Greetings from Norway!
SeaDream is back! The cruise line has worked hard during the pause in operations to make the SeaDream experience even better. The crew took the pause as an opportunity to hone their skills, rejuvenate the yachts, and complete WHO’s official COVID-19 course for hygiene procedures and infection management. Their efforts have resulted in a successful first voyage in Norway.
A Great Success
The measure of SeaDream’s success is the happiness of the cruise line’s guests. Seeing guests enjoying themselves while creating unforgettable memories is the company’s goal. SeaDream has been able to maintain an ambiance of luxury while ensuring the health and safety of guests, crew, and the communities they visit.
Overwhelming demand from guests made the cruise line decide to offer voyages aboard its two luxury yachts.
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.
Water Toys and Summer Fun
The Watersports Marina Platform aboard SeaDream’s yachts are filled with fun choices: Personal Sailboats, Hobie Cat Catamarans, Kayaks, Banana Boat, Tube, Wakeboards & Waterskis, Snorkeling Gear, Floating Island & Trampoline, Stand-up Paddleboards and Wave Runners/Jet Skis. With so many options, summertime fun is guaranteed in an unforgettable experience you can only have onboard SeaDream.
Dream Cuisine in Norway
The backdrop of Norway’s fantastic fjords make the cruise line’s Dream Cuisine even more delightful. The chefs on board are proud to present new recipes they have been working on. Whether it’s a drink at our Top of the Yacht Bar, a freshly squeezed juice prepared a la minute to start the day, or a Michelin-star dinner al fresco, everything just seems to taste better when surrounded by Norway’s majestic landscapes.
Ready to travel?
The Norwegian voyages are currently open to guests visiting from Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and the Faroe Islands. On July 15th, Norway will welcome back travelers from the European Economic Area and the Schengen area, provided their countries meet certain contagion criteria.