New Seabourn Venture “Extraordinary Expedition” Itineraries For Summer And Fall 2022 Set To Wow Adventurous Travelers

Seabourn Venture (Artist impression, March 2019)Seabourn has unveiled its new expedition itineraries in the summer and fall 2022 for Seabourn Venture, the line’s first ultra-luxury purpose-built expedition ship.

Between early May and late October 2022, Seabourn Venture will visit breathtaking locations and remote destinations throughout the Arctic, the Caribbean, and Central and South America – offering travelers unique opportunities to experience expedition travel and exhilarating adventure in a way that is unique to Seabourn.

The new 2022 expedition itineraries include 16 immersive voyages, ranging from 10- to 15-days and featuring a variety of opportunities for travelers to discover diverse wildlife, pristine landscapes, and learn about the natural wonders, rich history and culture of each region. Additionally, select voyages may be combined to create sailings of up to 29 days in length.

“With new routes winding from the Arctic to the coast of Chile, our expedition itineraries in 2022 will offer a ‘safari at sea’ where travelers experience the diversity of nature and wildlife on either side of the equator together with Seabourn,” said Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn. “Seabourn Venture will offer the perfect balance of immersive, compelling adventures combined with our unrivalled luxury service to provide a truly breathtaking experience.”

Seabourn Venture is the line’s first dedicated expedition ship. Seabourn has been offering expedition-style experiences, including Zodiac, kayak and hiking excursions, since 2013 in worldwide destinations such as Antarctica, Alaska, the Amazon, Northern Europe, Greenland, Iceland and Australasia.

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(Seabourn Cruises)



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