SeaDream profits from pent-up demand

SeaDream profits from pent-up demand

The luxury small ship company has reported its best first-week bookings following the announcement of its 2025 summer season

SeaDream Yacht Club has reported its best first-week bookings following the announcement of its 2025 summer season in Scandinavia and Northern Europe.

The family-owned luxury small ship line has attributed the success to ongoing pent-up demand for future travel and the new itineraries that visit ports and fjords that only smaller vessels can reach.

“Travellers continue to gain confidence in booking a future voyage, especially for small, luxurious vessels such as SeaDream I and SeaDream II,” said Andreas Brynestad of SeaDream Yacht Club.

“SeaDream’s modernised yachts; the distinctive destinations where we go, and larger ships cannot; and the support of our valued travel partners helped make our new season launch a success.

“We look forward to welcoming our loyal guests and new-to-SeaDream guests aboard for a most memorable and luxurious yachting experience.”

SeaDream II’s 2025 season comprises 14 voyages, ranging from seven to 11 nights, with calls at 46 ports in 12 countries throughout Scandinavia and Northern Europe.

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