M is for Mediterranean (and for Marina Day!)

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In 2014, Seabourn’s ships will be offering guests more ports with complimentary watersports from the ships’ fold-out Marina than ever before. From spring through summer and into the golden autumn, our ships will anchor in picturesque coves and yacht harbors, and deploy the platform from which you can swim, water-ski, sail on a stand-up windsurfer or a sit-down sailboard, putter about on a pedal boat or take a wild ride on a banana boat. The Marina turns your Seabourn ship into a beach-front resort for the afternoon. We’ll plan on this fun activity in Bandol, Le Lavandou and Sanary-sur-Mer, France; Sorrento and the island of Ponza in Italy; Triluke Bay in Croatia and in the Greek Isles at Monemvasia, Myrina on Lemnos, Platis Gialos on Sifnos, Mithymna on Lesvos and Fiskardo on Cephalonia. Marina days are part of what makes a Seabourn Mediterranean cruise so special. It’s time to start daydreaming about a sunny day on a sparkling sea, and a whole afternoon with nothing to do but play in the water. M is for Marina day, and also for the sound you’ll likely make: Mmmmmm…

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