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SeaDream to restart Caribbean cruises in November

Line will be first to operate in the region following pandemic

SeaDream Yacht Club has confirmed that it will restart Caribbean cruises from November 7, becoming the first line to return to the region.

During a Zoom call, Emilio Freeman, the company’s vice president for itineraries and destinations, said that the company would complete 22 cruises in the Caribbean, calling at Grenada, Barbados and St Vincent and the Grenadines.

According to The Points Guy, while some other operators have postponed cruises until November, SeaDream is the first to confirm that the cruises will run.

In the US, the Centers for Disease Control have a no sail order currently in place. With most Caribbean cruises operating out of a US port, the ban is expected to be extended beyond its current expiration date of September 30.

The SeaDream ships will not sail in US waters and also fall beneath the 250 persons limit that the CDC ban applies to.

Earlier this year, SeaDream appointed Jos Dewing to head up its UK operation.

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