SeaDream Yacht Club said that its first sailings following its
operations pause have sold out.
The small-ship line will begin sailing seven- and 12-day
cruises out of Norway on June 20.
SeaDream opened reservations last week and according to executive
vice president Andreas Brynestad, the first voyage sold out in “a matter of
“The response has been nothing but overwhelming in a good
way and better than we could have ever imagined,” he said. “People are
incredibly hungry for travel and our small yachts/ships are exactly what people
are looking for now.”
SeaDream said that during the pause in operations its ships
repositioned to Lisbon, where they were maintained and given upgrades such as
replacing the teak deck.
SeaDream normally operates in the Caribbean and
Mediterranean. The Norwegian line’s itineraries will take the ships past the
Arctic Circle so that guests can experience the midnight sun, the Lofoten
Fjords, and Tromsoe.