SeaDream introduces a series of 40 winter sailings from Bridgetown, Barbados

   October 20, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

As the first luxury cruise company to resume sailings, SeaDream has been able to provide a healthy and safe environment without sacrificing its upmarket experience.

SeaDream completed a successful summer season in Norway due to the cooperation of guests, stringent sanitation procedures, and professional crew.

Preparing to visit Barbados during the winter season, with a series of 40 sailings, the line is taking the measures a step further, strengthening its existing protocols to protect crew members, passengers, and the communities SeaDream visits alike.

With a small cruise ship size, ultra-personalized service, access to more intimate, less-traveled ports, and emphasis on cleanliness, SeaDream boasts a reduced risk built into its cruise operations. They have invested in equipment, education, as well as methods that will help further ensure safety.

SeaDream uses Bridgetown Barbados as homeport for its Southern Caribbean voyages as well as some Transatlantic crossing itineraries. The Island features UNESCO Sites, beautiful beaches, and history dating back to 1628. The tropical climate with constant warm temperatures is cooled by light trade winds.

SeaDream I cruise ship

The 112-guest SeaDream I called on Portsmouth UK on Monday, October 19, as part of her Transatlantic repositioning to Barbados. The vessel is in the middle of a 21-day crossing to Bridgetown to commence SeaDream's newly-announced Caribbean voyages.