Last month, I was asked if I could capture my SeaDream experience in 112 words. Why only 112 words? The idea was to match the number of guests on board either of SeaDream’s two yachts. What I wrote is below, but I also encourage you to read what other cruise writers had to say. Check out their words at Travel Writers View: My ‘SeaDream’ in just 112 words
“When I reflect on my SeaDream experience, my mind retreats to a peaceful nook, where sea and senses intertwine. I think of small yachts charting courses to secluded harbors. Sunny days imprint memories of playing in the sea, watersports from the aft marina, riding a bike or taking a hike. SeaDream serves up a potpourri of soul-stirring experiences. No stuffiness and pretense; only the tangibly genuine – professionalism and friendliness. Casual, relaxed, informal. Fine wines, gourmet dining, indoors or out. Days of delights give way to effervescent evenings. Sophisticated palates satiated. Should you desire, slumber under the stars, snuggled under blankets while gentle breezes lull you into a satisfying dream of the sea.” – Ralph Grizzle
Want to learn more about SeaDream? On Wednesday, July 29, at 11 a.m. EDT, we will be joined by a panel from SeaDream. During the webinar we will learn how SeaDream’s first cruises in Norway are going (direct from crew on board). We’ll also hear about some of SeaDream’s 2021 itineraries and offers. Join us for what promises to be an informative and inspiring hour featuring one of our favorite cruise – make that “yacht” – operators. Register at this link. Can’t attend? Register anyway and we’ll send you a link to the recording.