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SeaDream Yacht Club Announces Asia Debut in 2013/14 Season

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    SeaDream Yacht Club Announces Asia Debut in 2013/14 Season

    SeaDream Yacht Club has just announced that, for the first time, they will deploy one of their twin mega-yachts, SeaDream II to Asia for the winter season 2013/14 after the completion of her advertised summer 2013 Mediterranean season.


    The first of her Asia programme departures is “Passage to the Far East”, which will depart Athens, Greece on 12th October 2013 and include a transit of the Suez Canal, excursions to Egypt’s fascinating archeological sites (accompanied by Egyptologist) en route to Mumbai, India; prices for this epic 15-night voyage start from £4,050 per person inc Govt, fees, handling & port tax. From Mumbai, she will sail onwards via Cochin, Sri Lanka and the Andaman Islands to Thailand before dropping down to Singapore; this 13-night trans-Indian Ocean sailing costs from £3,995 per person (including Govt. fees, handling & port tax).
    Thereafter SeaDream II will visit almost every coastal country in South East Asia, as well as visiting Northern Australia during a six months programme which features destinations in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar (Burma), East Timor, Indonesia, New Guinea, Vietnam, Cambodia and Hong Kong.

    Offering 18 unique sailings in total, each voyage in SeaDream II’s new Asia programme offers unique and exciting ports of call, each ranging from seven to fifteen nights duration; most may be combined to create longer back-to-back holidays. Typical 7-night itineraries such as her “Asian New Year Celebration Cruise” from Phuket to Singapore on 28th December 2013 costs from £3645 per person including Govt. fees, handling and port tax whilst a typical longer voyage such as her 14-night “Voyage of the Warrors” sailing from Cairns to Bali departing on 1st February 2014 costs from £5995 per person inc Govt. fees, handling and port tax.

    HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PROGRAMME


    • Overnight, 2-day stay in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma), site of The Shwedagon Pagoda. Optional full day excursions by air to Mandalay and Bagan, a valley covered with 2,000 pagodas and temples.
    • Yachting through the beautiful Langkawi Archipelago of Malaysia.
    • Visiting “the beach” (made famous by Leonardo DiCaprio in the movie “The Beach”) in the Phi Phi Islands of Thailand.
    • Diving the vibrant underwater paradise of Thailand’s, Similan Islands National Park.
    • Playing great golf in Malaysia, Phuket and at the Andaman Club, a five star golf resort & casino on Thahtay Kyun Island, Burma.
    • Spending New Year’s Eve in Patong Bay, Phuket, Thailand. A night of fireworks and thousands of floating, candlelit paper “magic lanterns”.
    • Exploring the world heritage site of Halong Bay, Vietnam; one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
    • Seeing giant monitor lizards on Komodo Island.
    • From Singapore, optional pre & post voyage overland packages to Cambodia including Angkor Wat and the many famous temples and to Borobudur (UNESCO site) and Yogyakarta, site of the Prambanan Temple.
    • Overnight, 2-day stays in Vietnam’s colourful and dynamic Ho Chi Mihn City (Saigon).
    • Overnight, 2-day stay in Australia’s Port Douglas, the only place on Earth where two World Heritage listed jewels exist; the Great Barrier Reef and the rainforest of Daintree and Cape Tribulation.
    Christopher Evans
    Specialist Cruise Consultant
    www.Cruise.co.uk
    Direct Tel: 0800 408 6131
    Email: chrise@cruise.co.uk
    Blog: chriscruises.co.uk

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