SeaDream Yacht Club has responded to “unprecedented demand” by enhancing its presence in Norway for summer 2026.
The number of cruises is being doubled after 2025 sailings sold out more than two years in advance.
The small ship luxury line will deploy newly upgraded SeaDream II in Norwegian waters in 2025 and 2026.
The 2026 programme includes six extended 11-day voyages between Oslo and Tromso and seven-day fjords sailings.
Several late-evening departures are included in an itinerary covering Rosendal, Vik, Alesund, Kalvag, Vik, Olden and Maloy plus Skagen in Denmark.
SeaDream II’s 2026 European season starts with an eight-day Portugal, Spain and France cruise from Lisbon to Bordeaux followed by a 12-night itinerary including a transit of the Kiel Canal to Oslo.
SeaDream founder, owner and chair Atle Brynestad said: “The demand for 2025 surpassed our wildest imaginations. We are thrilled to return in 2026 with even more ways to experience the unparalleled beauty of Norway.
“We have carefully hand-picked some of the most breath-taking, inspiring and unique destinations in the Northern Hemisphere and curated them to capture the essence of Norway.
“This is a perfect destination for small-ship experiences and there is simply no better way to enjoy the true beauty of Norway than by yachting.
“This is our home ground and we take great pride in inviting our guests to explore Norway with us. With our small-ship approach, we aim to lead by example in promoting a distinct, more sustainable alternative to mass-tourism that benefit both our guests and the destinations we visit,” said Brynestad, who was personally involved in creating the itineraries.