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November 19, 2020 Cruise No Comments Email Email

After its recent COVID-19 positive tests on seven guests and 2 crew on board SeaDream I in the Caribbean, SeaDream Yacht Club has announced that it is cancelling all its sailings for the rest of 2020 .

SeaDream Yacht Club said in a statement, “Multiple negative PCR tests were required before the guests boarded, but this was not sufficient to prevent COVID-19,” adding, “SeaDream successfully operated more than 20 sailings during the pandemic without any cases and further improvements were made to protocols before the Barbados season,” adding, “The company will now spend time to evaluate and see if it is possible to operate and have a high degree of certainty of not getting COVID.”

While it appears the vessel had several media on board intended to report positively about SeaDream, which they did as far as they could commending SeaDream on their vessel and product, but they also reported that it may be that the non-wearing of masks in the first few days of the itinerary may have been an error of judgement and very unfortunate for SeaDream Yacht Club, which is an excellent operator and product, which I look forward to experiencing again soon, along I am sure with their very high levels of repeat guests.

A report by John Alwyn-Jones

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