Scandinavia & Northern Europe Discovery

Scandinavia & Northern Europe Discovery

Oslo to Stockholm

Jul 4, 2025 to Jul 11, 2025

7 Days

SeaDream II

22526

Date Ports of Call Arrive Depart
Jul 04, 2025 Oslo,
Norway
2 PM - 4 PM
(Embarkation)
Evening
Jul 05, 2025 Skagen,
Denmark
Morning Afternoon
Jul 06, 2025 Copenhagen,
Denmark
Morning Evening
Jul 07, 2025 Berlin (Warnemünde),
Germany
Morning Late Evening
Jul 08, 2025 Sassnitz, Rügen Island,
Germany
Morning Evening
Jul 09, 2025 Ronne, Bornholm,
Denmark
Morning Afternoon
Jul 10, 2025 Visby, Gotland Island,
Sweden
Afternoon Evening
Jul 11, 2025 Stockholm,
Sweden
Morning 8 AM - 10 AM
(Disembarkation)

Ports

  • Oslo
    Oslo

    Norway is a land steeped in myth, where irascible gods armed with frost and lightning once inspired Viking clans to plunder foreign lands. These days, genteel customs imported from mainland Europe have softened the country’s hard edges, but traces of an unruly past still abound. The exceptional museums dotting the Bygdøy Peninsula hold some of the city’s foremost attractions, including a thousand-year-old longship that was preserved in mud and the 12th-century Gol Stave Church, an exemplar of Norway’s distinctive wood sanctuaries. No less fascinating is a visit to the 1892 Fram, a legendary ship revered for her vital role in early polar explorations. To witness the evolution of Oslo’s soul, contrast battle-hardened Akershus Fortress, a ruggedly elegant citadel wrapped in nearly impregnable ramparts, with the neoclassical Royal Palace, whose formal exterior encloses sumptuously appointed rooms. You might wish to view Edvard Munch’s iconic The Scream, which hangs in the outstanding Norwegian National Gallery amid priceless European and Scandinavian masterworks. In expansive Frogner Park, wander among Gustav Vigeland’s thought-provoking sculptures, and if you’ve worked up an appetite, choose among the many restaurants and cafés lining the charming waterfront district of Aker Brygge.

  • Skagen
    Skagen

    Skagen sits at the northernmost point of Denmark, tucked in a peninsula where the North Sea meets the Baltic Sea. This remote coastal town, settled in 1400s as a fishing village, provides stunning landscapes of white-sand beaches, unwavering grassland, and verdant forest. Notable is its Old Church, which since 1775 has been buried in sand, and the Skagen Museum, holding the impressionist works of the Skagen Painters, who drew inspiration from the area’s abundant natural light. To the south lies Råbjerg Mile, Northern Europe’s most prominent migrating sand dunes.

  • Copenhagen
    Copenhagen

    There’s much to treasure in glorious Copenhagen, one of Europe’s most beautiful capital cities. No visit is complete without indulging your inner child at the Tivoli Gardens, a fantastical amusement park and pleasure garden that melds the atmosphere of 19th-century Europe with recreations of Far East architecture, all amid wonderfully manicured grounds. After paying your respects to the city’s iconic statue of Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid, shop to your heart’s content on Strøget, an elegant lane flanked by sophisticated boutiques housed in graceful buildings. Although its exterior is handsomely austere, the interior rooms of the 18th-century Christiansborg Palace are sure to dazzle you with their extravagant stucco ceilings, brilliant chandeliers and gilded furniture. Fast forward to the 19th century at the spectacular Copenhagen Botanical Garden, where innumerable plant species are showcased in absolutely stunning historical glasshouses. Should you have the stomach for it, take in the entire city from the tower of the Church of our Saviour, which must be reached via vertiginous exterior spiral staircase. No matter how you’ve spent your day, a terrific place to wind down is the quayside Nyhavn district, where colorful historic buildings host an eclectic choice of cafés, bars and restaurants.

  • Berlin (Warnemünde)
    Berlin (Warnemünde)

    Located on the Baltic Sea at the estuary of the Warnow River, the seaside resort of Warnemünde is your gateway to Berlin, Germany’s vibrant capital. Notable for its lively cultural scene, highlights in and around Berlin include the baroque Charlottenburg Palace and 13th-century St. Nicholas Church. The Berlin Wall, built after World War II to divide the city, was torn down in 1989, but monuments such as Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie exist today as notable reminders of the city’s history. Berlin boasts many theaters and museums, including the Pergamon Museum, showcasing a collection of classical antiquities and Hellenistic art, including the famed Greek Altar of Zeus.

  • Sassnitz, Rügen Island
    Sassnitz, Rügen Island

    Rügen is the name of an archipelago of 30 small islands and peninsulas that jut into the Baltic Sea off Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. Germany’s largest island, also known as Rügen, was an Imperial resort. The nostalgic Belle Epoque legacy lingers in its tiny fishing villages, secluded beaches, and pleasant tree-lined avenues. The seaside resort of Sassnitz is your gateway to the nearby Jasmund National Park with its unique chalk cliffs. Enjoy the island’s well-maintained trails or take a bicycle and pedal across the countryside.

  • Ronne, Bornholm
    Ronne, Bornholm

    History lives on the gentle Baltic winds that carry Bornholm. The island’s fortified round churches and archaic ruins are its legacy and strike sharp contrast to the contemporary beach resorts. Akirkeby, at the island’s center, is the largest and oldest town. Founded in 1346, it was a popular medieval spiritual center. Stroll Gudhjelm to admire the colorful seaside town. Wisps from smokehouse chimneys fill the air with the scent of cured herring. At the town’s Oluf Host Museum, many canvases depict local scenes.

  • Visby, Gotland Island
    Visby, Gotland Island

    The Hanseatic walled trading town of Visby on the island of Gotland dates from the Viking Age, formed on a shore with a natural harbor, sheltered by steep cliff formations. This fairytale locale is a UNESCO World Heritage site, known for its well-preserved town wall and medieval fortification and towers. The town’s abundant churches include St. Mary’s Cathedral and the medieval ruins of St. Nicolai and St. Karin.

  • Stockholm
    Stockholm

    An enchanting municipality at the meeting point of Lake Mälaren and the Baltic Sea, the Swedish capital is one of the world’s great maritime cities. Stockholm’s maritime doorstep is a magnificent archipelago of more than 24,000 islands and islets–many just big enough to support a single cottage. As you yacht toward the 13th-century "city that floats on water,” landmarks such as Storkyrkan (Stockholm Cathedral) and Three Crowns Tower come into view. The medieval Gamla Stan district is the historic core of the original Stadsholmen Island settlement.


Suites & Staterooms

*Single Supplement for this voyage is 200% for Yacht Club Deck 2, 3 and 4. For Commodore, Admiral and Owners Suite, a 200% single supplement rate applies.


Government, Port, Document Issuance, Handling & Service fees: $525 per guest (included)


Please Note: Fares are capacity controlled and may change without notice. The fares are per person based on double occupancy. Single and third person rates are also available. SeaDream Yacht Club strongly recommends that all guests purchase travel insurance.


Yachting Land Adventures & Activities

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  • Skagen - Meeting of the Seas by E-bike

    Description

    Hop aboard an E-Bike to cycle to Grenen and discover where the North Sea meets the Baltic Sea.

    Take in Skagen and the surrounding area the Danish way - by e-bike! You will have a chance to see and bike past the highlights of this Danish gem located at the very tip of Denmark. This guided e-bike trip starts at the pier. Put on your helmet, hop on your e-bike, and pedal off to learn all about the Skagen area. Follow the coastal road to Grenen and go to the tip of the Grenen sandbar. A natural phenomenon at Denmark's northernmost point, Grenen is a long sandbar that divides the Skagerrak and Kattegat straits connecting the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. It is possible to walk on this sand bar and put a toe in each sea; one calm and the other choppy. Afterwards you will enjoy a scenic ride back to the yacht, passing the historic bascule lighthouse, once the marker of the entrance into the Danish waters.

    Notes

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures, and some may have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures are subject to change. Final departure times will be published on-board.

    Duration

    2.5 hour(s)

    Price

    179 (USD)

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  • Skagen - Skagen Stroll & Buried Church

    Description

    Immerse yourself in the historic charm of Skagen's picturesque fishing village, on this private guided excursion tracing its roots back to the 13th century. Wander through the bustling harbor, admire the colorful wooden houses, and uncover the buried church of Saint Lawrence, a testament to the village's rich maritime history.

    Visit the small, picturesque fishing village of Skagen, Denmark's northernmost town. Its origins can be traced back to the 13th century. For hundreds of years, the fishing trade alone sustained this small community. With your guide, enjoy a stroll through the bustling fishing harbor. Admire the colorful wooden houses along the waterfront and see the rows of traditional fishing boats bobbing in the water. Continue your walk on a beautiful nature path to a true phenomenon created by nature – the buried church.

    The church, named after Saint Lawrence, the seafarers’ and Skagen’ s patron saint, was probably built in the second half of the 1300s and was at that time the largest church in the region. In the 1500s the sand drift period began, and the sand reached the church at the end of the 1700s. In the end, the congregation had to dig their way into the church. The struggle against the sand drift continued until 1795 when the church was closed by royal decree. Today, only the tower of the ancient church is visible. 

    After your visit to this rare sight, you will venture back towards the city and to the Coastal Museum, or Kystmuseet for a refreshing cup of coffee and Danish pastry. The venue for this refreshment stop is an open air museum, where some of the outside can be seen from the street. This open-air museum depicts the history of Skagen and has a replica of an old house. Enjoy a short break here before starting the return walk through the city back to Skagen Marina, brimming with boutique shops and quaint cafés and restaurants. Enjoy a photo stop before returning to your yacht.

    Notes

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures, and some may have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures are subject to change. Final departure times will be published on-board.

    Duration

    3 hour(s)

    Price

    109 (USD)

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  • Copenhagen - Christiansborg Palace & Tivoli Gardens

    Description

    Embark on a journey through Copenhagen's history at Christiansborg Palace, then immerse yourself in the enchanting Tivoli Gardens, complete with traditional Danish cuisine and captivating attractions.

    Copenhagen is a city of castles and fairytales and on this tour you will get to experience the some of these highlights. Start this tour by meeting your local guide on the pier and board a coach that sets off on a grand tour of the capital city of Denmark. Drive through the city and enjoy a visit of the Christiansborg Palace, seat of the Danish parliament and house of the Queen’s Royal Reception Rooms. The Great Hall offers magnificent settings for state dinners hosted by the Queen, and in this very hall, take a glimpse of the tapestries telling more than 1000-years of Danish and international history. As you walk through the palace, Kings and Queens from yesteryear are gazing down at you. No visit to Christiansborg is complete without visiting the throne room. On the balcony of this room, overlooking Copenhagen, Queen Margrethe II was proclaimed regent of the Danish realm in 1972.

    Next up is a visit to Tivoli - Tivoli Gardens is a famous amusement park and pleasure garden in Copenhagen. The park opened on August 15, 1843 and is one of the oldest amusement parks to survive intact to the present day. From the very start, Tivoli included a variety of attractions: buildings in the exotic style of an imaginary Orient: a theatre, band stands, restaurants and cafés, flower gardens, and mechanical amusement rides such as a merry-go-round and a primitive rollercoaster. Since its opening, the park has had prominent visitors such as the world-famous fairytale author Hans Christian Andersen. The park even has a building named after him called H.C. Andersen castle – today a venue for events and meetings. First stop in Tivoli is a visit to one of the oldest establishments, restaurant Grøften. This restaurant has existed for around 150 years and is an institution in Copenhagen that everyone is familiar with. Enjoy a tasting of traditional Danish food before having some free time to explore the rest of Tivoli with its amazing flower arrangements or enjoy the atmosphere of this magical place. Rejoin with your local guide for a return drive to the Yacht.

    Notes

    Please wear comfortable shoes and weather-appropriate attire. Please note that bags are not permitted inside Christiansborg Palace, except for very small ones. This tour sequence may vary. Inside visit to Christiansborg cannot be accommodated if the queen is using the castle. Rides in Tivoli Garden are not included in this tour but can be purchased directly at Tivoli garden. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures, and some may have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures are subject to change. Final departure times will be published on-board.

    Duration

    4 hour(s)

    Price

    279 (USD)

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  • Copenhagen - Royal Castles of North Zealand

    Description

    Experience a scenic drive from Copenhagen to Helsingør/Elsinore, visiting the legendary Kronborg Castle, the Queen's summer residence in Fredensborg, and the magnificent Frederiksborg Castle along the way.

    Embark on a scenic journey through Northern Zealand, tracing the breathtaking coastal road to explore three of the region's most magnificent castles. Begin in Hillerød at the awe-inspiring Frederiksborg Castle, a stunning example of Danish Renaissance architecture housing the Museum of National History, featuring historic portraits and the world's oldest working organ.
    Continue to Fredensborg, the beloved summer residence of the Queen, known for its baroque style and hosting royal events like the wedding of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary. Indulge in a traditional Danish lunch at a charming 18th-century inn, steeped in history and royal patronage.
    Conclude your tour with a visit to Kronborg Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site immortalized in Shakespeare's "Hamlet." Take in panoramic views from the ramparts and explore ornate interiors, including the chapel and imposing banquet hall, before returning to Copenhagen by coach.

    Notes

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures, and some may have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures are subject to change. Final departure times will be published on-board. Credit cards and Danish Kroner (DKK) are the only accepted forms of payment at Frederiksborg and Kronborg Castle gift shops. Please note, both castles require navigating approximately 100 stairs and walking on cobblestone roads, making this tour unsuitable for passengers with wheelchairs or walking difficulties.

    Duration

    8 hour(s)

    Price

    479 (USD)

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  • Berlin (Warnemünde) - Berlin’s Wall of Fame & Top Highlights with Beer Garden Lunch

    Description

    Discover Berlin's iconic "wall sights" on this comprehensive tour, visiting Niederkirchener Strasse, East Side Gallery, Bernauer Strasse, Checkpoint Charlie, and the Brandenburg Gate. Explore other city highlights such as Berlin Cathedral, the Reichstag, Victory Column, and the poignant Holocaust Memorial. Includes a traditional German pub-style lunch to complete your experience.

    Depart the yacht on an exclusive journey from Warnemuende to Berlin, enjoying a 3-hour drive with general information and refreshments provided along the way. Upon arrival in Berlin's you will see the iconic "Wall of Fame" starting at Niederkirchenerstrasse, once the nerve center of the Gestapo and now home to the Topography of Terror exhibition. Marvel at the East Side Gallery, a 1.3 km stretch adorned with 105 vibrant murals, symbolizing freedom and unity.

    At Checkpoint Charlie, immerse yourself in Cold War history and experience the lively atmosphere of Friedrichstrasse. Visit Bernauer Strasse to see a preserved segment of the Berlin Wall and learn about daring escapes from East to West. No tour is complete without the iconic Brandenburg Gate, a symbol of Berlin's resilience and unity. Your guide will also showcase Berlin Cathedral, Reichstag, Victory Column, Alexanderplatz, and the poignant Holocaust Memorial, each offering unique insights into the city's rich history and culture.

    Savor a traditional German pub-style lunch in central Berlin and enjoy leisure time for souvenir shopping or further exploration of the city's hidden gems. Conclude your enriching day with a return coach journey to Warnemuende, reflecting on the contrasts and history of Germany's vibrant capital.

    Notes

    Please note not all shops/restaurants accept credit cards; if they do, Visa and MasterCard are commonly accepted. Restaurant toilets are usually free, but expect to pay around €0.50 for public facilities, which may require local coins. Tour order may vary. Due to existing COVID-19 regulations, itinerary changes including group size adjustments or closures may occur with short notice, and while we aim to stay updated, unforeseen circumstances may limit alternatives or recourse. Please wear comfortable shoes and layered clothing for changing weather.

    This Yachting Land Adventure needs to be booked prior to 48 hours (2 days) of arrival at the port to ensure its operation. Cancellations after the 48-hour deadline are non-refundable. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures, and some may have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final departure times will be published on-board.

    Duration

    12 hour(s)

    Price

    599 (USD)

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  • Berlin (Warnemünde) - Rostock’s Old Town Tour & Tastings

    Description

    Travel aboard a vintage tram for a narrated ride into Rostock. Explore iconic sites including the university, the 15th-century Town Hall, Kroepeliner Gate, and St. Mary’s Church with its Astronomical Clock, featuring an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at its intricate mechanism. Enjoy free time, taste the local Schnapps, and return to Warnemuende on a scenic river cruise with refreshments.

    In Warnemunde, you will step back in time and depart on a short coach transfer to board an authentic vintage tram for a delightful 25-minute journey into Rostock's city center, once the bustling hub of its transportation system.

    Embark on a captivating, guided walk through Mecklenburg Vorpommern’s largest city. Begin at the prestigious University of Rostock, founded in 1419 and renowned for its striking Italian Renaissance architecture. Wander through the charming Kroepeliner Strasse and Am Neuen Markt, vibrant streets brimming with post-reunification energy and historic charm, despite extensive World War II destruction. Marvel at the iconic pink Town Hall, showcasing a Gothic facade adorned with seven turrets and an 18th-century Baroque addition.

    Nearby, discover the grandeur of St. Mary’s Church, a masterpiece of red brick Gothic architecture dating back to 1398. Inside St. Mary’s Church, immerse yourself in its rich cultural heritage with an exclusive visit to the tower, where the fascinating 1472 Astronomical Clock awaits. Gain insights into its intricate mechanism and historical significance.

    Afterward, enjoy leisure time for personal exploration or shopping before indulging in a taste of the local Schnapps at a traditional pub. Conclude your enriching day with a leisurely walk to the riverside jetty, where you’ll embark on a scenic Warnow River cruise back to Warnemuende. Savor refreshments onboard, choosing from a local German beer or a sparkling "Champagne" to complement your journey through Rostock’s storied past and vibrant present.

    Notes

    Due to the considerable amount of walking, we do not recommend this tour to passengers with walking difficulties. The tram is chartered exclusively for our guests, however note the return is by a public boat, rather than private. Access to the church tower involves climbing 210 steps and the tour sequence may vary.

    Please note not all shops/restaurants accept credit cards; if they do, Visa and MasterCard are commonly accepted. Restaurant toilets are usually free, but expect to pay around €0.50 for public facilities, which may require local coins. Tour order may vary. Due to existing COVID-19 regulations, itinerary changes including group size adjustments or closures may occur with short notice, and while we aim to stay updated, unforeseen circumstances may limit alternatives or recourse. Please wear comfortable shoes and layered clothing for changing weather.

    This Yachting Land Adventure needs to be booked prior to 48 hours (2 days) of arrival at the port to ensure its operation. Cancellations after the 48-hour deadline are non-refundable. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures, and some may have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures program are subject to change. Final departure times will be published on-board.

    Duration

    4.45 hour(s)

    Price

    349 (USD)

    Pre-Book Land Adventure
  • Ronne, Bornholm - Ronne Stroll

    Description

    Explore Rønne's rich history from Viking origins to WWII "bomb-houses" and 18th-century architecture. Visit Skt. Nikolaj Church, Store Torv, and Erichsens Gaard museum on a guided stroll through charming cobblestone streets.

    The origins of the city of Rønne can be traced back to the Viking Age when people first settled around the natural harbor. However, it did not evolve into a proper town until the 1300’s when the town first gained market town rights from the crown. Your knowledgeable local guide will meet you at the pier and escort you into town where you will explore the secrets and charms of this quaint Baltic town.

    The town boasts many exceptionally fine half-timbered houses from the 18th and 19th centuries. In between them you will find the so-called “bomb-houses” – brick houses built to replace those that were bombed by the Russian Air Force in May 1945 after the Germans refused to surrender to the Red Army. To help the rebuilding of Rønne and other towns on the island, Sweden donated 300 wooden houses – most of which still are used today as homes.
    Walk through the winding cobblestone streets with your knowledgeable local guide and enjoy the quaint and tranquil atmosphere of Rønne. Along the way you will pass the oldest church in town, the Skt. Nikolaj Church, and Store Torv, the central square – the former military parade grounds. See the oldest, still active, provincial theatre in Denmark from 1823 and many other notable landmarks. Your walk will also include a visit to Erichsens Gaard - a cultural-historical museum housed in one of the best kept commoners’ houses in Rønne from 1806. Step back in time as you stroll through the immaculately kept historical rooms and sprawling garden. Take a seat and enjoy a well-deserved refreshment, before continuing.
    At the conclusion of the tour, you are free to return to your ship or remain downtown (time permitting) for further independent exploration.

    Notes

    A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures, and some may have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures are subject to change. Final departure times will be published on-board.

    Duration

    3.5 hour(s)

    Price

    129 (USD)

    Pre-Book Land Adventure
  • Ronne, Bornholm - Scenic Bornholm Countryside

    Description

    Explore the picturesque farmlands and coastal beauty of Bornholm. Visit the historic Hammershus fortress, the interactive Melstedgaard Agricultural Museum, and the unique Oesterlars Roundchurch.

    Bornholm is a picturesque Tiny Baltic Island belonging to Denmark and on this scenic tour through the picturesque farmlands will showcase the highlights. Travelling by coach you will enjoy the scenery of the coastline enroute to Hammerhus, a historic fortress on the northern tip of Bornholm. It is the largest castle ruins in Northern Europe.

    The oldest part was built in the early 12th century to consolidate the power over the island held by the Archbishop of Lund obtained through an agreement with the Danish King, Svend Grathe. For the next 500 years Hammershus was the castle for the various rulers of the island. Hammershus was rebuilt and expanded on several occasions. In 1743 Hammershus was finally abandoned as a stronghold. Visit the new visitors center as well as the ruins and be prepared for a surprise along the way.

    The next stop is at Melstedgaard Agricultural Museum. The museum used to be a farm and has been there since the 17th century and now replicates old-fashioned farming and food culture from Bornholm. In 2015 the museum opened a new attraction; “Gaarden – Food culture”, which is an interactive attraction where you can meet the farm animals and experience historic activities. Here you will learn about Bornholm as a culinary island and Melstedgaard as a self-sufficient farm.

    Enjoy a refreshment and a look through “Skafferiet”, one of the shops on Bornholm that distributes the goods from the Bornholm food producers along with other delights. After this visit continue across the island through Almindingen – one of the largest forest areas in Denmark for the goal – Oesterlars Roundchurch– one of the four round churches to be found on Bornholm (where you will find half the total number of round churches in Denmark).

    Notes

    Tour sequence may vary and the church visit may not be possible if religious services is taking place. A minimum participation is required to operate all Yachting Land Adventures, and some may have limited capacity. All adventures in the SeaDream Yachting Land Adventures are subject to change. Final departure times will be published on-board.

    Duration

    4.5 hour(s)

    Price

    269 (USD)

    Pre-Book Land Adventure

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