SeaDream I Kicks Off Summer Season in Northern Europe

seadream iSeaDream Yacht Club’s (www.seadreamyachtclub.com) 112-passenger SeaDream I has entered the Baltic Sea for her summer season, featuring northern European voyages. The first itinerary of the season began from Hamburg, Germany on May 31. Itineraries will call at ports in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Norway, Poland, Russia and Sweden.

“As SeaDream I embarks on her summer season, guests sailing onboard can look forward to visiting founder Atle Brynestad’s hometown of Oslo, overnights in St. Petersburg and more,” said Bob Lepisto, the line's president.  “Limited space remains on these voyages and we encourage travelers new to SeaDream to consider exploring the Baltic by mega-yacht.”

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SeaDream I will sail the secluded ports and popular harbors along the Baltic coast and throughout the Norwegian fjords. Northern Europe highlights include:

  • Three overnights in St. Petersburg, Russia. Guests will have access to land adventures including a private opening of the Hermitage museum and a visit to the palace at Peterhof, unofficially known as the “Versailles of Russia.” Tours of the Neva River and its canals will also be offered.
  • Overnights in Hardangerfjord and Sognefjord, Norway. Guests will explore hidden coves accessible only by small craft or mega-yacht. Outdoor activities will include kayaking directly from the ship's onboard marina, as well as mountain biking and hiking.
  • An exclusive complimentary land excursion in Oslo to Hadeland Glassworks factory, owned by Atle Brynestad.

Fares begin at $3,599 per person, double occupancy.

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