Luxury cruise operator, SeaDream Yacht Club, has announced more itinerary options in Myanmar later this year.
The company was already planning to operate two 13-day sailings to Myanmar, using its mega-yacht SeaDream II. But it has now decided to split both sailings, offering them as alternative six- or seven-day itineraries beginning or ending in Yangon.
“The fascination with Myanmar… has been quite extraordinary,” said SeaDream’s CEO, Pamela Conover. “So while keeping the original 13-day sailings that each include two nights in Yangon, we’re also now offering the shorter options as well for those who don’t have two or more weeks of holidaying time available to them.”
The new six-, seven- and 13-day voyages will take place in November and December this year, also visiting islands and ports in Malaysia and Thailand.
SeaDream II has 56 staterooms for a maximum 112 guests, served by a crew of 95.
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