SeaDream adds ports

May 2008
Travel Weekly (UK);5/30/2008 TW Cruise Supplement, p6
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the addition of new ports by SeaDream Yacht Club in the Mediterranean Region. SeaDream has extended its 2009 summer Mediterranean programme with the addition of 22 new ports across the region. New ports include Crete and Elafonisos in Greece, Chania, Sete and Le Lavandou in France and Vis in Croatia and Antibes.


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