here the port of Trapani is the gateway to numerous historic, gastronomic and natural attractions. Guests have access to explore beautiful medieval towns including Erice. The third country on this adventure is Tunisia where SeaDream II docks in La Goulette; the port of Tunis and the capital of Tunisia. A walk through the Souk is a feast for the senses with spices, perfumes, jewels and carpet weavers. The fourth country of call is Malta and it’s port of Valletta; Malta’s capital and a World Heritage site. It’s nothing short of an open-air museum. Valletta is often described as the most beautiful harbor in the Mediterranean.

Next, spend a day in Syracuse, Sicily where guests have the unique opportunity to visit an active wine farm belonging to Baron Pietro Beneventano del Bosco. Delve into the rich sampling of homemade Sicilian specialties provided by the Baron. The yacht sails the Aeolian Islands which are a volcanic archipelago in the Tyrrhenian Sea. SeaDream stops at Lipari, an island known for its beautiful beaches and mild climate. Sailing by the island of Stromboli, view the activity from its three live volcanoes.

A trip to Italy’s coast is not complete without visiting Amalfi and Capri, the last two calls of this voyage. Amalfi is noted for its peaceful beaches, historic resorts and succulent lemons. Nearby, Capri is an island of lush vegetation atop rocks, amid the deep blue sea. The two towns, Capri and Anacapri are separated by curving, twisting roads making for fun ride in a convertible car arranged by SeaDream. This Voyage, #21125 concludes in Civitavecchia (Rome) on May 28th. Visit