It’s an exciting time at SeaDream, a different time, but an exciting one. With both yachts now scheduled to commence a brand-new programme of voyages in Norwegian waters this summer and unprecedented demand for these voyages, the buzz and anticipation within the SeaDream family is palpable.
SeaDream, like all cruise lines, paused operations as travel restrictions took effect globally in March, but our yachts were kept crewed and remained ready to return to service as soon as we deemed it safe and possible. During this time our wonderful crew kept busy through maintenance and upgrades. They painted and replaced teak deck, came up with new dishes for returning guests and even installed a basketball hoop! And then, before too long, the spectacular summer backdrop and sights of Norway beckoned.
With the agility of a crew still in position (and genuinely missing our guests) combined with the experience of planning at short notice, the new season was created and SeaDream was perfectly positioned to sail safely, without needing to sacrifice the luxury, casual elegance and gourmet dining that makes us so special.
SeaDream will sail from 20th June to some of the region’s smallest ports and harbours, affording guests the opportunity to feel as if they are on their own private escape. We are excited to be back doing what we do best – bringing our signature SeaDream service to our loyal guests and as one of our team remarked, “We don’t need to talk about coming back, we are back!”
SeaDream I is scheduled to sail past the Arctic Circle to the coveted Lofoten Islands in 12-day voyages embarking and disembarking in Oslo and Tromsø. SeaDream II will sail 7-day voyages embarking and disembarking in Oslo and Bergen. Both voyages will include stops in Ålesund, Flåm, and Olden. On June 27, both ships will sail together from Oslo to Skagen, Denmark.