Top 3 News Articles in The Yachts of Seaborn Cruises List of cruise news articles updates on The Yachts of Seaborn Cruises thoughtout the day en-gb 2023-03-21 First World Cruise for Seabourn in Six Years Loyal guests of luxury cruise line Seabourn have long awaited any sort of clue or even implication about an upcoming world cruise itinerary, and after six years, we can now reveal that there is a fabulous voyage ahead.

Departing in January 2020, the 148 night cruise has been meticulously planned in order to provide guests with some wonderful experiences and added extras. The stunning Seabourn Sojourn will depart from Miami, before traversing through the Caribbean, the coast of Africa, the Seychelles, Sri Lanka and India, Southeast Asia, Australia, and Hawaii, before ending the magnificent cruise in San Francisco. Some real highlight ports include:

Barbados – it’s impossible not to relax in this warm and friendly destination, where you’ll be welcomed with the sounds of rhythmic reggae and a glass of rum punch.

Durban – this South African city offers an intoxicating fusion of African, Indian, and Colonial influences which you’ll find in the food, architecture, and atmosphere.

Chennai – steeped in history, this East Indian city has plenty to do whether you’re looking for some cultural enlightenment, or beachside fun and relaxation.

Phuket – probably Thailand’s most well-known island resort, Phuket is absolutely idyllic. Think white sands, crystal clear waters, and some truly incredible food.

Komodo Island – this Indonesian island is undeniably unique, being home to more than 2,500 komodo dragons. Take in some outstanding views of natural beauty here.

Honolulu – the Hawaiian capital juxtaposes a relaxed beach atmosphere and a bustling city life in the best way. Enjoy a bit of cultural exploration knowing you’re never far from a drink and a sun lounger.

This brilliant cruise will take place on Seabourn Sojourn; a beautiful vessel that has transported passengers to some spectacular destinations over the years. Hosting fewer than 500 guests, she is a moderately sized luxury ship offering the very best in facilities and service. Find out more about Seabourn Sojourn, and all the dining, entertainment, and other amenities onboard.

Get more details about this superb round the world cruise, and talk to our sales team for more information.

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Seabourn Confirm Another New Ship Luxury line Seabourn have confirmed plans to build another new ship, set for delivery in 2018.

Based on Seabourn’s Odyssey-class of ships, it will feature only suites with 302 of them having a private balcony. Set to carry 604 passengers, the intimate ship will carry 154 more passengers than Odyssey, Sojourn and Quest.

The new ship, along with a sister ship debuting in 2016 are part of Seabourn’s fleet modernisation project that began in 2009. The new ship will also be built at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy.

Richard D Meadows, President of Seabourn said "We're very pleased that the demand for our brand has allowed us to add a second new ultra-luxury ship to our expanding fleet. These two ships will offer the understated elegance we are known for, as well as new amenities, innovations and modern design features that embody the hallmarks of Seabourn."

No dates or itinerary details for either ships have been revealed yet.

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Luxury cruises offer value for money, operator states
An increasing number of people are realising the attributes of taking a cruise holiday and among them are those seeking a top end product despite the recession, according to the Yachts of Seabourn.

Andrew Magowan, the company's director for Europe, Middle East and Africa, explained that luxury cruise companies have made a few changes because of the economic upheavals.

"Post last September, there was this push back against conspicuous luxury consumption, less so here. So we reigned back on the caviar," he said.

"On the ultra luxury end, we have fixed costs and we don't want to cut the product, but we do want to bring new people to the crowd so it is about articulating that value for money."

His comments come in the awake of projections from the Passenger Shipping Association that 1.65 million Brits will go on a cruise in 2010.

Written by Chris Smith.

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