SEADREAM Yacht Club has begun a unique new season in Northern Europe over the coming northern summer, with sailings that will include Russia’s St Petersburg and the opportunity there to visit the Hermitage Museum as well as the Jacobson Ballet School and countless other priceless city attractions during two-night stays.
Other itineraries will feature smaller medieval cities across the Baltic with their picturesque “old towns” and ancient waterfronts in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Norway, Poland and Sweden – many of which large cruise ships simply cannot get into, and which greet the 112-guest SeaDream I with family-like enthusiasm.
SeaDream’s prices include all 5-star dining, wines with lunch and dinner, bar drinks, power and sail water-sports (where permitted,) use of a 30 championship course golf simulator, a state of the art fitness centre, mountain bikes for shore excursions, gratuities and port charges and taxes.
A 10-day sailing on August 6th from Copenhagen to Dover visiting Skagen in Denmark, ten ports, islands and fjords in Norway, and Harligen in the Netherlands, is priced from US$6949pp twin-share. For full details see travel agents or visit www.seadream.com
For full details see travel agents or visit www.seadream.com
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Guests will also get up-close with the majestic Norwegian Fjords on some sailings, and in Oslo in Norway be offered a complimentary excursion to the famed Hadeland Glassworks factory, founded in 1762 and today the largest glass and porcelain maker in Scandinavia – and now owned by SeaDream Yacht Club’s founder, Atle Brynestad.
|For bookings and further details, see SeaDream specialist Cruise Express|