Here is a fabulous golf cruise on board one of the most highly-rated cruise ships in the world, SeaDream II.
The cruise departs from St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands on 24 Jan 2015 and returns to St Thomas on 31 Jan 2015. The ship is all inclusive and offers the most amazing experience and service. This is an organised golf cruise, with a golf director on board, and to be able to combine a SeaDream cruise with golf at 3 superb courses would be a wonderful holiday for a golfer (or non-golfer)!
The prices for the cruise, based on sharing a twin stateroom, are from: £3275 for a golfer and £2432 for a non-golfer.
As this cruise is only for 7 nights, you could also do the previous cruise which is also for 7 nights and sails from Barbados on 17 Jan 2015, arriving in St Thomas on 24th January. During this itinerary, there would be one port for golf, if you wanted to a game. Alternatively, you could spend a few days for golf (or just relaxing) on St Kitts, Antigua, Barbados or Puerto Rico prior to joining SeaDream in St Thomas on 24th January. We would be happy to advise as to where the best golf is in the Caribbean and can arrange hotels, flights and transfers for you.
Of course, a SeaDream voyage is not traditional cruising – it is more about yachting and very relaxed and informal.
Here is some initial information about the cruise and, if it is of interest, we will be pleased to send you more details:
Join the luxury mega-yacht SeaDream II for seven nights and three rounds of golf sailing from St Thomas through the French West Indies plus the US and British Virgin Islands. You will experience private yacht-style cruising at its finest on the 112-guest vessel recently rewarded as one of the top “boutique” ships in the world by “The 2013 Berlitz Guide to Cruising & Cruise Ships”. The cuisine and service are among the best available at sea. The Asian Blend Massage, from the only Thai certified spa of its kind, is practically life changing. SeaDream’s trademark Champagne and Caviar Splash™ happy hour is the coup de grâce.
Visiting seven ports of call from St. Croix and Nevis to Virgin Gorda, there is an overnight at one of the Caribbean’s trendiest watering holes, St Barts. Golfers will be treated to three of the best clubs in the region: the Four Seasons Nevis, Royal St. Kitts, and the Greg Norman designed Cuisinart Golf Club on Anguilla.
Your inclusive voyage fare covers gourmet meals, gratuities, wine with lunch and dinner, open bar, full access to the yacht’s water “toys” from wave runners to glass bottom kayaks, and much more.
SeaDream II has an identical sister ship, SeaDream I, which we visited a couple of years ago in London. She was docked opposite the Tower of London. Below is a photo of her with Shard building being built behind. It really brought it home how a small vessel can reach ports that are out of the question for the bigger cruise ships. We did not see her sail later that day but it must have been quite a sight to see Tower Bridge lift up to allow her through.