SeaDream resumes operations as it sails from Oslo

SeaDream resumes operations as it sails from Oslo

SeaDream Yacht Club’s sailed from Oslo this week, becoming one of the first ocean-going cruise lines to resume departures.
“Our preparation has paid off as we are able to maintain the experience of luxury on board while ensuring everyone’s health, comfort and safety,” EVP Andreas Brynestad said. “Everyone around the world has been affected by the health crisis. This historic moment feels like good news not just to our team, but our industry as a whole.”

SeaDream had reportedly planned to sail with one ship, SeaDream I, in Norway for nine voyages but, due to high demand, added SeaDream II, taking the total number of departures to 21.

SeaDream I is sailing to the Lofoten Islands in 12-day cruise between Oslo and Tromsø, while SeaDream II is sailing seven-day itineraries between Oslo and Bergen. Both ships visit Ålesund, Flåm and Olden as well as Skagen, Denmark

Crew on board the 112-guest ship recently completed the World Health Organization’s official Covid-19 course for hygiene routines and infection management.

Guests and crew observe social distancing and have to pass health checks before boarding.


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