SeaDream Yacht Club releases 2026 Mediterranean collection

SeaDream Yacht Club has released its 2026 Mediterranean programme featuring seven new ports of call.

Between May and September 2026, the line will operate 27 itineraries ranging from seven to 14-days, covering 86 ports in 14 countries.

New ports of call include Primosten in Croatia; Kythira, Kythnos, Syvota, and Tinos in Greece; Setubal in Portugal and Cesme in Turkey.

Two 14-night Grand Mediterranean & Adriatic Explorer itineraries mark the first time the line has included “in-depth slow travel voyages” to its Mediterranean collection.

Departing on May 30, 2026, SeaDream I will sail from Nice to Venice, calling at St Tropez, St Florent, Bonifacio, Ponza, Capri, Taormina, Valletta, Otranto, Kotor, Dubrovnik and Hvar. Cruise-only prices start at £10,628

On July 25, the ship will sail from Rome to Venice, calling at Porto Ercole, Bonifacio, Ponza, Amalfi, Capri, Taormina, Valletta, Otranto, Kotor, Dubrovnik and Zadar. The lead-in price for the cruise is £11,711.

SeaDream said it will “linger longer” in ports to give passengers to chance to “explore more and avoid crowds” with late departures and overnight stays, which in 2026 include Amalfi, Sorrento, Capri, Hvar, Ibiza, Sanaray-Sur-Mer and Cassis.

Executive vice-president Andreas Brynestad said: “At SeaDream, we are dedicated to providing our guests with unique and unforgettable experiences.

“With our 2026 Mediterranean voyages we continue to showcase our mission to define boutique luxury travel at sea, offering more personalised and immersive experiences that go beyond the ordinary.

“Our meticulously curated itineraries and carefully selected ports of call provide our guests with the opportunity to experience slow travel at its best.

“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.”

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