Cruises for People Who Hate Cruising

by Colleen Clark

Seadream Yacht Club
The Caribbean

Wide berth: For laid-back travelers who like the all-taken-care-of (and paid for) cruise but don't want to be herded through mass-produced dinners and shopping-mall ports of call

Smooth sailing: Seadream Yacht Club takes what's best about a Caribbean cruise and scales it down to a more personal level. Instead of sailing on a floating city with thousands of other passengers, you share Seadream's more manageable 344-foot ships with just over 100 guests (and a nearly equal number of staff—how's that for service?). The smaller vessels can navigate more varied ports of call, and the captain often leads shore excursions to out-of-the-way seafood shacks or docks the boat overnight so passengers can get a taste of island nightlife. Onboard, there are under-the-stars movies, a small casino, and a bar but no overstuffed roster of activities, so you get the unstructured allure of a beach getaway and effortless island-hopping from the comfort of your floating luxury hotel.

Seadream Yacht Club
Tel: 800 707 4911

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