SeaDream Yacht Club, a family-owned boutique luxury cruise line, offers distinct yachting vacations in the Caribbean, Europe, and the Mediterranean aboard two small, newly upgraded yachts. With a one-to-one crew-to-guest ratio, guests can enjoy unparalleled service, exceptional all-inclusive cuisine experiences, and activities such as water sports directly from the yachts.
“Our meticulously curated itineraries and carefully selected ports of call allow our guests to experience the best slow travel.” “Yachting allows you to discover new ports and iconic destinations because it allows you to explore at your own pace,” said Andreas Brynestad of SeaDream Yacht Club.
Longer voyages – new destinations – more overnights.
SeaDream provides 27 separate 7- to 14-day Mediterranean cruises from May to September 2026, visiting 86 ports in 14 countries, including the French and Italian Rivieras, the Greek Isles, and the Dalmatian Coast.
Despite more than two decades of exploring the Mediterranean, the 2026 season includes seven new ports of call, including Primosten, Croatia, Cesme, Turkey, and four captivating Greek destinations: Kythira, Kythnos, Syvota, and Tinos. A visit to Setubal, Portugal, is also a first for the SeaDream yachts.
Two 14-night Grand Mediterranean & Adriatic Explorer cruises highlight SeaDream’s first two-week Mediterranean experience. These voyages offer extended opportunities to visit authentic regional treasures such as St. Tropez, Corsica, Taormina, Valletta, and Dubrovnik, an overnight stay in Capri, and a direct call to downtown Venice.
With late-night departures or overnight stays, SeaDream continues its yachting tradition of lingering longer, allowing guests to explore more and avoid crowds in popular ports. Overnight stays in 2026 include Amalfi, Sorrento, and Capri in Italy, Hvar in Croatia, Ibiza in Spain, and Sanaray-sur-Mer and Cassis in France.
Cruise ships SeaDream I and II can dock right in the middle of Venice and anchor off the Old Town of Dubrovnik because of their small size, giving guests direct access to these historic destinations. Additionally, the yachts will navigate through the breathtaking Corinth Canal on multiple voyages in 2026.
“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 personalized and more immersive experiences that go beyond the ordinary,” said Andreas Brynestad.
SeaDream Yacht Club recently announced that sold-out 2025 voyages, more than two years ahead, prompted the opening of bookings for 2026 Norway voyages.
“A strong demand across destinations drives our decision to open for bookings in both the Caribbean, Northern Europe, Norway – and now also the Mediterranean – into the fall of 2026,” according to Brynestad.
Small size – big advantages