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Civitavecchia to Nice Wine Voyage

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Discover the interest and passion of  some of the most famous local winemakers as you taste their creations. This 8-day trip offers you the opportunity to learn more about the delights of the Mediterranean with exclusive guests such as Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, whose dedication is inspired by the writings of his great grand-uncle Leopoldo Incisa, from Rocchetta Tanaro in Piemonte. Enjoy an informal wine tasting onboard with Pricilla Incisa, who shares her family legacy, philosophy, and wines from Tenuta Del Guido, as well as their estate in Sardinia. Dine with Pricilla as she hosts a very special degustation dinner. The ship's executive chef creates dishes that complement the excellence of the exclusive and rare vintages of Tenuta del Guido. 

Day-by-Day Summary

Day 1 : Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy | Embark
Day 2 : Porto Ercole, Italy
Day 3 : Portoferraio, Elba, Italy
Day 4 : Livorno (Florence), Italy
Day 5 : Portovenere (Cinque Terre), Italy
Day 6 : Portofino, Italy
Day 7 : Monte Carlo, Monaco
Day 8 : Nice, France | Disembark


  • Discover a variety of red wines, olive oil, and locally produced appetizers
  • Enjoy a special dinner with rare vintages from Castello delle Regine
  • Explore beautiful Elba on a hiking excursion
  • Visit one of the world's most beautiful stretches of coastline, Cinque Terre


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Grapes at a vineyard Trevi Fountain in Rome Delicious cheeses and wines await you on your small ship cruise Monte Carlo The center of old Nice

Day 1 Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy | Embark

Arrive at one of the largest and busiest ports in the Mediterranean - Civitavecchia is the gateway to Rome. Rome has been recognized as one of the most-visited cities in the world. Its incredible history spans over 2,500 years, and its historic center is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Monuments and museums such as the Vatican Museum and the Colosseum are amongst the world's 50 most-visited destinations. Settle in to your cabin and attend a welcome dinner as the ship sets sail.

Day 2 Porto Ercole, Italy

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Porto Ercole (Port Hercules) is a town located in the municipality of Monte Argentario, in the Province of Grosseto, Tuscany. It is one of the two major towns that form the township, along with Porto Santo Stefano located on the opposite side of this unique peninsula.

Wine Voyage Activities:

Porto Ercole – Truffle hunt in the Italian forests, Castello Delle Regine: Castello delle Regine is not only famous for producing excellent wines but truffles too! Join SeaDream on an exclusive and unique experience in the Italian forests, guided by a local truffle hunter and his dogs. During your hunt, also search for wild herbs and other natural treasures. After the hike, a delicious meal with “the catch of the day” is paired with exquisite wines from Castello delle Regine.

Optional Activities:  
Porto Ercole – Montalcino & Italy’s Celebrated Wines: Begin with a scenic countryside drive traveling through delightful medieval villages. One of the most famous and recognized wines in Italy is the Brunello, which is grown around the sleepy town of Montalcino, your first destination. A walking tour takes you along its narrow, winding, and steep streets and its 14th-century fortress and impressive ramparts with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. See the Palazzo Comunale on the Piazza del Popolo, dating back to the 13th century, and the Duomo San Salvatore. Montalcino's foremost activity is wine producing, as is evident from the number of shops where you can both sample or buy the excellent local wines. Enjoy some free time to browse and have lunch on your own before a visit to a local winery where you can sample the celebrated local wines. Bring some of your friends; food & wine always taste better in good company. Continue to the valley to visit Sant' Antimo and admire the impressive, ancient Abbey built by Charlemagne early in the 9th century. Legend says he built it as an expression of thanks to God for sparing him and his troops from a plague that was then raging through Italy.
Duration: 8.5 hours

Day 3 Portoferraio, Elba, Italy

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Portoferraio is a beautiful town in the province of Livorno, Tuscany, on the northern coast of Elba Island. The  ship generally docks just steps away from the main street Via Garibaldi.

Wine Voyage Activities:

Wine tasting with Tenuta del Guido, Sassicaia – As a young man, the interest and passion of Mario Incisa della Rocchetta for wine and viticulture were inspired by the writings of his great grand-uncle Leopoldo Incisa, from Rocchetta Tanaro in Piemonte. Sassicaia was initially produced as a “family wine” and the first vintage to appear on the market was 1968. During a Decanter tasting in 1978 in London, the 1972 vintage was declared the best Cabernet Sauvignon among 33 wines from 11 countries. Since then, Sassicaia has been acclaimed by wine critics worldwide, and this success is recognized to have put Bolgheri on the wine map of the world. Within the new appellation “Bolgheri DOC” granted in 1994, Sassicaia was honored with a special “Sassicaia DOC”, being the only wine in Italy with its own appellation. Through an informal wine tasting onboard, Pricilla Incisa shares her family legacy, philosophy and wines from Tenuta Del Guido, as well as their estate in Sardinia.

Optional Activities:
Portoferraio, Elba – Hiking Mount Capanne: Discover the beauty of the Elba hiking by the slopes of its heights. Leave Portoferraio by motorcoach and set out for an enjoyable drive to the western Elba, reaching the attractive village of Marciana, the island’s oldest settlement (375 mts above sea level), still maintaining its medieval appearance: from here start a delightful hiking tour along the slopes of Mount Capanne which has been slowly eroded by the wind creating curios formations. Walk through magnificent vegetation surrounded by ilex, pine and chestnut tree woods which also allows breathtaking views over the northern side of the island: the cool and fresh climate gives this land a mountain atmosphere although the sea is just a few minutes away. After approximately 1.5 hour, reach the Church of San Cerbone (525 mts above sea level. Continue down for about 30 minutes to end the hike at the village of Poggio (325 mts above sea level) and stop at a charming rustic restaurant: a pleasant interlude to relax, enjoy great views over the ocean and taste of course the local specialties before resuming our drive back to Portoferraio.
Duration: 6 hours

Portoferraio, Elba – Elba Vistas, Villages & Wine:  Enjoy a delightful drive to the southern mountainside village of Capoliveri. Being absolutely enchanting, Capoliveri preserves an almost medieval atmosphere in its architecture, somber at the same time as graceful and elegant. The coasts of Capoliveri are some of the most beautiful on the island, with overhanging cliffs, visited by thousands of seagulls, and small bays with crystal-clear water. Now it is time for a delightful walk through the twisty old streets followed then by some leisure time to shop and browse around the tiny shops and boutiques of the village. Your next destination is the 17th century old country wine-farm "La Chiusa," beautifully nestled in a vineyard estate surrounded by olive trees and overlooking the ocean: as any self-respecting mansion on Elba, it claims to have once housed Napoleon during his exile there " During your visit of the estate's cellar see how the wine is handled and produced " A delicious wine sampling of the vineyard's "passiti" made from Aleatico and Ansonica, classic mainstays of the island will follow in the outside garden facing the sea , complement by assorted light snacks. After enjoying this pleasant interlude, a short walk brings you back to your waiting transport for your drive back to Portoferraio.
Duration: 4.5 hours

Portoferraio, Elba – Walking The Napoleon Trail: Enjoy a historically informative hike through the 'centro' section of Portoferraio, Elba's capital and largest city. From the pier, begin your walk through the ancient city gates toward the Forte Falcone. Once inside, there's a spectacular view over Portoferraio and the gulf. Continue along the narrow cobblestone path that leads to the town's upper reaches and your next stop, the Napoleon Residence dei Mulini, where the famous French hero lived in exile for nine months. A visit to the emperor's apartments lets you imagine him reading his favorite books in the library, or contemplating his conquests in the small garden. Resume your stroll to the Forte Stella, so named for its star-shaped design, then wind your way down toward the pier, with a brief visit along the way to the Church of Misericordia. Passing through the Medicean Sea Gate, or Porta a Mare, enjoy the ambience of the fashionable waterfront before returning to the yacht.
Duration: 2.5 hours

Day 4 Livorno (Florence), Italy

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Not only is Livorno a fantastic hub to visit neighboring Pisa, Lucca, and Florence, Livorno itself is a great destination. To start with, walk into town or even to the train station. Some of the officers may offer a bike ride from the port to either Pisa or Lucca – possibly both for the extremely active guest.

Wine Voyage Activities:

Visit to Tenuta del Guido, Livorno

Optional Activities:

Livorno (Florence) – The Arts of Florence: This land adventure is a “must do” for anyone visiting Tuscany that hasn’t had the opportunity to explore the incredible city of Florence! This UNESCO awarded city is a feast for both the senses and the intellect and few cities are imbued with such a magnificent sense of harmony, grace, dignity and serenity. When you disembark the yacht, motor coaches are waiting to transport you through the beautiful Tuscan countryside to Florence, the nerve center of the Renaissance. Your first visit is to the Academy Gallery to view its collection of works by Michelangelo. Of particular interest is the monumental figure of David, a symbol of youthful force and a perfect example of the sculptor's humanism. Proceed on to the city's cathedral, the Duomo, surmounted by Brunelleschi's gigantic dome. Construction began in 1420, and it is said that up to 10,000 Florentines could be accommodated for the sermons of Savonarola. Following your visit to the Duomo, enjoy a light pasta and salad lunch at a typical Florentine restaurant. Your final stop is in Holy Cross Square, where you receive a brief introduction to the Santa Croce Church. The splendid interior of this church is a jigsaw puzzle of marble tombs, and contains chapels frescoed by Giotto, and Brunelleschi's Pazzi Chapel. The tombs of Michelangelo, Galileo, Machiavelli, and Rossini all lie within. The rest of the afternoon is spent at your leisure before meeting at Holy Cross Square for the return to Livorno and SeaDream.
Duration: 9.5 hours

Livorno (Florence) – Renaissance Ramparts of Lucca by Bike: Today's Yachting Land Adventure begins with a scenic 45-minute drive, via motorcoach, through the Tuscany countryside to Lucca, an enchanting destination largely bypassed by time and tourists. Geraniums bloom from the roofs of medieval tower houses, latticed Gothic windows abound, and Lucca offers her visitors the best-preserved Renaissance defense ramparts in Europe. These stone walls surround the village and are up to 40 feet high and more than 2 miles long by about 60 feet wide. Begin with a walking orientation taking in some of the highlights along the cobbled Via Fililungo, little Lucca's version of Rome's Via Veneto. Your guide points out the Romanesque facades and facilitates a stop at San Frediano Church. At Santa Maria Square, bicycles are lined up, awaiting your arrival. Up you go to ride along the ancient city walls, enjoying the panoramic view below and stopping along the way to visit St Martino Cathedral, Giglio Square, Napoleone Square, and the house that was the birthplace of Puccini. Some free time is afforded for browsing in the upscale shops, looking for the famed 'olio d'oliva lucchese' of the region, or just finding a chair at one of the sleepy cafès and catching a glimpse of Lucca life before returning to Viareggio and SeaDream. Molto Bene!
Duration: 4.5 hours

Day 5 Portovenere (Cinque Terre), Italy

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Portovenere and the three islands of Palmaria, Tino, and Tinetto were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997. They have been selected for being distinguished examples of the ways in which man has been able to modify and transform the environment without altering the beauty of the original natural landscape.

Wine Voyage Activities:

Winemaker’s Dinner with Tenuta del Guido Sassicaia – Dine with Pricilla Incisa as she hosts a very special degustation dinner. SeaDream’s Executive Chef creates dishes that complement the excellence of the exclusive and rare vintages of Tenuta del Guido. 

Optional Activities:                                                                       

Portovenere (Cinque Terre) – UNESCO Awarded Cinque Terre: You cannot visit Italy without having seen and visited one of the world's most beautiful and famous stretches of coastline. It's so beautiful, it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997! Don't disappoint yourself and your friends by staying behind. Are you not convinced yet? Please read on! Clinging to the Ligurian cliffs on the west coast of Italy are five castles at nearly the same distance from one another: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. Depart from the Portovenere pier directly to Cinque Terre ("Five Lands") and marvel at the breathtaking coast with the villages suspended above the sea, almost defying gravity. There they are - Five ("Cinque") picturesque villages of pastel-colored houses and terraced vineyards alive with the fragrance of olive trees blending with the fresh ocean breeze. Arrive at the village of Vernazza, where you disembark and begin a guided walk of this 1st-century village. Notice the richness of its architecture, which is evidence of a standard of living that was wealthier than the other villages. Following this guided walk, there is free time to browse the local shops or enjoy a cafè. Then re-board the vessel for a stop at the second village, Monterosso, known as the most westerly village, and the beach town of the Cinque Terre. This town is divided into two distinct parts: San Cristoforo Hill, and the old maritime village protected by a rock spur. Your guide points out the highlights of the village and then allows you free time to explore on your own before returning to the motor launch and the return journey to Portovenere.
Duration: 4 hours

Portovenere (Cinque Terre) – Guided Village Walk: Imagine walking through your own town without any knowledge of its history, culture, or customs. Now imagine how much richer you are for the experience with that information added. This walking exploration of Portovenere leaves you feeling like a local. Portovenere is an ancient 12th-century town where tall and colored houses still remain as an important feature of one of Italy's most picturesque ports. Start today's walking adventure with your knowledgeable guide by passing under the ancient arch to enter Caruggio before exploring the Church of St. Peter, the Castle, and the Cemetery. Continue walking portside for a panoramic view of the town and the island of Palmaria. Along the way a stop is made to enjoy a tasting of the delicious local wine.
Duration: 2 hours

Day 6 Portofino, Italy

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Portofino is a picturesque, half-moon-shaped seaside village with pastel houses lining the shore of the harbor. Discover its incredible shops, restaurants, cafès, and luxury hotels. The shopping here is incredible as are the many art galleries. There are also opportunities for hiking, diving, boating, resort golf, tennis and biking (once you get past the taxi stand) as there are no bikes and cars permitted within the town limits.

Wine Voyage Activities:

Wine Tasting with Castello delle Regine & Winemaker’s Dinner – The region of Umbria is generally known for producing bulk, lower quality wines, but there is always an exception. The exception is Castello delle Regine. This privately owned estate has its roots deep in the territory, and excellence is a keyword. Sample their exquisite portfolio of refreshing Italian white, and the charming yet powerful red in a complimentary wine tasting, as the lady of the house, Livia, embarks SeaDream. To end a unique culinary voyage, SeaDream and Livia host a special winemaker’s dinner where rare vintages from Castello delle Regine are matched with SeaDream’s Dream Cuisine, composed by the Executive Chef. 

Optional Activities:                                                      

Portofino – The Splendido’s Italian Cuisine – Taste of Tradition: Experience the cuisine of the world-famous and uber-exclusive Splendido Hotel. This magnificent landmark overlooks the picturesque harbor of Italy's most renowned resort enclave. Favored by the wealthy and famous, the hotel is known for its superb Italian cuisine and for her unequaled ambience. Have an opportunity to taste regional varieties of oil and learn how each is used in the preparation of delicious Italian dishes. Afterwards, enjoy a delicious luncheon of Italian specialties prepared with olive oil as well as wine, dessert, and coffee before returning to the harbor to enjoy the rest of your day.
Duration: 2.5 hours

Portofino – Hiking to Santa Margherita: This picturesque hiking adventure departs from the tender pier and passes through town by the trendy boutiques and shops that surround the charming piazzetta and the waterfront. Walk by the church before you reach the hiking path: depending on weather and paths conditions, the first half of the journey is mostly uphill, walking towards Cappelletta, San Sebastiano, and Olmi to reach Molini. The path leads the way through Mediterranean flora, with fancy villas, vineyards, and olive groves. Alternatively, you walk towards Paraggi along the breathtaking coastline where the hills and the seaside live harmoniously together, to then hike up towards Acquaviva and Molini, where an old olive oil mill has been renovated, housing now a little museum and a tiny cafè with facilities. Vegetation hugs the medieval dwellings and the cliffs drop off to the crystal-clear sea, making this one of the most fascinating locations of the Riviera. Continue towards S. Anna and Nozarego to finally start the walk down to the main promenade of Santa Margherita Ligure. Santa Margherita's forms, colors, the arrangement of its characteristic houses, its rich villas, and great hotels all seemingly painted around the bay produce something of a magical reflection. Pause for a refreshment at a local cafè and some time to browse the shops before boarding your van for the return drive to Portofino. Or extend your stay in Santa Margherita and then make your own way back to the yacht.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Day 7 Monte Carlo, Monaco

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
The Principality of Monaco is an independent sovereign state composed of four quarters: Fontvieille (the newest), Monaco-Ville (the oldest), La Condamine, and Monte Carlo. Monte Carlo is widely known for its casino as well as the Monaco Grand Prix. Monte Carlo is one of Europe's leading tourist destinations as it simply has so much to offer. Some of the sights include the Cathédrale Paroisse, Eglise Sainte Dévôte, Jardin Exotique et Grottes de l'Observatoire, Monaco Top Cars Collection, Musée Océanographique, and of course the Palace. Board the SeaDream II, settle in to your cabin, and attend a welcome dinner as the ship sets sail.

Wine Voyage Activities:

Visit to Chateau de Cremat, Monte Carlo

Optional Activities:

Monte Carlo – Monaco by Ferrari Super Car: Experience the great sensation of driving a real supercar. This exceptional adventure is done along the panoramic roads of the Riviera, exactly where James Bond has been a few times! You are picked up by a luxury mini-van and an English-speaking driver, and transferred along the beautiful Middle Cornice Road to reach the perched village of Eze. Here the Ferrari car is ready and waiting for you. Enjoy being a front seat passenger or pilot during 15 minutes of a real fast car ride. As a co-pilot, a professional driver is in command of the car, or you can be a pilot with a professional trainer beside you. After this exciting experience, enjoy a soft drink while being overwhelmed by the landscape. Have some free time for visiting the nearby perfume factory. Your minivan brings you back to Monaco and drives on the very streets which are turned into the Monaco F1 Grand Prix racing track every year in May.
Duration: 4 hours

Monte Carlo – Eze and Monaco:  As you depart Monaco harbor, the coach joins the Moyenne Corniche, a broad road taking large sweeping curves along the coastline and high cliffs and providing the only access to the amazing village of Eze, a prime example of a Mediterranean hill village. Eze clings like an eagle's nest to a rock spike towering 1401 feet over the sea. On foot enter the 14th-century double gateway with crenellations and a sentry walk leading into the steep narrow streets, sometimes running beneath the carefully restored houses which are now smart boutiques or artists' studios. Streets of this town are closed to traffic and the town can only be explored by foot. Do not miss the magnificent views of the coast from the top. Driving back to Monaco, your coach parks at the foot of the rock of Monaco. From here take escalators and elevators which carry you to the Old City: "The Rock". Up the hill, a guided walking tour through the narrow streets takes you past the Oceanographic Museum, the Cathedral containing the tomb of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier III, and the exterior of the Prince's Palace. After a short time at leisure, your motor coach drives along a small part of the Grand Prix Motor Race circuit before returning to the ship.
Duration: 4 hours

Monte Carlo – Walking the Principality: Leaving from one of the world’s most famous ports, proceed to the old city built high on a rocky promontory that offers a panoramic view over the new city and its skyscrapers. This tiny principality has been under the rule of the Grimaldi family for most of the period since 1297. Proceed to the top of the Old City by escalators and elevators. On the hill, a guided walking tour through the narrow streets takes you past the Oceanographic Museum, the Cathedral containing the tomb of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier III, and the exterior of the Prince's Palace (no inside visits). If lucky, you may get to see the changing of the guard in front of the Prince's residence. Also enjoy some time to stroll around on your own before returning to the yacht.
Duration: 3 hours

Monte Carlo – Aerial views of Cote d’Azur and Monte Carlo: This truly exciting outing includes a breathtaking view of the French Riviera from the air and offers you the opportunity to fully explore Monte Carlo. After a short transfer from the yacht to the helicopter pad, experience a spectacular 20-minute flight over the glorious Cote d'Azur. While airborne, gain an appreciation of the sheer majesty of the Maritime Alps, the Rock of Monaco, and the Cathedral where Prince Rainier III married American film star, Grace Kelly. Your helicopter then flies at a lower altitude so you can admire the Principality of Monaco at the foot of the mountains, including the casino and beaches. The flight continues over the village of Roquebrune-Cap Martin, Menton, and La Turbie. As you follow the coastline see Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, the hill village of Eze, and the tiny seaport of Villefranche.
Duration: 1 hour

Day 8 Nice, France | Disembark

  • 1 Breakfast
Nice is the fifth most populous city in France and the second largest on the Mediterranean coast. The city's famous seaside promenade, the Promenade des Anglais ('the Walkway of the English'), owes its name to the earliest settlers to this seaside resort. For over a quarter century, the picturesque Nicean surroundings have attracted not only those in search of relaxation, but also those seeking inspiration. The crisp clean air and soft light has been of particular interest to some of Western culture's most outstanding painters, such as Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse, and entertainers such as Sir Elton John and Tina Turner. Board the SeaDream I and attend dinner as the ship sets sail.

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Please note: Optional Activities are NOT included in this cruise-only rate. Contact us for details.

- All guests are required to have a valid passport while onboard.

- All on board wine tastings are complimentary.

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