SeaDream Yacht Club is to resume some sailings in just a few weeks, with the focus being on some of the most stunning ports in Norway and they are available to book right now and will sail through until September.
The newly announced voyages include two options: a 7-day voyage to Bergen and a 12-day voyage with 3 days in Lofoten, one of Norway’s premier destinations. SeaDream’s voyages are unlike any other luxury travel experience. With an onboard lifestyle that exemplifies casual yachting, SeaDream sails 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.
Norwegian itinerary highlights include:
Bergen – Known to Norwegians as “the Heart of the Fjords”, Bergen is the second-largest city in Norway. Two 7-day voyages will embark in Bergen and disembark in Oslo, with a third voyage embarking in Oslo and disembarking in Bergen. Additionally, all six of the 12-day voyages will offer opportunities to explore Bergen’s houses on hillsides, cobblestone alleys, and world-renowned gastronomy.
Olden – A small village located at the mouth of the Oldeelva river, Olden is Norway’s gateway to the glaciers. SeaDream guests will have the opportunity to explore its steep mountains and roaring waterfalls as well as many historic sites on all nine voyages.
Ålesund – SeaDream guests will delight in the Art Nouveau architecture and scenic landscapes of this town which stretches across several islands in the Atlantic Ocean. This destination is included in all nine of SeaDream’s new Norwegian itineraries.
Lofoten – A long-beloved summer destination for Norwegians, the Lofoten Islands are draped across the Norwegian Sea, far above the Arctic Circle. SeaDream guests onboard the 12-day voyages will enjoy 3 days in Lofoten filled with unforgettable views of majestic mountains, breath-taking fjords, and surf-swept beaches while basking in up to 24 hours of sunlight per day.
Additional new ports in the new itineraries include Geiranger, Flam, Rosendal, Skagen, Rorvk, and Tromso.
SeaDream’s yachts were repositioned to Lisbon when travel restrictions came into place and her crew have been working hard to ensure everything is ship-shape for when guests return. The installation of a basketball hoop by the pool deck, yoga, and other activities have kept the crew busy and active. The Chefs have spent the time coming up with new dishes, and the deck crew has painted, replaced teak deck, and other maintenance tasks without inconveniencing guests onboard.
This is fantastic news for the cruise industry and SeaDream are one of the first lines to kickstart cruising. I’m genuinely excited to see our ships once again back where there should be and showing people how incredible our world really is.