The first Norwegian cruise of SeaDream Yacht Club departed out of Oslo Norway on Saturday, June 20. It has marked the start of the first luxury cruise line in the world to resume sailings since March 2020.
SeaDream had initially planned to sail in Norway with just one superyacht (SeaDream 1) for 9 cruises. After the first voyages started quickly selling out, the company decided to add the sistership SeaDream 2 in order to double capacity and meet the demand.
Due to their size, SeaDream’s superyachts quickly adapt their itineraries in order to comply with government regulations. The company is able to visit exclusive destinations that other cruise ships cannot because of their size. SeaDream Yacht Club chose Norway this summer for the extremely low incidence of Coronavirus. The destinations were chosen by Atle Brynestad (SeaDream’s CEO and Founder).
SeaDream’s almost 1:1 crew-to-passenger ratio and award-winning service allows them to bring a luxurious experience while protecting the health and safety of everyone onboard.
SeaDream’s Signature Service has gained global recognition for almost 20 years. The crew have taken the pause in operations as a chance to hone their skills and rejuvenate the megayachts. They have also completed WHO’s official COVID course for infection management and hygiene procedures.