After pausing operations in March, SeaDream Yacht Club announced plans to begin sailing in Norway this month and is accepting reservations for 9x new Norwegian cruises planned for 2020.
The new itineraries (June through September) pass the Arctic Circle so passengers will be able to experience the midnight sun, Lofoten Islands fjords and Tromso.
As the pandemic developed, the company decided to suspend operations due to travel restrictions. Both SeaDream ships (superyachts) were repositioned to Port Lisbon Portugal where their crew remained on board and doing maintenance works.
The newly-announced sailings include two options - 7-day itinerary to Bergen and 12-day itinerary with 3 days in the Lofoten Archipelago.
Itinerary highlights include:
- Bergen, “the Heart of the Fjords”. Two 7-day sailings embark in Bergen and disembark in Oslo. A 3rd voyage embarks in Oslo and disembarking in Bergen. All 6 of the 12-day cruises offer opportunities to explore Bergen’s cobblestone alleys, houses on hillsides, and renowned gastronomy.
- Olden at the mouth of the Oldeelva river, Norway’s gateway to the glaciers.
- Ålesund with scenic landscapes and Art Nouveau architecture, stretching across several islands in the Atlantic. The destination is included in all 9 of SeaDream’s Norwegian itineraries.
- Lofoten Islands, draped across the Norwegian Sea, above the Arctic Circle. Passengers onboard the 12-day cruises will enjoy 3 days in Lofoten with unforgettable views of mountains, fjords, and surf-swept beaches.
Additional new ports of call in the new itineraries include Tromso, Flam, Geiranger, Rosendal, Rorvik, and Skagen.
The new Norwegian voyages will be enhanced by a selection of new Yachting Land Adventures to ensure passengers have the chance to experience the best each port of call has to offer.