By Published On: 15 Dec 2023

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SeaDream Yacht Club are encouraging guests to travel slower and linger longer in the Mediterranean in 2026. The boutique operator of two luxury yachts has unveiled a range of enticing itineraries including ports-of-call others can’t reach.

A SeaDream yacht transits the Cornith Canal, Greece.
Marvel at the Corinth Canal, Greece from the deck of a SeaDream yacht.

For instance, the pocket-sized SeaDream I and SeaDream II will dock in the heart of Venice and anchor directly off Dubrovnik’s Old Town. Not to mention transiting the narrow Corinth Canal in Greece.

Size matters

The secret is size; the newly renovated SeaDream yachts accommodate just 112-guests.

“The yachting difference allows you to discover new ports and iconic destinations with extended port stays and more freedom to explore at your own pace.”

Andreas Brynestad of SeaDream Yacht Club.
Sun loungers on the top deck of a SeaDream Yacht.
Relaxation awaits with sun loungers on the top deck.

So they are small enough to take you places you’ve never been before, yet big enough to include luxuries like two restaurants, a piano bar, library, a water sports platform and even a swimming pool.

The Dining Salon on a SeaDream Yacht.
The elegant Dining Salon.
The SeaDream Piano Bar.
The SeaDream Piano Bar.

Slow travel

Two 14-day in-depth, slow travel sailings are included in SeaDream’s new itineraries for the first time. Known as the Grand Mediterranean & Adriatic Explorer voyages, they will give guests time to discover the treasures of the region at their own pace.

These sailings will call at St. Tropez, Corsica, Taormina, Valletta and Dubrovnik, not to mention an overnight stay in glamorous Capri.

What’s more, the itineraries include arrival and docking in the heart of Venice; it’s one of the most beautiful sail-in’s, yet it is now only accessible to vessels of SeaDream’s size or smaller.

A speed boat on the Giudecca Canal in Venice, Italy
Enjoy nights in the heart of Venice, Italy.

The slow travel ethos continues across the SeaDream Yacht Club 2026 itineraries with lots of late-night departures and overnight stays. The idea is to let you linger longer, explore more and avoid the crowds in sought-after ports.

Onboard the SeaDream yachts you can expect the finest service, gastronomic cuisine and refurbished accommodations.

A steck served in the Dining Salon on Sea Dream Yacht Club.
Foodies can delight in the on board dining.
Accommodation on Sea Dream Yacht Club vessels.
A spacious Commodore Suite.

Indeed, the family owned and operated company pride themselves on providing guests with unparalleled service and all-inclusive luxury.

For more information visit the SeaDream Yacht Club website.

About the Author: Jason Kerr

Jason is the founder and Managing Editor of The Luxury Cruise Review. He has a passion for travel, a weakness for espresso coffee and a love of Greek cuisine.

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