SeaDream II sails to Macau

SeaDream II has announced it make its inaugural call to Macau next year, giving cruisers to opportunity to experience the former Portuguese colony.

Macau was selected for its Portuguese-influenced characteristics and the fact that its petite port is accessible by the compact SeaDream yatch.

The SeaDream II 13-day Asian voyage commences in March 2014 in Bangkok with calls in Ko Chang, Thailand; Sihanoukville, Cambodia; Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam; Halong Bay, Vietnam; then Macau and ends in Hong Kong.

Macau Government Tourist Office Australia and New Zealand general manager Helen Wong said the ship’s visit speaks volumes for Macau’s appeal as a port of call.

She said: “Macau’s mix of east-meets-west, old-meets-new features makes for a fascinating visit for the 100 or more cruise ship passengers.”

“It will be our aim to ensure those who visit return to spend more time in what is a very special part of Asia.”