SeaDream: Heading To Barbados


SeaDream Caribbean Cruise Traveling the world becomes a different experience when you choose to travel aboard a SeaDream yacht. “With a maximum of 112 guests and a crew of 95, the SeaDream I and SeaDream II provide exceptional service.” SeaDream offers yacht cruises to the Caribbean and more. “Aboard SeaDream you can enjoy an unstructured holiday at sea doing what you please, making it easy to imagine your ship really is a “The coral island of Barbados has symbolized luxury, glamour and revelry for centuries. Refreshing trade winds, golden Caribbean sun, turquoise water and the azure sky create a dreamland of tranquility.” The island’s natural beauty is rivaled only by the kindness of the locals. The island’s rich history has many stories to tell.

The island holds the legends of two famous pirates, Sam Lord and Stede Bonnet. It seems as though pirates, rum and the Caribbean go hand-in-hand. Rum has been produced in Barbados for over 350 years. The rum created on the island is considered the finest, and strongest, in the world today. Upon your visit to the island, a guided tour of Mount Gay Distilleries is available. Mount Gay Rum has been in production since 1703.

During your trip you can catch a game a Cricket, the national sport of Barbados and the West Indies. Don’t forget about the duty free shopping on Broad Street in the capital city of Bridgetown. If you’d prefer to soak in the island sun visit the miles of uninterrupted white sand beaches on the calm south and west coasts of the island.

You can visit Barbados three different times throughout the year aboard a SeaDream Yacht. A journey in January or February might be the perfect escape you’ve been looking for.

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