If you’re planning a luxury cruise in Europe, now is the time to take a look at SeaDream Yacht Club. Their mega-yacht is the ultimate way to experience the history, beautiful landscapes and breathtaking waterways of Northern Europe
SeaDream will be visiting this region June through August 2014 on seven to 14-day voyages.
Starting the season from Hamburg, Germany on May 31, 2014, SeaDream I will travel through the Kiel Canal, with stops in Helsinki, Stockholm and St. Petersburg, Russia. While in port, multiple-night stays will allow a thorough exploration of the cities, including sites like the world-famous Hermitage museum, or the renowned Jacobson Ballet School.
One of the perks of the SeaDream I is its versatility- this small ship can dock places larger ships cannot reach, meaning that the charming islands of Saaremaa in Estonia, and Finland’s Aland archipelago are also destination highlights during the voyages.
According to the line, additional voyage highlights include:
- An itinerary featuring three overnights in St. Petersburg, Russia. Land adventures during the stay include a special private opening of the Hermitage museum and a visit to the palace at Peterhof, known as the Versailles of Russia. Enthralling tours of the Neva River and its canals allow an incredible vantage point from which to view St. Petersburg’s renowned architecture.
- Overnights in Hardangerfjord and Sognefjord, Norway. Exploring the majestic Norwegian Fjords up close, visiting hidden coves accessible only by small craft or mega-yacht. Outdoor activities including paddling through fjords in kayaks directly launched from the SeaDream I marina. Guests can also use the yacht’s fleet of mountain bikes or hike trails on secluded and sparsely populated islands in the region.
- Exclusive complimentary land excursion in Oslo to Hadeland Glassworks factory, owned by SeaDream Founder Mr. Atle Brynestad.
This line should be on the “to-do” list for luxury lovers: they feature award-winning dining and 1:1 crew to guest ratio, with a truly luxurious atmosphere.