What’s New at Seadog Travels?

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As Seadog Travels heads into the holiday season and end of the year, the company has been busy expanding its travel opportunities for you. Developing a startup company from nothing is both exhilarating and frightening as the challengess are ever-present. It’s a mix of focusing on today while also looking to the future. Keeping an eye on travel trends while also staying true to our vision and mission. Working to be a different, better, and inspirational type of organization.

Our latest efforts are focusing on U.S. and Caribbean travel experiences. By early 2023, we will be adding New Orleans, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Jamaica to our list of destinations that offer hosted, group travel experiences. That will increase our group travel experiences to eight destinations, which include Maine, the Florida Keys, San Diego, St. Lucia, and Inagua in the southern Bahamas. We are staying true to our focus by highlighting both tropical island and coastal destinations in our travel portfolio.

Cruz Bay, St. John, United States Virgin Islands at dusk.

Let’s not forget our very first tall ship sailing experience in early 2024. We’re promoting our pirate sail in The Bahamas. Learn what it was like to be a real pirate in the 17th Century while sipping on a cool drink and exploring a different island every day. While our initial sailing adventures will be charters, we keep our eyes on the day when we will own and operate our own small fleet of tall ships for experiences you won’t find anywhere else!

In addition, we are beginning to promote our specialization in group travel to the destination wedding, honeymoon, reunion, and business meeting markets. Our goal is to provide groups with truly unique, memorable, and life-enhancing experiences that give new, positive perspectives on the ocean and world. With that in mind, we will soon be working with Sandals and Beaches.com to promote group travel to even more Caribbean destinations. We’ll announce that partnership when it is ready in the coming weeks.

Finally, as we like to say, it takes a crew to sail a ship. We hope you will become an early part of our crew and consider joining our crowdfunding campaign at WeFunder. We have been meticulously laying the keel of our ship and we are searching for the support to complete her construction. We’re in this business because we love the ocean, we love travel, we love adventure, and we want to help people experience and appreciate the oceans. Contact us anytime about becoming a part of the crew, we’d love to have you aboard!

Published by Paul Hardersen

I am the CEO of a startup nautically-focused travel company, former associate professor and research scientist, traveler, lobster lover, and now doing what I can to help preserve the planet for future generations. The ocean is the key.

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