SeaDream Yacht Club guests will be able to visit the Hanging Gardens of Haifa in 2021 (Image: SeaDream Yacht Club)
Norway-based SeaDream Yacht Club will sail to Israel for the first time in its 2021 cruise season where its ships will call in Ashdod and Haifa.
For SeaDream’s first visit to Israel, SeaDream II will leave Piraeus, Greece on an 11-night voyage which will call in Israel, Cyprus and Turkey. The Israeli ports will give guests the chance to visit some of the country’s most important cultural hubs, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, able to visit the White City and the walled Old City of Jerusalem. In Haifa, they can experience the beautiful Bahá’í Gardens, also known as the Hanging Gardens of Haifa.
The cruise line’s 2021 season will incorporate four other new destinations across the French and Italian Riviera, Greek Isles and the Spanish coast, namely: Ksamil, Albania; Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer, France; Otranto, Italy; and Agios Nikolaus, Greece. To meet rising demand for Greek itineraries, the line’s luxury mega-yachts SeaDream I and SeaDream II will spend more time in the Adriatic Sea.
“We are looking forward to visiting Israel for the first time and returning to some of our favourite Mediterranean destinations,” said Andreas Brynestad, executive vice president of Sales, Marketing and Operations for SeaDream Yacht Club. “These itineraries truly showcase what makes SeaDream unique. We have a great season planned and are confident both new and returning guests will love exploring the Mediterranean with SeaDream I and SeaDream II.”
All 2021 voyages include at least one overnight call and will introduce SeaDream’s Yachting Land Adventures, giving guests the chance to fully explore their surroundings and enjoy a range of activities.
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