SeaDream expands late 2026 Caribbean programme

New ports of call, more overnight stays and exclusive access to a private island feature in SeaDream Yacht Club’s late 2026 Caribbean programme.

The 12 seven-day voyages in November and December 2026 cover the US and British Virgin Islands, the French West Indies together with Bequia, Mayreau and Tobago Cays in the Grenadines.

The luxury line’s 112-passenger ships SeaDream I and SeaDream II will anchor in St Barths for a new year’s eve celebration as they spend three days in the port.

Both vessels will also rendezvous for an evening call in Trellis Bay on Beef Island in the British Virgin Islands on December 23, allowing passengers to kickstart Christmas celebrations with a local Full Moon Party.

SeaDream also returns to Fajardo Bay, Puerto Rico, after a decade while recently added favourites – such as Deshaies, Guadaloupe and Lovango Cay, US Virgin Islands – also return for 2026. The private island is Palomino, east of Puerto Rico.

All of the 12 new sailings include at least one overnight stay at anchor – most of them in St Barths.

With departures from San Juan, St Thomas, Bridgetown, St Maarten or Antigua, the voyages offer a range of flight connection options from Europe and other destinations.

Cruise-only prices start at £3,773 per person

Executive vice president Andreas Brynestad said: “A strong demand across markets drives our decision to open 2026 bookings more than 2.5 years in advance. This gives our loyal guests an opportunity to plan ahead and choose the exact voyage and experience they desire.

He added: “We are dedicated to providing our guests with more personalised and immersive experiences that go beyond the ordinary.

“Our 2026 Caribbean voyages feature handpicked destinations showcasing the best of the best Caribbean has to offer.

“These are prime examples of the SeaDream difference, with stand-out experiences you can only get on a yacht.”

Related Articles

Hebridean Island Cruises launches trade training platform

Cunard extends agent ship visit opportunities

Silversea appoints Martin Froggatt to develop land-based offering