Seabourn Fleet Offers Unparalleled Experiences With Itineraries To Must-See Destinations For Fall 2020 Through Spring 2021
Seabourn is offering travelers extraordinary worldwide itineraries scheduled from fall 2020 through spring 2021. The programming includes more than 60 unique sailings to hidden harbors, marquee ports, must-experience destinations, and some accessible only by smaller ships.
Guests joining one of the voyages will visit at the ideal time, enjoying peak season weather, a wealth of experiences and will feel right at home with exceptional personalized and intuitive service, generous amenities, and all-inclusive unique experiences aboard the fleet of ultra-luxury Seabourn resorts at sea.
The three seasons from fall 2020 through spring 2021 will offer abundant opportunities for luxury travelers to see and explore new sights and exotic cultures. With voyages ranging from seven to 140 days, the line’s award-winning ships will visit exotic destinations on all seven continents.
“Each year, we’re busy leveraging our 30 plus years of experience to design enticing itineraries, layering them start-to-finish with engaging offerings and new and notable destinations for our guests to experience the world as only Seabourn can present it,” said Chris Austin, senior vice president of Global Marketing & Sales for Seabourn. “These itineraries hold real excitement for first-time and returning guests alike as they explore remarkable destinations and memorable settings from the comforts of the world’s best ultra-luxury resort at sea.”
The Seabourn fleet is scheduled to visit a number of new and notable destinations through fall 2020 and winter and spring 2021.
Seabourn Odyssey and Seabourn Sojourn will sail the Caribbean, seeking out highlights such as Soper’s Hole, British Virgin Islands; Rodney Bay, St. Lucia; Charlestown, Nevis; and Iles des Saintes, a group of small islands in the archipelago of Guadeloupe.
Guests en route from Athens to Dubai aboard Seabourn Encore will have opportunity to experience Haifa, Ashdod, Tel Aviv, Bethlehem, and Jerusalem in Israel; the Ruins of Petra in Aqaba (Jordan); and Seabourn’s popular Caviar in the Surf and Beach BBQ event on Sir Bani Yas Island in the Al Gharbia region of United Arab Emirates.
In Southeast Asia, Seabourn Ovation will offer one of the line’s best overland programs from coastal Sihanoukville to the extraordinary temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia; as well as a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, renowned for its emerald waters and limestone islands topped with rainforests.
During fall 2020, Seabourn Quest will head south and sail along the western edge of South America.
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