After pausing voyages in March, SeaDream Yacht Club has revealed plans to begin sailing in Norway in June 2020. The luxury small ship operator is now accepting reservations for nine new 2020 Norwegian voyages aboard SeaDream I beginning 20 June and running through until September.
As the COVID-19 pandemic developed, SeaDream was able to avoid contamination thanks to stringent sanitation procedures, excellent medical infrastructure on board, and the crew’s professionalism. However, the company decided to pause operations because of travel restrictions. The yachts were repositioned to Lisbon where the crew chose to stay on board have been busy doing maintenance and upgrades.
While SeaDream usually operates in the Caribbean and Mediterranean, the yachts have been to Norway before. But this time they are going further north past the Arctic Circle so that guests can experience the midnight sun, the spectacular Lofoten Fjords and Tromsø.
The newly-announced voyages include two options: a seven-day voyage to Bergen and a 12-day voyage with three days in Lofoten, one of Norway’s premier destinations.
These new Norwegian voyages will be enhanced by an expansive selection of new and exciting Yachting Land Adventures to ensure guests have the opportunity to experience the best each port has to offer with one-of-a-kind adventures.
SeaDream says pricing is “sharply reduced compared to normal prices” for summer sailings.
“It is simply because we have a short time to sell these sailings and we want to reach a wide audience in Norway that we hope will sail with us in the future as well,” the cruise company said on its website.
For more information visit www.seadream.no.