SeaDream to Resume Caribbean Voyages in November
SeaDream Yacht Membership is planning to renew six- to seven-day Caribbean cruises Nov. 7 roundtrip from Barbados to ports in Grenada and St. Vincent & the Grenadines via April 3.
Passengers might want to current a damaging COVID-19 PCR check from inside 72 hours of arrival upon arrival in Barbados. Friends will probably be examined once more by SeaDream groups on the pier earlier than embarking SeaDream I, the corporate mentioned in a webinar presentation Tuesday.
Right now, masks won’t be required on the ship, though they are going to be obtainable on board for individuals who select to put on them.
Passengers will be unable to discover on their very own however might want to take part in organized shore excursions. Watersports will probably be obtainable from the ship’s aft marina deck. The road additionally will proceed to supply its signature Champagne and Caviar Splash seaside get together.
SeaDream has accomplished a profitable quick season in Norway for Scandinavian passengers. The SeaDream I’ll function a 21-night transatlantic voyage departing Oslo on Oct. 15 to Barbados.
Firm executives mentioned the coronavirus state of affairs adjustments each day, and lots of issues could also be amended earlier than crusing resumes.
The SeaDream Caribbean voyages aren’t impacted by the CDC’s no-sail order since they don’t sail in U.S. waters. Plus, ships that carry lower than 250 individuals are exempt; SeaDream’s twin vessels carry a most of 112 friends.
SeaDream President Bob Lepisto mentioned he’s hoping for “such an unbelievable reserving surge” that the SeaDream II will probably be pressed again into service.