Have questions? We're here.
Rock of Gibraltar

Lisbon to Barcelona Wine Voyage

Example 10 Day Cruise aboard SeaDream I
Talk with an expert
Customize any aspect of your Mediterranean trip. 1.406.541.2677
Help Me Plan My Trip
Talk with an expert Ask a Question
Visit renowned wineries on this incredible voyage that emphasizes the art of wine making and enjoy an exclusive dinner joined by specialized winemakers. Meet Dirk van der Niepoort in Portimão, Portugal and learn about his family legacy first hand. Relish expressive and intense wines during an engaging wine tasting, where Dirk shares his passion, philosophy, and beautiful wines. Also on your voyage discover German Riesling, amongst the finest white wines in the world. Experience why these wines have become world famous through an informational and engaging wine tasting, hosted onboard by Weingut Groebe.

Day-by-Day Summary

Day 1 : Lisbon, Portugal | Embark
Day 2 : Portimão, Portugal
Day 3 : Gibraltar, United Kingdom
Day 4 : Puerto Banus, Spain
Day 5 : Malaga, Spain
Day 6 : Cartagena, Spain
Day 7 : Ibiza, Spain
Day 8 : Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Day 9 : Mahon, Menorca, Spain
Day 10 : Barcelona | Disembark

Highlights

  • Visit the famous and historic Belem Tower and Jeronimos Monastery in Lisbon
  • Enjoy an exclusive wine tasting with Dirk van der Niepoort in Portimão
  • Experience the history of the charming coastal city of Cartagena
  • Join a walking exploration of the interesting walled town of Ibiza

Ship

SeaDream I

Places Visited

Activities

Trip Type

  • Small Ship

Activity Level

Relaxed

Trip Snapshots

Rock of Gibraltar Wine tasting on a small ship cruise Visit the unique Casa Mila in Barcelona Park Guell, unique houses designed by Gaudi in Barcelona Plaza in Lisbon, Portugal

Day 1 Lisbon, Portugal | Embark

Lisbon is the capital as well as the largest city in Portugal. It is also one of the oldest cities in the world. Lisbon has two sites listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Sites: Belem Tower and Jeronimos Monastery. The city stretches along the banks of the Tejo River.

Arrive in Lisbon and transfer to the SeaDream I. Settle in to your cabin and attend a welcome dinner as the ship sets sail.

Optional Activities: 

Lisbon – Snapshots of Lisbon: This introduction provides a look at the highlights of Portugal’s charming capital. As you head to the oldest part of the city, your licensed guide points out some of the major sites that can be enjoyed from the motor coach. The Alfama Quarter - the layout of this ancient quarter intrigues you with its ambience, maze of alleyways, and narrow, cobbled streets lined by closely packed houses, many of Moorish design. Continue with your drive through the city center to Alto do Parque Belvedere for a photo stop and to enjoy the magnificent view over the city. Once across the span, pause for photos at the base of the Monument Chris the King, a 361-foot-high statue portraying the sacred heart. Jeronimos Monastery - crossing the bridge once again proceed to this 16th-century architectural masterpiece designed in Gothic Manueline style. Belém Tower - next, proceed to Lisbon’s prominent landmark dominating the bank of the Tagus River. From this lavishly decorated tower, Portuguese explorers were given a rousing send-off. Leaving the Belém area, be taken back to the pier.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Day 2 Portimão, Portugal

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Portimão is the host venue for many prestigious sailing events including the annual Portimão, Portugal Match Cup event which is a part of the World Match Racing Tour. The Lisbon to Dakar Rally passes through here, and there is also surfing and kitesurfing. This is a great place for seafood restaurants with grilled sardines being the specialty. The beaches are very nice around Portimão; one of interest is ("Praia da Rocha"), meaning "Rocky Beach".

Wine Voyage Activities:

Wine tasting with Niepoort

Optional Activities: 
 
Portimão, Algarve – Medieval Silves & Carvoneiro: Today's Land Adventure takes you to discover the medieval Silves Castle and enjoy a nice Algarvian fishing village. The journey begins with an air-conditioned motor coach ride through this lovely peninsula region en route to the old town of Silves. On arrival, take a short walk uphill to the impressive Moorish castle and the outside facade of the partly gothic Cathedral, originally built by King Alfonso X of Castille. On the way down observe the 16th-century cross of Portugal. Wind your way slowly through the cobbled lanes to the village center, filled with colorful fishing boats, sandy coves, and local outdoor cafes. Enjoy some free time to browse before reboarding the coach and returning to Portimão.
Duration: 4 hours
 
Portimão, Algarve – Lagos, Sagres & Cape St. Vincent: This Land Adventure combines the sites of Lagos with a trip to Europe’s most southwesterly point! Begin your sightseeing adventure with a guided walking overview of Lagos. Enjoy some free time to wander along its quaint, narrow streets at your own pace. Continue with a 45-minute drive to the small town of Sagres. Visit the fortress and the old Hermitage, which dates back to the 7th century. Continue your journey west to Cape St. Vincent. So named after the martyred St. Vincent, the cape is the site of numerous naval battles, such as that between Admiral Rodney and the Spanish in 1780 and Admiral Jervis and Admiral Nelson against the Spanish fleet in 1797. As you stand on Europe’s most southwestern point, admire a steadfast lighthouse whose guiding beam safely directs hundreds of ships passing the cape every year. Having experienced the best of the Algarve, return to the yacht docked in Portimão.
Duration: 4.5 hours

Day 3 Gibraltar, United Kingdom

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory located at the entrance of the Mediterranean on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula. Most visitors arriving by sea are impressed by the rock’s huge visual impact. Some of the “can’t miss” options include the Great Siege Tunnels, St. Michael’s Cave, The Moorish Castle, The Lighthouse at Europa Point, and shopping.

Wine Voyage Activities:

Gibraltar – Experience Bodega Rey Fernando De Castilla, Jerez & Sherry:
Experience firsthand the time-demanding process of sherry production during a tour of the winery, followed by a sherry tasting complemented with local cuisine. The cellars of Bodegas Rey Fernando de Castilla are located in the historic city center of Jerez in Southern Spain. Here you can find the real treasures of this winemaking region, and experience the authentic tapas culture.

Optional Activities: 
 
Gibraltar – Highlights of Gibraltar: There is an enormous advantage to be gained by exploring, in the company of an experienced and knowledgeable guide, the natural wonders, local flora and fauna, splendid views, and military fortification of Gibraltar. Modern technology does all the hard work once the mini coach drops you at the Cable Car Bottom Station; it’s only a short ride, but the panorama opening before you is sufficiently breathtaking to make you forget you are suspended in midair. Once up, peep over the Rock for a view of the huge catchment area and Catalan Bay, before striding along a wooded path to St. Michael’s Cave to admire what was a source of wonderment even in ancient times. To save time, board a mini-coach and travel north to your next stop. Apes spring to mind when one mentions the Rock of Gibraltar and that is your next stop, where tailless Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus) roam free. Keep your possessions close! Then move on to Princess Caroline’s Battery and the entrance to the Upper Galleries. En route back to the yacht, your transport passes the Tower of the Moorish Castle before entering the heart of the duty-free shopping area and Main Street, where you may choose between being dropped off (and making your own way back to the yacht later) or returning directly to the ship.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Day 4 Puerto Banus, Spain

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Puerto Banus is an upscale marina to the west of Marbella, Spain, on the Costa del Sol. It was built in 1970 by Jose Banus, a local property developer, as a luxury marina and shopping complex for the jet-set.

Wine Voyage Activities:

​Winemaker’s Dinner with Niepoort​

Optional Activities:
 
Puerto Banus – The White Villages: This is a pleasant morning trip inland through the white villages of Monda and Ojen to reach the most fertile valley of the region, packed full with lemon orchards, orange, and olive plantations. Before you move on to Mijas, stop in Alhaurin el Grande for a visit to the local fruit market. In Mijas, enjoy its aquarelle of gleaming white houses where bright splashes of bougainvillea and geraniums spill over garden walls and windowsills. Stroll through the narrow cobbled streets of this Andalucian village, discovering what has attracted artists to this mountain town which offers wonderful panoramic views over the Mediterranean. Sidewalk cafes and shops surround the popular village square. A short walk up the slope brings you to one of the few square-shaped rings in Spain. From the terrace of a small church you have a marvelous view of Fuengirola and the coast. A refreshing soft drink is served at a local cafe during the tour. Enjoy some free time to browse the local craft and souvenir shops, adorned with colorful local pottery. Before returning to the yacht, pass through Fuengirola and the holiday resorts along the coast. Mijas is a bit on the "touristy" side but nevertheless enjoy soaking in the lovely setting.
Duration: 4.5 hours

Day 5 Malaga, Spain

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
The Malaga metropolitan area encompasses the adjacent towns and municipalities of Rincon de la Victoria, Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Alhaurin de la Torre, Mijas, and Marbella. The important cultural infrastructure and the rich artistic heritage have culminated in the nomination of Malaga as a candidate for the 2016 European Capital of Culture. 

Optional Activities: 

Malaga – The Magnificent Alhambra: Discover the Alhambra, a dramatic highlight of historic Granada, on this unforgettable land adventure. The city is beautiful in its own right, but nothing in all of Spain compares to the wealth of architectural art to be found in the city's Muslim-Hispano complex, the 14th-century Alhambra. This breathtaking example of Muslim architecture is completely encircled by walls and towers - palaces, military buildings, a fortress, and the administrative centers of a bygone era all lie protected within. Explore this remarkable structure on foot and marvel at the detailed mosaics, prism-style cupolas, and stone-cast latticework that speak to a surprising grace and sophistication. The nearby Generalife, surrounded by water gardens, was the residence of kings in need of refuge, and in direct contrast, the stunning El Vino Gate commissioned by Carlos V is built in the purest Renaissance style of the 16th century. Delight yourself with a typical Spanish tapas meal provided after your walk with wine, bottled water, and dessert at the Ruta del Vileta restaurant at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The restaurant is a favorite of King Juan Carlos I during the skiing holidays of the Spanish Royal Family.
Duration: 8 hours

Malaga – Malaga’s Old City – Tour & Tapas: Get to know the old city of Malaga with a knowledgeable local guide. From Plaza de la Marina proceed up Calle Larios, exploring the narrow side streets. The first stop is Plaza de la Merced, Picasso's birthplace. Then pass the Roman theater on the way to the Alcazaba. This grand Moorish fortification was built by the Berber ruler Badis Ben Habus in the mid-11th century on a hill in the center of the city, overlooking the port. After your exploration of the citadel walk down to the typical tapas bar called Bodega "El Pimpi" for refreshments and tapas. The guide makes sure you get back safely to the yacht.
Duration: 4 hours

Malaga – Fashionable Costa Del Sol – Marbella & Puerto Banus: Less than an hour drive from Malaga are the two most talked-about haunts on the Costa del Sol: Marbella and Puerto Banus. Drive along the coast before arriving at the town of Marbella. Here plunge into the past and visit the old quarter of the town with its narrow streets, whitewashed houses, and heavy-grilled windows, centered around the beautiful Plaza de los Naranjos (Orange Tree Square) filled with stately buildings, small shops, art galleries, bars, and bistros. Once a small fishing village, Marbella today is a fashionable and sophisticated resort, frequented by the rich and famous. Then, it's off to Puerto Banus, one of the most famous places in Andalucia, not to mention the rest of Spain and Europe. Puerto Banus is synonymous with wealth, fashion, and the highlife; it is the place to be and be seen. The area is lined with designer boutiques, restaurants, and hotels and the marina is home to large expensive yachts. Wander at leisure along the promenade and take time out to people-watch or follow the guide on a walk of this vibrant town. Have some time to do your own shopping before returning to Malaga.
Duration: 4.5 hours

Day 6 Cartagena, Spain

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Cartagena is located in the Region of Murcia, southeastern Spain. Thanks to its strategic position on the Mediterranean, Cartagena has been inhabited by many different cultures which have left their mark on its rich cultural heritage during a glorious and turbulent history.

Wine Voyage Activities:

Cartagena – Cooking, Strolling & Tasting in Cartagena:
A guided tour of the city center gives you a glimpse of Cartagena's interesting history. Learn the art of making Paella at a local restaurant, and enjoy a festive meal together with a tasting of local wines.

Optional Activities:

Cartagena - Discover Cartagena on Foot: Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines, Moors, Christians... find out why Cartagena was a crossroads of cultures and one of the most important cities in the ancient world on this walking adventure which gives you an entertaining insight into nearly 3,000 years of history. The walk starts through the old quarters to behold several modernist town houses built during the most recent period of splendor in this city, between the second half of the 19th century and the first decades of the 20th century. Then plunge back in time to the period of Roman domination of this area, finding many vestiges such as the Roman baths, "Via Augusta", and the magnificent remains of the Roman theater. Then take an elevator up to the highest of the five hills which Cartagena was built on. From here enjoy the superb views of the whole city, including its immense natural harbor, well protected by the mountains surrounding it. Finally visit the Civil War Shelter-Museum. These galleries, excavated out of the "Cerro de la Concepcion", served as air-raid shelters and were still to be completed at the end of the Spanish Civil War.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Cartagena – Cartagena by Segway: This is a fun and fascinating way to discover Cartagena! On this adventure glide through the hidden and most charming corners of Cartagena and hear informative commentary from your guide along the way. The adventure begins at the pier where you are given a brief training on the Segway to make you feel confident and ready for your adventure. From the port, depart towards the most attractive corners of Cartagena and pass many historical and culturally important sites en route. This is a great way to get a good introduction of the city of Cartagena on an enjoyable and eco-friendly Segway!
Duration: 1.5 hours

Cartagena – Andalusian Wine Tasting: This Land Adventure departs by coach from Cartagena to a family winery located in the very heart of the city. This winery has produced different wines from their own vineyards for generations. Taste the wide variety of wines made in the traditional way since 1940, including red wines, white wines, pink cava (sparkling wine), and sweet wine. Serrano's winery is the only winery inside the Geographical Denomination of “Campos de Cartagena”, and the only winery allowed to bottle with the name “Wine from Campo de Cartagena”. Therefore, this is a special and charming winery to learn about wines and taste them too.
Duration: 2.5 hours

Day 7 Ibiza, Spain

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Ibiza town is the largest city on this 3rd largest Balearic Spanish Island. It has become famous for its incredible nightlife and the electronic music that originated on the island.
 
Wine Voyage Activities:

Wine tasting with Weingut Groebe

Optional Activities:  
 
Ibiza, Balearic Islands – Ibiza’s Dalt Vila, a Guided Walk of the Walled Town: You should not miss this guided walking exploration of the interesting walled town, a jumble of narrow streets and lanes best explored with a knowledgeable local. From the pier you can already see your destination, the town walls, rising dramatically like an extension of the cliffs which protect the old port. The first destination is the cathedral from where you visit the Renaissance walls. Then continue back to Ibiza town for an enjoyable guided walk of the old town and explore the baroque church of San Domingo and some of the other interesting buildings, squares, and streets. Leaving the old town, pass through the shopping area and the hippie market before returning to the pier. After this walk you have the option of remaining in town to chart your own course along the shops, cafes, galleries and restaurants.
Duration: 2.5 hours
 
Ibiza, Balearic Islands – Wine Tasting in Unspoiled Ibiza: This adventure takes you across the island to the unspoiled northwest area where Ibiza is rural and the area is surrounded by mountains. Here lies the little village of San Mateu, which is famous for its wines. This is the largest area of vineyards on the island and where the finest wines are produced. It has a Mediterranean microclimate, with dry summers and mild temperatures. The most usual variety of grape is Monastrell in red wines and in white wines, Malvasia and Muscatel are the most common. The tour takes you to the Sa Cova vineyard. There you learn a lot about the land, the climate, the ecologic plantation, and the cycle of the vines. The visit continues through the Bodega where the blending process, which is responsible for the perfection of quality wine, is explained. Taste four different types of wines, served with an aperitif of typical products: local bread, ali-oli, sobrasada & butifarra (typical sausages), and cheese. After the tasting, return to Ibiza Town through the scenic countryside.
Duration: 3.5 hours
 
Ibiza, Balearic Islands – Mountain Bike Adventure: Start this active adventure from the pier guided by an expert biker! Ride along the port, trying to leave the main roads behind. The adventure brings you through paths in the countryside, passing by old farmhouses and little villages until you arrive to San Rafael. After a small break, continue pedaling in the direction of Sta Gertrudis, enjoying the marvelous views along the way. The insider knowledge of the professional guide promises you an experience of nature and exhilaration.
Duration: 4 hours

Day 8 Palma de Mallorca, Spain

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Although the City of Palma is the commercial and cultural center of Majorca, the depth of history, culture and nightlife here often takes visitors by surprise.
 
Wine Voyage Activities:

​Winemaker’s Dinner with Weingut Groebe

Optional Activities: 
 
Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands – Wonderful Villages of Valldemossa and Soller: Visit Valldemossa, one of the most beautiful and traditional villages on the island, which is nestled in a valley within the northern mountain range, a short distance from Palma. From the port, head towards La Cartuja, an ancient monastery that was originally built as a royal hunting lodge and was later inhabited by Carthusian monks. Other interesting sites are a small chapel, a Middle Age pharmacy, and the monk's library. The King Sancho's Palace also is visited. Enjoy a 10-minute piano concert before free time for shopping and exploration in Valldemossa on your own. Lunch is served in a restaurant before continuing on to Soller. One of the main attractions in Soller is the church, which was built in 1912 by architect Juan Rubio I Bellver, a pupil of the famed Antoni Gaudi. Your return journey to Palma is in the electric Soller Train. This is a very scenic, one-hour ride in an old-fashioned electric train which still uses wooden cars. The ride takes you through 13 tunnels over a distance of approximately 17 miles, traveling amidst some breathtaking landscapes.
Duration: 7 hours
 
Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands – Palma Highlights:  This Land Adventure introduces you to two of the most impressive monuments in the city - Bellver Castle and the "La Seu", the remarkable cathedral. Start at the Bellver Castle, from where a superb view of the Bay of Palma can be enjoyed due to its privileged location. Built in a circular shape with rounded towers, it had both defensive and residential functions. An interior visit of the castle introduces you to its various rooms inhabited by silent witnesses of its past. Next visit another emblematic monument of La Seu. Like many cathedrals in the Christian world, "La Seu” was built on the site of a pre-existing Arab mosque. Begun in 1229, it was not completed in its present form until 1601. Be stunned by the interior where the nave is almost 150 feet high. During a restoration in the early 1900s, the famous Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi was briefly involved and imprinted some features of his unique style on the interior before abandoning his work after an argument with the contractor. Walk through the small Treasure Museum, which displays ancient manuscripts, paintings, and religious items. Finally enjoy some free time to stroll in the old city before returning to the yacht. 
Duration: 4 hours

Day 9 Mahon, Menorca, Spain

  • Ship
  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Mahón is the capital of the Balearic Island of Menorca. The arrival by sea is really incredible as the Captain enters via a fjord-like inlet and then turns the yacht around and docks in the heart of the city. The capital has an interesting mix of old and new architectural styles.
 
Optional Activities:  
 
Mahon, Menorca, Balearic Islands – Mahon Musts (Monte Toro, Binisues & Fornells): Visit the small whitewashed fishing village of Fornells and then to Monte Toro, the highest point of the island with panoramic views across Menorca. See how the prosperous families used to live in the country house of Binisues and sample some local pastries and drinks. The island of Menorca offers some of the most beautiful scenery in Spain - a series of lush, fertile, and hilly vistas. Heading out of Mahon, take the north coast road to Fornells. An important bay in olden days for ships to shelter from the strong north winds, the bay is now a pleasure ground for water sports which include windsurfing, kayaking, and sailing. Then sit back and enjoy the view as you wind your way up the Monte Toro, Menorca's highest mountain. Looking back down on Fornells Bay from the viewing points you can appreciate the size and beauty of the bay and surrounding countryside. The next stop is at the stately Binisues country house situated in the area of Ferreries, called "Pla Verd" or the "green flatland". It belongs to a prosperous Menorcan family and remains a working farm but also houses a very unique museum. The items in the museum show you how the rich Menorcan families used to live and has a large collection of farm tools, equipment, and general household utensils. After the visit try some typical Menorcan snacks (tapas) together with wine or Pomada (Menorcan Gin with lemonade) before returning to the Port of Mahon.
Duration: 3.5 hours
 
Mahon, Menorca, Balearic Islands – Biking Menorca: The sport of mountain bike/cycling is growing in popularity and the island has an extensive network of unpaved paths, paved roads, and country lanes which have very little traffic. Many of the paths follow ancient routes across the island, which pass the standing stones and settlements erected during the Bronze Age. Some trails follow unpaved country lanes between the lovely stone walls which form an integral part of the beautiful Menorcan landscape. Cycle routes are clearly signposted and offer access to remote parts of the island which vehicles cannot access. With rolling hills, quiet roads, and many kilometers of unpaved trails, Menorca cycling is one of the best ways to explore the hidden parts of this unspoiled island. Today these ancient walkways are bordered with dry stone walls beside pretty small fields and pastures which in spring and early summer are covered in wildflowers. Many of the trails are unpaved but with a hybrid or mountain bike, the trails are easily within the abilities of most cyclists. There are more than three thousand kilometers that are practicable with mountain bikes – these unpaved paths offer challenges for all levels of experience and technical expertise but with many short steep climbs and drops they are not for the fainthearted.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Day 10 Barcelona | Disembark

Barcelona, a UNESCO city, is the second largest in Spain. It is the 12th most visited city in the world and 4th most visited in Europe. Especially remarkable is the work of architect Antoni Gaudi, which can be seen throughout the city. His best-known work is the immense but still unfinished church of the Sagrada Familia, which has been under construction since 1882, and is still financed by private donations.

Optional Activities: 

Barcelona – Gaudi’s Barcelona – Architectural Revolution: The symbol of Barcelona must surely be the incredible Sagrada Familia Basilica designed by the local revolutionary architect, Antoni Gaudi. Gaudi is probably the most famous modernist architect in the world. This tour visits the interiors of both the Sagrada Familia and the Guell Park, Gaudi's greatest works. Start with a viewing of two of Gaudi's buildings, the Casa Mila and the Casa Batllo, which have both been declared World Heritage sites by UNESCO. Then pay a visit to Guell Park, the dream of the businessman Eusebi Guell and his revolutionary architect, Gaudi. Despite the wild appearance of the park, everything in it was planned: the access, the market, the main square, the drainage, the reveries, the roads and paths, the staircases, the benches, etc. The Sagrada Familia Basilica is probably one of the world's most unique structures. Prepare yourself to be impressed with its sheer scale. Still uncompleted, work began in 1882 under the direction of Francesco de Paula Villar, who intended to give the work a Neo-Gothic style, in fashion at that time. The temple has 3 facades, one for the Birth which was built in 1891, the second is the Passion with the Door of Faith, and the third one (not yet built) evokes the Glory of God. When completed to Gaudi's design, the masterpiece will have 18 towers more than 100 meters high. The group of architects that is now working on the project (which is still a private foundation) dream of finishing the work by 2026, the 100th anniversary of Gaudi's death.
Duration: 4 hours

SeaDream I

Per person starting at
$10,400
Yacht Club Deck Stateroom
Select a Date
Yacht Club Deck 2 Stateroom
Ocean view staterooms with a of 2 twin beds or 1 queen bed. Cabin size: 195 sq.ft./18.12 sq. meters.
Yacht Club Deck Stateroom
Select a Date
Yacht Club Deck 3 Stateroom
Picture window ocean view staterooms with a choice of 2 twin beds or 1 queen bed. Cabin size: 195 sq.ft./18.12 sq. meters.
Yacht Club Deck Stateroom
Select a Date
Yacht Club Deck 4 Stateroom
Picture window ocean view staterooms with a choice of 2 twin beds or 1 queen bed. Cabin size: 195 sq.ft./18.12 sq. meters
Commodore Suite on the Sea Dream
Select a Date
Commodore Suite Deck 2
Comfortably appointed ocean view suite with a choice of two twin beds or a queen size bed. Cabin size: 390 sq. ft. / 36.23 sq. meters.
Commodore Suite on the Sea Dream
Select a Date
Commodore Suite Deck 3
Comfortably appointed ocean view suite with a choice of two twin beds or a queen size bed. Cabin size: 390 sq. ft. / 36.23 sq. meters.
Admiral Suite on the Sea Dream
Select a Date
Admiral Suite
Suite with partitioned living and dining areas with ½ guest bath and closet. Separate and private en-suite master bedroom with permanent queen bed. Cabin size: 375 sq. ft. / 34.8 sq. meters.
Owner's Suite on the Sea Dream
Select a Date
Owner's Suite
Premium suite includes a separate master bedroom suite with a permanent queen size bed. Cabin size: 447 sq. ft. / 41.53 sq. meters.

Notes

Please Note: Fares are capacity controlled and may change without notice. All fares are posted in USD and are based off of double occupancy. Single and triple rates are available upon request.

Cruise fares do not include Governmental, Port, Document Issuance, Handling and Service fees. Please see pricing for additional fees.

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 onboard wine tastings are complimentary.

Rates Include:
  • Accommodations
  • All gourmet meals
  • Wine with lunch and dinner
  • Open bar with selected premium brands
  • Gratuities
  • Use of water toys
  • Mountain bikes
  • Golf simulator
  • DVDs and more
  • Winemaker’s exclusive Dinner
Rates Exclude:
  • Optional Land Adventures. Contact us for pricing.
  • Air and ground travel arrangements
  • Spa treatments
  • Certain select premium liquor and wine cellar selections
  • Individual caviar requests
  • Communication costs
  • Use of satellite telephone
  • Internet access
  • Boutique purchases
  • Medical services
  • Casino play
  • Laundry
  • Government, Port, Document Issuance, Handling & Service fees
  • Wine-by-the-glass package

Included

  • 9 Breakfasts, 8 Lunches, 9 Dinners
Payment & Cancellation Policies
Change & customize to make it yours.
rachel shull headshot bio
Rachel S

We Love to Talk Travel

Call 1.800.344.6118
or
Chat Now
We are so glad that we chose Adventure Life. The service is top-notch. Everything is well taken care of and we just have to print the documents and go. Franny even gave us timely updates on possible airport strike.
KC Chan

Why Travel With Adventure Life

More Reasons

Awards and Accolades

All News