Norway Voyages Safety Protocols
Protocols for Upcoming Voyages in Norway
We are thrilled to welcome you back on board as we embark on a series of voyages in Norway. We are working closely with the Norwegian authorities to create the safest environment for our guests. On this page, you will find the Norway-specific protocols and safety information for the upcoming voyages.
Please note that these protocols are subject to change without notice. In addition, the protocols on this page are for our Norway voyages only. To see our most recent SeaDream health and safety protocols, please visit our Health & Safety Protocols page here.
Vaccine & Testing Requirements
For guests who have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to embarkation
You must prove your vaccination status by providing your “COVID Passport,” which can be found at helsenorge.no. No additional testing will be required prior to embarkation.
For vaccinated guests without a “COVID Passport,” a green status vaccine passport or other appropriate document is required to enter Norway. More information on ways to provide proof can be found here. (This page is in Norwegian. If you are a Google Chrome user, you can easily translate this page into your local language or use translate.google.com to translate.)
Partially vaccinated guests, or guests vaccinated less than 14 days prior to embarkation
We will conduct an antigen test before embarkation. We will provide a comfortable place to wait until the test results are completed. Upon receiving a negative result, we will welcome you on the yacht.
Guests who are not vaccinated
Unvaccinated guests will need to provide proof of a negative RT-PCR test taken less than 72 hours prior to embarkation. In addition, SeaDream will conduct an antigen test before embarkation.
Children between 12 and 18 years old
A vaccine is not required. SeaDream will conduct an antigen test before embarkation.
Children under the age of 12
No vaccine or testing requirements
All other protocols listed on our Health & Safety Protocols page remain in effect.