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SeaDream Yacht Club has unveiled the 2026 Mediterranean voyages, introducing seven brand new ports of call and first ever 14-day in-depth slow travel voyages. Other highlights include overnight stays in popular destinations, transits of the Corinth Canal and docking in the city center of Venice.

“Our meticulously curated itineraries and carefully selected ports of call provides 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,” said Andreas Brynestad of SeaDream Yacht Club.

Family owned and operated, boutique luxury cruise line SeaDream Yacht Club offers distinct yachting adventures in the Caribbean, Europe and Mediterranean on two small, newly upgraded yachts. With a 1:1 crew-to-guest ratio, guests can enjoy unprecedented service, unique all-inclusive culinary experiences and included activities such as watersports directly from the yachts.

Long experience – new yachting destinations
Spanning from May to September 2026, SeaDream offers a total of 27 distinct 7- to 14-day Mediterranean voyages, covering 14 ports in 86 countries in the French & Italian Rivieras, the Greek Isles and the Dalmatian Coast.

Despite more than two decades of exploring the Mediterranean, the 2026 season still brings a total of seven brand 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.

Slow travel – longer voyages
Two 14-night Grand Mediterranean & Adriatic Explorer itineraries mark the first-ever two-week Mediterranean experiences for SeaDream. These voyages offer extended opportunities to experience true treasures of the region such as St. Tropez, Corsica, Taormina, Valletta, Dubrovnik, an overnight stay in Capri and calling directly in downtown Venice.

SeaDream continues its yachting tradition of lingering longer, allowing guests to explore more and avoid crowds in sought-after ports with late-night departures or overnight stays. For 2026, overnight stays include Amalfi, Sorrento and Capri (Italy), Hvar (Croatia), Ibiza (Spain), and Sanaray-Sur-Mer and Cassis (France).

Small size – big advantages
he smaller size allows SeaDream I and SeaDream II to dock directly in the heart of Venice and anchor directly off Dubrovnik Old Town, offering guests direct access to historic destinations. Additionally, the yachts will navigate the stunning Corinth Canal (pictured above) 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 goes beyond the ordinary,” said Andreas Brynestad.

Strong demand
SeaDream Yacht Club recently announced that sold-out 2025 voyages more than two years ahead prompted opening of bookings for 2026 Norway voyages.

“A strong demand across destinations drives our decision to open for bookings in both Caribbean, Northern Europe, Norway – and now also Mediterranean – into the fall of 2026,” said Brynestad.

 

 

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