Embarking from Cairns, Queensland in Australia on February 1, 2014, SeaDream II of the SeaDream Yacht Club has announced that it will set sail on an exclusive voyage led by a team of expedition experts. It will arrive in Bali (Benoa) on February 15, with the ports of call and remote harbors including Alotau, Milne Bay; Kitava, Trobriand Islands; Tami Island; Sepik River and Watam Village; Jayapura; Banda Neira; Moluccas; Larantuka; and Komodo Island.
The expedition on the 112-guest mega-yacht SeaDream II will include: introduction to Papa New Guinea culture in Alotau in the Milne Bay Province, meeting locals and touring the coast, as travelers will have the option to venture into the jungle to revisit a key World War II site; exploring the Trobriand Islands, one of the most culturally intact destinations in Papa New Guinea; discovering the tiny islands of Tami, comprised of uplifted coral atolls less than a kilometer in length; and visiting the Sepik River, the longest in Papua New Guinea, which is home to the villages of Watam and Kopar along its delta.
The SeaDream II will be sailing a series of 17 voyages in Asia starting October 2013 through April 2014. Itineraries include Myanmar, Thailand, India, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Northern Australia and Malaysia.