With the addition of the all-suite Seabourn Quest next summer, The Yachts of Seabourn will offer the most luxury cruise berths in Europe for the 2011 season. The line’s six ships, none of which carries over 450 guests, will blanket Europe with an array of 143 voyages of 7 to 15 days, spanning the continent from the North Cape to the Crimea and from Iceland to the Greek Isles.
“If you want to travel in Europe next year, and you want to travel well, there’s a Seabourn suite waiting to take you wherever you want to go,” said Pamela C. Conover, Seabourn’s President and CEO. “We have the most departures, the most experience, the most interesting itineraries, and with Seabourn Value Fares saving you up to 65%, we absolutely offer the greatest values in European luxury cruising in 2011.”
Travelers interested in the Baltic, Russia and Scandinavia can choose between cruises of 7 to 10 days aboard the line’s new, 450 guest Seabourn Sojourn, or slightly longer 12 to 15 day voyages aboard the 208 guest Seabourn Pride.
In the Mediterranean, Seabourn Spirit is offering a pair of 7 day Adriatic voyages sailing roundtrip from Venice to Croatia, Montenegro and Slovenia, while Seabourn Legend concentrates on one week cruises of the French and Italian Rivieras and Spain.
Seabourn Odyssey and her new sister yacht Seabourn Quest, launching in June 2011, will be plying the Aegean, Greek isles and Turkey between Venice, Athens and Istanbul with departures weekly, plus a pair of ventures into the Black Sea.