After announcing 9 new Norwegian cruises in June 2020, SeaDream Yacht Collection had to adapt to meet the high demand. The small company was initially planning on sailing to Norway with one cruise ship, SeaDream I.
After seeing the response in the country, SeaDream decided to add voyages on SeaDream II to meet demand. There are currently 21 scheduled sailings for SeaDream in Norway.
SeaDream 1 is due to sail past the Arctic Circle to the Lofoten Islands in 12-day trips embarking and disembarking in Tromso and Oslo.
SeaDream 2 will offer 7-day sailings embarking and disembarking in Bergen and Oslo. Both voyages include calls in Alesund, Flam, and Olden.
On June 27, both vessels will sail together from Oslo, Norway to Skagen Denmark.
With a 1:1 crew to passenger ratio, small ships, and medical facilities on each, SeaDream has been setting the highest cleanliness and safety standards for almost 20 years. Its crew recently completed WHO’s official COVID course for infection management and hygiene routines.
Due to current restrictions, non-Norwegian passengers may be required to self-quarantine prior to boarding. SeaDream continues to monitor travel restrictions and looks forward to serving passengers worldwide as countries begin to open to travel again.