Less than a year after becoming CEO of two-ship SeaDream Yacht Club, Pamela Conover has resigned from the job.
The company, headquartered in Miami and Oslo, Norway, made the announcement Tuesday. The resignation, which a spokesman said was Conover’s decision, is effective Dec. 4.
“This follows the consolidation of the organization and decision making in Norway,” according to a statement from SeaDream.
The chairman and owner of the small line, Atle Brynestad, will return to the CEO role, which he held from 2009 until Conover started in January. She will work with Brynestad to hand over her duties for the next month.
“Atle Brynestad stated that he respects her decision to leave and thanked her for her contributions to SeaDream,” the statement said.
No information was available about what Conover, 57, will do next. She was president and CEO of Seabourn, part of Carnival Corp., from 2006-2011. She stayed on as the luxury line’s brand ambassador after its headquarters moved to Seattle and Rick Meadows was named president. Conover also served as president of Cunard Line and held several positions at the parent company.