Cruise

Next Generation Cruising

by Sherri Eisenberg

BIG PIMPIN' ON A BUDGET

What: SeaDream Yacht Club

Where: The Mediterranean

Perfect for: Lovers of caviar and Champagne on a chips-and-Corona budget. Unlike on other posh ships, a week of the finer things won't cost you $10,000.

Youth Factor: The least mainstream of the mainstream luxury lines. No dress-up days, P.A. announcements, or assigned seating. Otherwise it has all the niceties of a small, upscale ship—including fine dining with wine service and comfy cabins.

Cruise Mates: Empty-nest couples and younger sun-seekers who've heard about the low-key atmosphere, the Balinese daybeds, and the late-night visits to hip island bars.

High Seas: Book a caviar and Champagne picnic onshore—the staff floats out the food and libations on inner tubes. Also, SeaDream lends out iPods and laptops, and cabins are equipped with Bose stereos, flat-screen TVs, and DVD players.

Rough Sailing: Ships are slightly older than average, so passengers won't find the balconies now considered standard at this price point.

The Deal: Seven-night Med cruises start at $2,199 per person.

SeaDream Yacht Club
800 707 4911

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