Sea Cloud Cruises has released its 2024 Authentic Sailing Journeys brochure, with 95 pages of adventures onboard its luxury tall ships along off-the-beaten-path routes and small ports.
“The Sea Cloud Cruises fleet will ring in the New Year in Cartagena, Bequia and Virgin Gorda, with a special 2024 season in store, charting courses away from the crowds,” said Mirell Reyes, president of Sea Cloud Cruises, in a press statement. “We encourage North American travelers and advisors to download or request our Authentic Sailing Journeys brochure and our crew looks forward to welcoming many onboard in 2024.”
Sea Cloud Cruises’ Itineraries & Limited Time Deal
Book clients now through Dec. 31, and they will receive a $250 onboard credit per person.
All three Sea Cloud Cruises tall ships—the 4-mast Sea Cloud, Sea Cloud II and Sea Cloud Spirit—are set to take 80 cruises over 180 days under full sail, many with Michelin-starred chefs onboard and renowned lecturers on tap. The cruises also include a collection of Special Occasion trips, with said special occasions including the Monaco Historic Grand Prix, America’s Cup and the St. Barths Bucket Regatta.
The company’s largest and most modern tall ship, Sea Cloud Spirit, will sail through Central America, taking your clients to Costa Rica, Panama, Belize, Honduras and Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. She will head to Florida and The Bahamas in March, then continue to the Canaries in the spring season, then Morocco and Spain. She will summer along the Atlantic Coast with Northern Europe—think Lisbon, Bilbao, Bordeaux, England, Ireland and Norway, followed by the Azores and then back to the Caribbean.
Sea Cloud II will be in the Caribbean from January through April—homeporting in St. Maarten and Barbados with visits to Martinique, Isle de Santes and Santo Domingo. Her European season begins in April from Lisbon to Barcelona—guests on the May 8 sailing will have a chance to take in the Monaco Historic Grand Prix with VIP access. This glam trip will be followed by Capri, Sardinia and Corsica, Sicily, Greece, and the French and Italian Rivieras during the summer season. She will then embark on a 17-day full-sail crossing from the Canary Islands to the Caribbean beginning Nov. 25.
Meanwhile, Sea Cloud will be in the Caribbean for most of the winter season, stopping in Anguilla, Nevis, Mayreau and Bequia from its homeports in St. Maarten and Barbados. Together with Sea Cloud II, it will sail into the St. Barths Bucket Regatta so the two tall ships can sail side-by-side. They will then sail together again to the British Virgin Islands, Lesser Antilles and then back to St. Maarten. Sea Cloud returns to the Greek Isles, an Athens and Venice voyage, Croatia, Sicily, Corsica and Sardinia, and then the Canary Islands for the Atlantic Crossing.
For more information, visit seacloud.com.