Baja Blast | San Diego – Cabo San Lucas

Nov 22 - Dec 5 | $4300 TRIP IS FINISHED ...

Galapagos Glide | Cabo San Lucas – Galapagos

Jan 20 - Feb 11 | $6950 TRIP IS FINISHED ...

Panama Passage | Galapagos – Panama

Feb 18 - Feb 28 | $4300 TRIP IS FULL ...

Canal Crossing | Panama City – Colon

Feb 28 - Mar 7 | $2950 TRIP IS FULL ...

Cayman Cruise | Panama – Cayman – Key West

Mar 7 - Mar 22 | $4950 Only 2 Berths ...

Bermuda Bound | Key West – Bermuda

May 5 - May 18 | $4950 Only 6 Berths ...

Icy Interests | Newfoundland – Greenland

Jun 23 - Jul 14 | $5950 Only 8 Berths ...

Reykjavik Run | Greenland – Iceland

Jul 14 - Aug 4 | $5950 Only 4 Berths ...

Sailing South | Iceland – UK

Aug 18 - Sept 8 | $5950 Only 10 Berths ...

What our Guests Say About Sailing with Us:




This trip far exceeded any expectation I had. It was an amazing week hosted by amazing people. I had never sailed before so had absolutely no knowledge of how a sailboat worked but with the crew of Sea Dragon that did not matter. Shanley, Eric, and Meret patiently instructed everyone, regardless of skill level, how to work safely and were always close by to step in and help if necessary. I was not afraid to ask any question even if I had already asked it. The meals these guys cooked are some of the best I have ever had and that includes any 5 Star resort I have stayed at. They were sensitive to any food issues and made sure all aboard followed procedures so cross contamination did not occur. Due to the friendly, easy manner that these guys have, this trip felt like a week on a friend’s sailboat. I highly recommend a sail on Sea Dragon to anyone, I hope to be back next year.
– Bev C.


2024 Expeditions

In 2024, Sea Dragon will explore the southern reaches of the North Pacific, meandering through the Caribbean Sea, sailing onward into the North Atlantic, and for our final excursions, reaching the Labrador Sea crossing over into the Arctic Circle! We start in January, departing Cabo San Lucas, heading the the Galapagos Islands. From there we’ll head to Panama, completing a canal crossing. After Panama, we set sail to Key West, cruising the Caribbean Sea and making a stopover on Cayman Island. Once arrived in Key West, we turn our direction to Bermuda for our last tropical stop of the season. From Bermuda, it’ll be back up the coast of the North Atlantic to Newfoundland with a stop on the unique French island of St. Pierre. From Newfoundland we round out the 2024 season with many icy locations of interest above the Arctic Circle, sailing in the midnight sun among icebergs and whales, sailing to Greenland, Iceland, and Falmouth. Our 2024 voyages are focused on adventure, exploring off the beaten path, blue water sailing, learning, and overall experience – although, as always, our ecological mindset will be incorporated into all our trips.

Our Crew

In the 23-24 season we’ll be rotating some amazing teams of crew through the boat – it’s going to be an all-star roster of folks we have worked with before, that we trust.  We’ll list them on each individual trip page, as we’ll be swapping out crew every few months so everyone stays fresh.

Sea Dragon

Sea Dragon is an extremely tough 72ft steel yacht that has circumnavigated the world twice – going upwind – or in sailing terms “the wrong direction”. She is designed to keep amateur crew safe in the roughest of conditions for months at a time, and is a great platform to learn on. While no boat is truly comfortable going upwind, Sea Dragon was built for it, and is the most comfortable boat going to windward in a gale that we’ve ever been aboard.

The Experience

Sea Dragon is a working expedition vessel and we aim to enable everyone on board to fully participate in all aspects of our voyages – from helming to sail changes, swimming to socializing, cooking and cleaning. We provide a hands-on and immersive environment for learning, adventure and connecting with your fellow voyagers. Our cuisine is delicious and hearty vegetarian food, and we’re excited to share recipes with you. When we’re at sea, we eat lunch and dinner as a group, this means we can all connect, sharing stories and plans for the day. Breakfast is an individual affair, powered by freshly ground coffee or loose leaf tea. Each crew member gets their own bunk (they may be simple but are extremely comfortable), and storage cubby in a shared cabin. While we’re at sea, we expect everyone to stand watch for 3 hours out of every 9, then have 6 hours of free time to sleep, read, chat, or just watch the ocean. On anchor or in port things are a bit different depending on where we are but we can always guarantee some adventure – whether we provide opportunities to snorkel, hike, or explore ashore around scheduled meals.

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