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SeaDream Yacht Club Debuts 2026 Caribbean Season


– Now open for reservations, itineraries feature more off-the-beaten-path destinations, including new 10- and 11-day voyages, for a remarkably different travel experience – 

SeaDream Yacht Club’s 2026 Caribbean season will sail to the most secluded destinations, visiting small, intimate harbors ideal for their 56-stateroom luxury twin yachts, SeaDream I and SeaDream II. Perfect for travelers who wish to explore the far reaches of the Caribbean, these itineraries carry guests to the unspoiled and uncrowded island gems of Sandy Ground, Anguilla; Prickly Pear; Lovango Cay; and Mayreau and Bequia, in the heart of the Grenadines, among many others.  

Open for bookings now, SeaDream’s early 2026 Caribbean voyages sail January 2026 through April 2026 and feature 33 delightfully different itineraries visiting 39 unique destinations nestled in the British Virgin Islands, the Windward and Leeward Islands, Turks & Caicos, and the Bahamas. Of the 33 voyages, 24 begin from U.S. ports of call, including San Juan, St. Thomas, and Palm Beach, Florida. New 10- and 11-day journeys through Barbados offer guests the opportunity to linger longer and explore more, with new features such as two full nights in St. Barths, overnights in Bequia, and evening beach parties in St. Kitts. Calls until midnight in Trellis Bay, Beef Island; Jost van Dyke; Esperanza, Vieques; and Grand Turk allow guests to experience a distinctive nighttime element. 

“With a SeaDream luxury yachting experience and our new 10- and 11-day itineraries, guests explore the best that the Caribbean has to offer. Whether it’s the pristine British Virgin Islands, secluded Culebra Island, the Puerto Rican Archipelago’s crown jewel, Esperanza, where guests may kayak in bioluminescent waters, or sheltered Jost van Dyke, home to our signature Champagne & Caviar Splash™, guests will have a memorable experience in every destination,” says SeaDream’s Andreas Brynestad. “On board, guests enjoy SeaDream’s highly attentive service from every crew member in a relaxing, highly personalized, and luxurious ambiance.”  

Several of SeaDream Yacht Club’s new 2026 Caribbean itineraries:  

The Best of the Secluded Caribbean: 10 days, San Juan to Bridgetown, January 10- 20: Highlights include the private island of Lovango Cay, perched between the islands of St. Thomas and St. John; Prickly Pear; Sandy Ground, Anguilla; Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe; two full days in both the jetsetter’s Caribbean playground of St. Barths and pristine Bequia, in the heart of the Grenadines; and Tobago Cays, the “Jewel in the Crown” of the Southern Grenadines, where guests can swim with the native sea turtles. 

Grand Island Adventure: 7 days, San Juan to St. Thomas, January 31-February 7: Unique experiences include an evening in Trellis Bay, on Beef Island, where guests may experience the cultural, lavish Full Moon Party; Sandy Ground, Anguilla; two full days in St. Barths; The Baths, where guests can soak in the Virgin Gorda’s geologic wonder made of awe-inspiring boulders that form hidden sea pools on the beach’s edge; and Norman Island, where guests follow in the footsteps of early adventurers that inspired Robert Louis Stevenson’s pirate novel Treasure Island. 

St. Barths & Caribbean Gems: 7 days, Philipsburg to St. Thomas, March 1-8:  Highlights include Antigua’s historic Falmouth Bay, a short stroll from Nelson’s Dockyard and the English Harbour; South Friars Bay, St. Kitts, where guests will enjoy an evening beach party ashore at the Carambola Beach Club; Îles des Saintes, a small archipelago of eight islands off the southern coast of Guadeloupe, for incomparable snorkeling and hiking opportunities; an overnight in chic St. Barths; and Champagne & Caviar Splash™ in Jost van Dyke’s sheltered White Bay. 

Bountiful Bahamas: 7 days, roundtrip Palm Beach, April 5-12: Guests explore Andros Island’s Great Barrier Reef, heralded one of the Caribbean’s best diving spots and the bonefish capital of the world; Emerald Bay on Great Exuma; Gordon’s Beach, on the southern tip of Long Island; the two-square-mile-long island of Staniel Cay, in the Exumas, where guests can swim with the native island pigs; and West End, Grand Bahamas. 

With SeaDream’s recently unveiled $10 million yacht renovations, guests explore the best of the Caribbean in new, beautifully elevated surroundings. Onshore experiences are bookended by ample opportunity to relax and unwind on board in understated elegance, with highly anticipatory service, 5-star al fresco dining, and an intimate, open-air ambiance personalized to each guest’s tastes.  

The tranquil turquoise water of the Caribbean is ideal for SeaDream’s enhanced watersports marina, equipped with yachting toys like personal sailboats, Hobie Cat™ catamarans, kayaks, a banana boat, wakeboards, snorkeling gear, a floating island and trampoline, stand-up paddleboards, and wave runners/jet skis.  

Text: PM SeaDream Yacht Club