Sailing from United States
Setting sail from West Palm Beach
Palm Beach is the third richest city in the USA, a billionaire’s playground and home of Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump’s exclusive resort and private member’s club. With its golden sands, balmy climate and glitzy boutiques, it’s not hard to see why this city is a favourite of the rich and famous.
Bahamas: Rose Island
Rose Island is pure Bahamian bliss, with 11 miles of secluded coves, deserted white sands and laid-back beach bars, along with some fantastic snorkelling spots. Just 25 minutes by boat from Nassau and the mega-resorts of Paradise Island, this feels like another world entirely.
Bahamas: Norman's Cay
Norman’s Cay has a colourful history. During the late ‘70s and early ‘80s the island was part of Pablo Escobar’s drug-smuggling operation, and visitors can snorkel amongst the wreckage of a plane used by the cartel. Norman’s Cay was also the original venue for the ill-fated Fyre Festival, until the island’s owners took exception to Escobar being mentioned in the promotional material.
Bahamas: Clarence Town (Long Island)
Long Island lives up to its name, 80 miles long but just 4 miles wide. The rugged east coast is exposed to the crashing waves of the Atlantic, while the sandy western shore is lapped by calmer turquoise waters. Highlights include stunning white sand beaches, historic churches and labyrinthine cave systems.
Bahamas: Staniel Cay
Staniel Cay is part of the Exuma Cays, a collection of dazzling white sand islands where the jetset come to escape the outside world. Just next to Staniel Cay is the uninhabited Big Major Cay, home to the famous swimming pigs, who love to paddle in the crystal clear waters.
Bahamas: Harbour Island
Harbour Island is renowned for its beautiful pink sand beaches and colonial architecture, which dates back to the arrival of Loyalist settlers following the American Revolutionary War. The only town on the island, Dunmore Town, is named after John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, a Scottish peer and colonial governor of Virginia and the Bahamas.
Bahamas: Great Harbour Cay
Arriving in West Palm Beach
Your home from home
Just 56 fortunate couples enjoy a completely relaxed al fresco holiday experience and a quirky individual style of service that is way beyond the norm.
What we love
This has to be one of our favourite travel experiences. We love the al fresco feel, dining outside for all meals if you wish, and even spending the night sleeping under the stars on the Balinese dream beds. The totally laid back style means SeaDream is the ultimate chill.
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