Seabourn Opens Bookings on Fall 2024 Through Winter 2025 Itineraries

Seabourn Ovation.
Seabourn Ovation

Seabourn has announced worldwide itineraries to the Caribbean, Asia and Arabia between fall 2024 and winter/spring 2025. Seabourn Encore and Seabourn Ovation will take guests on more than 40 sailings to a variety of destinations, including new stops and ports Seabourn has not visited in five years like Isabel Segunda, Puerto Rico; Santa Marta, Colombia; Port Antonio, Jamaica; Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; and Kaohsiung and Magong (Makung), Penghu Islands, Taiwan.

Seabourn Ovation will sail to the Caribbean and visit destinations like Barbados, Curacao, and St. Maarten.

Meanwhile, Seabourn Encore will head east from Europe and return to Arabia and Asia, exploring Abu Dhabi, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Taiwan and more. The itineraries, which range from seven to 35 days, will offer opportunities for travellers to visit both well-known destinations and smaller, less explored ports.

Seabourn itinerary highlights include:

  • Seabourn Ovation – From NOV 2024 to MAR 2025, Seabourn Ovation will begin the season with a mix of seven-, 10- and 11‐day sailings round trip from Barbados, followed by eight seven‐day sailings between Barbados and St. Maarten. Kicking off the holiday season on 21DEC, the ship will have a 14‐day sailing round trip from Barbados with visits to Aruba, Curacao, Puerto Rico, Trinidad & Tobago and more. On 01FEB, a new 14‐day sailing roundtrip from Barbados to Caribbean destinations including Martinique, Aruba, Curacao and Dominican Republic. Throughout the season, Seabourn is offering 15 combination cruise options available, allowing guests to extend their Caribbean voyages into 14- to 21‐day trips. The Caribbean season also includes Seabourn’s Caviar in the Surf and beach barbecue at Carambola Beach, St. Kitts & Nevis.
  • Seabourn Encore – Seabourn Encore will sail in Asia from DEC 2024 to APR 2025 with voyages ranging from six to 35 days, embarking in Dubai, Hong Kong, and Singapore. The ship will make its way from Dubai to Singapore in 17 days, featuring an overnight in Mumbi along with a call to Abu Dhabi, as well as a stop at Bani Yas Island with the Arabian Wildlife Park with giraffes, cheetahs and gazelles. The ship will then sail a series of six 14-day voyages between Singapore and Hong Kong, with events such as Caviar in the Surf in Ko Kood, Thailand, and overnights in Manila, The Philippines, and Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, with small-ship access exploring UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Temples of Angkor & Luang Prabang in Cambodia and Laos, the Taj Mahal & Ranthambore in India, and the Great Wall of China. Finally, Seabourn Encore will make its way back to Europe at the end of the season from Dubai to Athens in 18 days, with an overnight in Safaga (Luxor), Egypt before transiting the Suez Canal enroute to Greece.

The itineraries, fares, and complete details of Seabourn's fall 2024 through winter 2025 schedule can be found on Seabourn’s web site.

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