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Caribbean Yachting Ports and *Sample Land Adventures

Bequia, Grenadines, Port Elizabeth - Little changed by time, Bequia is an island on which life is completely oriented to the sea. Its seclusion has ensured that it has retained its age-old traditions of boat building and fishing. The islanders are the world's last hand-harpooners. A hilly and forested center of the island provides a dramatic backdrop to the bays and beaches. Bequia is encircled by gold-sand beaches, many of which disappear into coves, excellent for sailing, scuba diving and snorkeling.

Carriacou, Grenadines, Hillsborough - Carriacou, known as “the island surrounded by reefs” is the largest of the Grenadines. Settled by the French, it was ceded to the British in 1973. Take in the miles of empty white sand beaches, deep aqua bays and the spectacular hill views of the surrounding Grenadine islands. Nature trails, gorgeous reefs and safe anchoring harbors attract people from all over the world. The beaches at Grand Anse on Hillsborough Bay are of white coral sands.

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Jost Van Dyke, BVI

Anegada, British Virgin Islands - The only major coral island within the British Virgin Islands, Anegada is almost completely surrounded by reefs. Due to the shallow waters, Anegada is exclusively visited by yachts that come to enjoy the solitude as well as what are likely the Caribbean’s most beautiful, unspoiled and deserted sixteen miles of sandy beaches. Only 28' above sea level, it is often referred to as the “drowned island”. In addition to its famous beaches, the island is also well known for its lobsters. The SEADREAM tender will land you on the pier at an area referred to as “Setting Point” located at the southwest side of the island and the only point accessible through the reef. As you walk along the pier look along the sides and you may spot some of the famous island lobsters in native traps. SEADREAM Late Night Stay Yacht’s Marina: Non-Motorized Water Sports – Swimming *Yachting Land Adventure: Cow Wreck Beach - A beach lover’s dream. You can take SEADREAM’s shuttle for a short ten minute drive from the pier to one of the islands most beautiful beaches. Bring a sense of adventure, a couple of towels, your snorkel gear, extra water and enjoy a day of swimming and snorkeling on one of the Caribbean’s most unique islands.

Anguilla, Leeward Islands, Sandy Ground - When Christopher Columbus sighted the island and noticed its eel -like shape, he called it Anguilla, which means "eel" in Spanish. Today, the island is known as a retreat for celebrities, and is sometimes called the "South Beach" of the Caribbean with Shoal Bay being one of the most highly acclaimed beaches in the world. Boat racing is fiercely participated in and the passion of the Anguilla people for their national sport is reflected in the huge crowds that come out to support their boat.

*Yachting Land Adventure: Visit Mustique - This elite private island is only a 5minute power or sail boat ride away. Tommy Hilfiger, Princess Margaret, Mick Jagger and more, own homes on this beautiful island.

Canouan, Grenadines, Grand Bay - Carib for "island of turtles", this is one of the less developed islands of the Grenadines. Boot-shaped and about three miles long and a mile wide, Grand Bay is the center of this island and its main spectacular beach. There is a mile-long reef surrounding Canouan which makes it a snorkeler’s or diver’s dream. The secluded and exclusive island of Canouan is home to the Trump International Golf Club; one of a very few good places in the Caribbean to play 18 holes of golf.

Culebrita Island, Puerto Rico, - A National Wildlife Refuge with secluded beaches and crystal clear waters. The crystal clear waters are perfect for snorkeling on some of the most spectacular reefs in all of the Caribbean. The only permanent structure you will find on the island is an abandoned lighthouse, high on the hill. For the energetic, a hike up the trail is well worth it for the views you can get of the surrounding area. The beaches are also nesting grounds for endangered sea turtles. Yacht’s Marina: Swimming *Yachting Land Adventure: Walk along a deserted beach and take in the beauty of this unspoiled island.

SEADREAM Late Night Stay *Yachting Land Adventure: Dine & Gamble at Villa Monte Carlo in the Raffles Resort

Guadeloupe, French Antilles, Iles Des Saintes - Off the beaten track, this island is divided into Grande-Terre to the east and Basse-Terre to the west. It was named Los Santos by Christopher Columbus who arrived there on All Saints Day in 1493. This island is laid back and peaceful. The town is small and quaint, offering shopping and small cafés.

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*Yachting Land Adventure: Dolphin Royal Swim - Just a short transfer from SEADREAM, and you are at the Dolphin Discovery facility. You will experience the center's most dynamic program. Experience a dolphin kiss, the dorsal tow and "foot push". The dolphin facility is on a beautiful sand beach so you can relax on the chaise lounges or go for a swim. Your encounter with these friendly and intelligent creatures is sure to be long remembered! You can take home the memories on a DVD if you like.

*Yachting Land Adventure: Cousteau Reserve - Pigeon was declared by Cousteau as one of the world’s best dive sites. Circle the island in a glass bottom boat or snorkel for a closer look.

Virgin Gorda, BVI

Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands, White Bay - With only 200 inhabitants, Jost Van Dyke is said to have been named for an early Dutch settler, a former pirate. Four miles long, the "barefoot" island is known by travelers around the world for its casual lifestyle, protected anchorages, fine beaches and beachfront restaurants and bars. The "Painkiller", one of the most famous cocktails in the Caribbean, was invented at The Soggy Dollar Bar. A favorite destination for yachtsmen, Jost Van Dyke is home to the famous Foxy's Bar. White Bay, named for its long and lovely white sand beach, is protected by extensive reefs and is a wonderful place to take in some snorkeling.

Mayreau, Grenadines - Mayreau’s population of only around 200, lives in a village on the highest hill of the island. From the church on top of Station Hill you will enjoy the most spectacular view of the Grenadines. In the north of Mayreau is Salt Whistle Bay, a perfect half moon beach separating the Atlantic from the Caribbean with a sand spit that is only 50 yards wide and fringed by palm trees. The windward side of Mayreau is where you will find a huge deserted beach. You could spend days sunbathing and snorkeling in the underwater world of Mayreau Garden. The southwestern, leeward beach is Saline Bay, with nearly a mile of white sand and calm, clear water.

Nevis, Federation of St Kitts/Nevis, Charlestown - Nevis is conical in shape with a volcanic peak at the centre. The island is fringed by golden sand beaches and has a coastline intermittently protected by coral reefs. The color of the sand is a result of the mixture of coral, foraminifera and volcanic sand. The name Nevis is derived from, Nuestra Señora de las Nieves ("Our Lady of the Snows"), a Spanish name given to the island by Columbus who thought the clouds over Nevis Peak made the island resemble a snow-capped mountain. The charming port of Charlestown is also its capital.

Saba, Netherland Antilles - Sometimes referred to as the “Unspoiled Queen”, Saba is the smallest island of the Netherlands Antilles. It consists largely of the dormant volcano, Mount Scenery. Saba's lush plant and wildlife are diverse and are looked after by the Saba Conservation Foundation. Saba is one of the premier diving spots in the Caribbean and for some, in the world. It also offers fantastic hikes at various skill levels.

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Yacht’s Marina: Non-Motorized Water Sports – Swimming

*Yachting Land Adventure: Nevis on Horseback - A short transfer from the SEADREAM quay takes you to the stables in Cades Bay where you meet your guide and your horse. Riding along the beach you will be rewarded with magnificent vistas and historical sites. This relaxing ride promises to be scenic. On one side you see majestic coconut palms and the 350-year-old St. Thomas' Anglican Church; on the other side, the Caribbean and a clear view of neighboring St. Kitts.

*Yachting Land Adventure: The "Unspoiled Queen" - This SEADREAM Land Adventure will introduce you to the island's history and main points of interest. Starting at the port, you first visit "The Bottom", Saba's capital. St. John's, offers an incredible vantage point of the neighboring islands of St. Eustatius, St. Kitts and Nevis. Then pass through Windwardside, the village at the highest elevation, en route to Hell's Gate. The local ladies have their Saba Lacework on display, and there's a beautiful view of Saba's death-defying airport and surrounding islands from the Holy Rosary Church. On an extremely clear day, you can view islands as far as Guadeloupe in the South. Return to the Windward side and explore the village, do some shopping or grab a snack before returning to the yacht.

Beach Party! SEADREAM’S Champagne & Caviar Splash™ Yacht’s Marina: Non-Motorized Water Sports *Yachting Land Adventure: Sandy Cay - Sandy Cay is an environmental paradise and the quintessential deserted island. A purpose built snorkel boat will pick you up at the yacht and take you along the scenic southern shores of Jost Van Dyke to Sandy Spit and Green Cay. Swim or snorkel in the clear emerald waters before continuing to Sandy Cay. The above and under water scenery is absolutely amazing and not to be missed.

Martinique, French West Indies, Trois Ilets - Like a visit to Paris, you will discover the islanders wear high fashions and eat croissants. The volcanic 4.25 square mile island has landscapes as varied as its culture and history. This “Island of Flowers” mixes a refined French ambience with the warm and spicy West Indian charm. Beautiful white or blue sand beaches with lush rain forests representing every shade of green, and ferns as tall as trees, add to the exotic enjoyment. Lorraine is the name of the local beer not a reference to the quiche and French perfume is Duty Free. Yacht’s Marina: Motorized Water Sports – Swimming *Yachting Land Adventure: Snorkeling Adventure – Motor Sail along the scenic coast to two of the best snorkeling sites in Martinique. The sites selected depend on the weather and water conditions of the day but usually include a stop at the beach near Anse-Dufour, a typical fisherman’s village where you can sunbathe and snorkel, or Ilet à Ramiers, which is surrounded by a protected marine environment. An 18th century fort towering above you provides for a scenic backdrop.

*Yachting Land Adventure: Cat Sail to the Nature Preserve - Sail away on a beautiful catamaran to Tobago Cays for a morning of swimming, snorkeling and sunning. These Cays make up a nature reserve, are completely uninhabited, and are only reachable by boat.

Montserrat, Little Bay, UK Territory - “The Emerald Island of the Caribbean”, due both to its resemblance to coastal Ireland and to the Irish descent of most of its early settlers. The island of Montserrat has been blessed with one of the most dramatic geographies ranging from volcanic peaks that have been dormant for over 400 years to spectacular coastlines. Approaching the island you see the Soufrière Hills, becoming active in 1995 and still erupting today although at a much reduced rate. It is one of the the most closely monitored volcanoes in the world. Prior to the recent volcanic eruptions, Montserrat was considered one of the “Insiders” favorite Caribbean islands. It was also home to producer George Martin’s Air Studios Montserrat where some of the world’s most famous recording artists, including Eric Clapton, Little River Band and Paul McCartney among many others, used to record their albums. Yacht’s Marina: Motorized Water Sports – Swimming *Yachting Land Adventure: Montserrat Then & Now – Discover the dramatic and verdant landscape of this small island. The mountainous, volcanic spine of the island offers spectacular vistas, while the slopes and valleys and fertile fields display rich harvests of mango, papaya, coconut and banana. We are planning stops at some of the most interesting viewing points of the Soufrière Hills Volcano, including St. Georges Hill offering a spectacular view of Plymouth and the surrounding environs. Bring your camera as you visit the Pompeii of the Caribbean. Gustavia, St. Barts, FWI

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Peter Island, British Virgin Islands - Despite a tumultuous past, Peter Island today draws guests to its romantic seclusion and untouched beauty. It was named one of the "Top 20 Islands" in the world by Condé Nast Traveler. This is a lovely private island and weather permitting, the yacht will offer a tender service to a new pier at Great Harbour, a fabulous new beach destination exclusively for SEADREAM guests.

St. Barts, French West Indies, Gustavia - The Caribbean’s most exclusive island and yachting port where Caribbean and French influences blend effortlessly in true island style. Shop in the islands chic boutiques, dine in the upscale restaurants or stop for a drink at a sidewalk café and just people watch. SEADREAM stays late in port and often overnights in port to provide guests the opportunity to experience it all, day and night, at a relaxed pace. There is no such phrase as “Too much time on St. Barts!”

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Yacht’s Marina: Non-Motorized Water Sports – Swimming – Sunset Swimming *Yachting Land Adventure: “Fast N’ Fun” - Circumnavigate the island aboard a 30-foot Big Rapid nonsubmersible boat, originally designed for rescue at sea. Up to 10 passengers stand buckled into upright back supports, which are surprisingly comfortable and give you a great view. Your skipper is a retired yacht captain, who enjoys taking visitors on this unique ride to see the hidden coves and billionaire mansions along the coastline. Prickly Pear, Virgin Gorda, BVI

St. John, Cruz Bay, US Virgin Islands - St. John is home to beautiful beaches, bays, coves, and the Virgin Islands National Park. The park land was donated by the Rockefeller family and opened in 1956. Hiking and some of the best snorkeling to be had in the US Virgin Islands are some of the major attractions of this rugged, lush, green island. SEADREAM Late Night Stay

St. Martin, French West Indies, Marigot - In the capital city of Marigot, colonial houses stand beside chic cafés, bistros, pastry shops and luxury boutiques. In many ways it looks just like any of the French market towns you might expect to find on the Continent. There is a newly built shopping center at the foot of Fort St. Louis, with luxury boutiques such as Chanel and Lacoste. At the southern end of town is the marina port La Royale, providing elegant stores with the latest in European designer fashions and fine jewelry and all Duty-Free. The entire city is only four streets wide, so it is very easy to get around.

Vieques, Puerto Rico, Esperanza - SEADREAM has designed an evening stop at this tiny community along Vieques’ southern coast. The SEADREAM tender will bring you right to the center of this village. From the pier you can take a walk along the waterfront promenade where you will find a handful of little shops. There are also a couple of bars and quaint restaurants all within walking distance. There will be time for a stroll in this laid-back Caribbean community. Esperanza is the ideal gateway to explore the bioluminescent bay only a short distance east of town.

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SEADREAM Late Night Stay

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*Yachting Land Adventure: Bio-Bay - Depending on the moon, you can visit one of nature’s most amazing nighttime spectacles, the bioluminescent waters of Mosquito Bay. Fish flash by in the dark water, the Milky Way arches overhead, and a swim is like floating through stardust. This unforgettable experience is operated via a non-polluting electric boat staffed by a knowledgeable and entertaining captain and crew who explain the delicate balance of this rare ecosystem.

Yacht’s Marina: Non-Motorized Water Sports – Swimming *Yachting Land Adventure: Formula 40 Racing - If you share a spirit of adventure with a love for sailing, join Soma, a Formula 40 Racing Catamaran that is the fastest racing boat in the Caribbean, offering you a 2 hour thrill ride.

St. Lucia, Soufrière - St. Lucia seems like an island plucked from the South Pacific and set down in the Caribbean. Its dramatic twin coastal peaks, the Pitons, soar 2,000 feet up from the sea, sheltering magnificent rain forests where wild orchids, giant ferns, and birds of paradise call it home. Brilliantly-plumed tropical birds abound, including endangered species like the indigenous St. Lucia parrot. The rainforest is broken only by verdant fields and orchards of banana, coconut, mango, and papaya trees. The island's steep coastlines and lovely reefs offer excellent snorkeling and scuba diving. The rainforest preserves of St. Lucia's mountainous interior are one of the Caribbean's finest locales for hiking and bird watching. The island also has facilities for golf, tennis, sailing, and a host of other leisurely pursuits. Not to be missed is St. Lucia's Soufrière volcano.

*Yachting Land Adventure: St. Martin Fly Zone - From the pier in Marigot, we transfer to a 135-acre private nature reserve, where you take a high-flying journey through this centuries-old forest. Harnessed for speedy zip-line runs through suspended bridges and swinging ropes, experience an exhilarating traverse course between majestic 200-year-old mango and mahogany trees. A Treetop Adventure that's sure to leave you breathless! Tobago Cays, Grenadines - A wildlife preserve offering palm-studded shorelines, with some of the best snorkeling and diving in the world, brilliant powdery white sand, waters shaded in every shade of blue and the indescribable marine life beneath define the term “Caribbean Fantasy”.

Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands, Spanish Town - Named by Christopher Columbus, the distinctively shaped island of Virgin Gorda reminded Columbus of a reclining woman, so he named it Virgin Gorda, the "Fat Virgin." It is the third largest island of the BVI’s and one of the most popular islands for the yachting crowd. *Yachting Land Adventure: The Baths - This is the “Must See & Do” land adventure on Virgin Gorda, if not in the entire British Virgin Islands. Go on an openair safari wagon through the village of Spanish Town to discover The Baths, an intriguing group of sea caves and unusual rock formations. Follow the winding footpath down to the beach to explore this geological wonder. Wade knee deep through the sea caves formed by mammoth boulders and delight in the shafts of sunlight pouring through into the pools below. Learn about the boulders’ origins and the many unusual names given to the rock formations. Swim, relax and enjoy the ambiance of this piece of paradise. Then, retrace your footprints for a refreshing fruit punch before departing via the safari wagon for a scenic island drive over Gorda Peak to the north side, where a tender awaits to transfer you back to SEADREAM, now at anchor in magnificent Gorda Sound.

Virgin Gorda, North Sound - North Sound is like another world, a yachtsman’s dream world. On this magnificent sound is the legendary resort, the Bitter End Yacht Club. You can tender to the Bitter End from the yacht as well as to Prickly Pear. The island of Prickly Pear is a nature refuge, getting its name from a habitat that favors this variety of cactus. Across the bay from the Bitter End is Richard Branson’s, Necker Island.

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SEADREAM Late Night Stay Yacht’s Marina: Motorized Water Sports – Swimming *Yachting Land Adventure: Sport Fishing Soufrière Bay – a fully equipped boat and a very experienced Captain will steer you to “The Big One”

Yacht’s Marina: Non-Motorized Water Sports – Swimming *Yachting Land Adventure: Eastern Tortola Land Rovers – Board Land Rovers specially altered with bucket seats for a fun exploration of the hilly back roads of the eastern end of Tortola. You'll enjoy fantastic views of the other British Virgin Islands from vistas along the way - both on and off road - and you'll hold on to your seats when going down some of the dirt paths, originally used by loggers. The knowledgeable driver-guide uses roads known only by the locals to offer a real taste of everyday life on Tortola. A stop is made at a beach used mostly by the locals and it is here you can splash in the clear green-blue waters "rinse the trail dust off” and enjoy a fruit punch before heading back to the yacht. Pitons, St. Lucia

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Tortola, British Virgin Islands, Road Town - Powdery white-sand beaches, lush green mountains, and a sheltered yacht-filled harbor characterize the island of Tortola, where the past of the West Indies meets the present of the BVI’s. Main Street in Road Town, the capital city, has an array of shops and restaurants, offering everything from local spices, jams, rums, soaps, hand-crafted jewelry, silkscreened fabrics, and local art.

Jost Van Dyke, BVI

*SEADREAM offers more Yachting Land Adventure options than what are mentioned here. “Active or Laid Back”, select from the many different options that a yachting lifestyle aboard SEADREAM provides. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures and some have limited capacity. These Land Adventures are booked onboard only so please make your reservations as soon as possible after boarding. All land adventures in the SEADREAM Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. The price is subject to increase based on the

exchange rate between the local currencies to the US Dollar. Not all of the land adventures shown will be offered on all voyages and departure times are subject to change. Additional land adventures and/or updated information, pricing and departure times will be mailed with the documentation package sent approximately 30 days prior to embarkation, under the "Yachting Land Adventures" tab. Final pricing and departures times will be published onboard. Water Sports - Operation of motorized water sports equipment is governed by local port and state rules and not established by SEADREAM. Restrictions vary.


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