Miami, FL – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle Magazine
SeaDream Yacht Club, operator of the twin, ultra-luxury, mega yacht cruisers SeaDream I and II, will offer guests on its October and November, transatlantic west bound voyages a high-profile speakers’ program as a bonus to the joys of blue water sailing.
The transatlantic sailings from Europe to the Caribbean are: SeaDream I, Voyage#11041, Malaga-San Juan, 12 days, October 14-26, 2010. Speakers for this voyage are:
Colonel Walter Cunningham-Colonel Cunningham has enjoyed distinguished careers in the U.S. Marine Corps, as an astronaut with NASA and in private industry, including 12 years as a venture capitalist. He is best known as the pilot of Apollo VII, the first manned flight of that program to land a man on the moon. Following that mission in 1968 he became chief of the Skylab Astronauts where he was responsible for the design, development sand integration of systems for the largest spacecraft–manned or unmanned–ever placed in orbit up to that time.
Brian Beck—.Maritime historian Brian Beck is a chartered engineer with more than 30 years experience. After an early career as a marine engineer in the British Merchant Navy, he gained extensive management experience with a major European manufacturing, electrical engineering corporation as CEO of its UK companies. An expert in maritime history, Brian Beck has been a top lecturer on the subject for many years.
SeaDream II, Voyage #21042, Lisbon-San Juan, 11 days, November 10-21, 2010
Dr. Fred Chernow–A retired professor of psychology from St. John’s University in New York; Dr. Chernow has long been a seminar leader in the fascinating field of memory improvement. He has presented memory enhancement programs to major Fortune 500 companies. His techniques are easy learned and can be put to use immediately. When not lecturing at sea, he appears on countless radio and TV talk shows demonstrating his user-friendly memory tips and strategies.
Jon Bowermaster–A six-time grantee of the National GeographicExpeditions Council and award-winning writer and filmmaker, Jon Bowermaster hasmade sea kayak expeditions in the past ten years from the Aleutian Islands to Vietnam, French Polynesia to Chile/Argentina/Bolivia, Gabon to Croatia and Tasmania to Antarctica. Seeing the world from the seat of a kayak has given Jon Bowermaster a one-of-a-kind look at both the health of the planet’s oceans and the lives of the nearly three billion people around the globe who depend on them.