SeaDream Yacht Club brings second ship to Norway

After announcing nine new Norwegian voyages, SeaDream is adding a second ship to meet overwhelmingly high demand. There are now 21 scheduled voyages for SeaDream in Norway. 

Earlier this month SeaDream announced a series of voyages in Norway. This summer SeaDream would be chasing the midnight sun across spectacular landscapes featuring fjords, mountains, waterfalls and glaciers. Overwhelming demand from guests has made the cruise line decide to extend its offering with voyages aboard SeaDream II.

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. 

With small ships, a 1:1 crew to guest ratio and medical facilities on each ship, SeaDream is perfectly positioned to sail safely without sacrificing luxury. For almost 20 years, SeaDream has been setting the highest standards when it comes to cleanliness and safety. Recently, the crew has completed WHO’s official COVID-19 course for hygiene routines and infection management. Guests and crew will observe social distancing and pass health checks before boarding. SeaDream offers a safe and luxurious travel option with spectacular destinations, award-winning service, and a unique yacht-lifestyle onboard.

The SeaDream experience is known for its personalized, award-winning service, 5-star cuisine, intimate ports and exceptional onboard features such as the Balinese Dream Beds to sleep under the stars and the Watersports Marina complete with water toys for the perfect yachting vacation.

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