Sea Cloud and Sea Cloud II winter in the Caribbean, offering one week itineraries usually from Antigua or Barbados to some of the lesser known isles such as Jost Van Dyke or Isle des Saintes, Guadeloupe. For the vast majority of passengers, ample time under sail during the day is vital and so itineraries often have half-day port calls to allow for several hours a day underway.
During the summer months, the two ships head over to Europe. Sea Cloud stays in the Eastern and Western Mediterranean, with superb itineraries that visit smaller, less well-known ports such as Korcula, Croatia or Olbia, Sardinia. Sea Cloud II wanders a bit more, spending time in the Mediterranean as well as exploring the west coast of Spain and Portugal, cruising around the British Isles and even going into the Baltic as far north as St Petersburg. In late November, the ships usually offer a long westbound Atlantic crossing.
River Cloud I and II sail mostly on the Danube, Maine and Rhine rivers, and Belgian and Dutch waterways, with some longer sailings reaching as far east as the Black Sea. Cruises run April to November and are usually seven nights.
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