SeaDream I departed from Oslo and stopped in Rotterdam and Portsmouth before beginning her transatlantic voyage to begin cruises to the Caribbean. The cruise ship will sail out of Barbados and stop in cruise ports that are open to Americans.
The vessel’s first cruise to the Caribbean will depart on November 7. Since the yacht is a small ship, SeaDream can access ports that are more intimate and less traveled. This creates a more memorable luxury experience for those on board.
SeaDream is committed to protecting the health and safety of passengers and crew members. As the first luxury line to resume sailing, SeaDream has been able to provide a safe and healthy environment without sacrificing the signature SeaDream experience their guests love.
The cruise line learned many lessons after completing a successful summer season in Norway, thanks to their stringent sanitation procedures, the professionalism of our crew, and the cooperation of their guests.
The cruise line is taking safety a step further for the Caribbean cruises, strengthening their existing protocols to protect their crew, guests, and the communities they will visit.
SeaDream has been used to setting “firsts” this year, as they were the first luxury cruise line to restart operations in June in Norway. They will also become the first cruise line to start sailing in the Caribbean when cruises from Barbados begin on November 7.