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SeaDream has limited space on Northern Europe cruises

SeaDream has limited space on Northern Europe cruises
SeaDream Yacht Club’s 112-passenger SeaDream I entered the Baltic Sea on Monday, beginning a season of voyages showcasing Northern Europe. The cruise originated at Hamburg on Saturday as the vessel embarked on a journey through the Kiel Canal headed for Helsinki, Stockholm and St. Petersburg.

Limited space remains on seasonal sailings, priced starting at $3,599 per person, double occupancy, for itineraries including Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Norway, Poland, Russia and Sweden.

SeaDream I is able to dock in locations larger ships cannot reach including Estonia's Saaremaa islands and Finland’s Åland archipelago.

SeaDream president Bob Lepisto listed highlights including visiting company founder Atle Brynestad’s hometown of Oslo, where passengers get a complimentary excursion to his Hadeland glass factory, and overnights in St. Petersburg.

Three overnights are provided in the Russian city, where passengers can visit the Hermitage in a special private opening and the palace at Peterhof, often called 'the Versailles of Russia.' Tours of the Neva River and its canals will also be available.

Overnights in Hardangerfjord and Sognefjord, Norway, provide opportunities for kayaking directly from the SeaDream I marina and mountain biking and hiking on secluded and sparsely populated islands.