Seabourn offers the newest, smallest and most consistent fleet in the ultra-luxury cruise space. Accommodations on all ships are suites, assuring guests ample space to enjoy their time onboard. Seabourn Odyssey (2009), Seabourn Sojourn (2010) and Seabourn Quest (2011) feature 229 suites; 90% of these suites have a private veranda. The Seabourn Encore (2016) and Seabourn Ovation (2018) have 300 suites, all with private verandas. Guests on Seabourn appreciate our attentive service and private club atmosphere.
While Seabourn guests are always smartly attired, there is no formal dress code on Seabourn, which our gentlemen guests appreciate. With the exception of Formal Nights, they can visit our fine dining restaurants in collared shirt and trousers and be comfortable.
Seabourn will take delivery of two purpose-built ultra-luxury expedition ships that will explore the Arctic, the Amazon and the Antarctic regions. These ships will be the perfect marriage of the stability and strength needed to manage the challenging conditions of exotic destinations while providing guests with stunning accommodations and facilities and unparalleled service. Seabourn Venture, the first of the two ships, will debut in December 2021 and explore Norway and the Arctic region.
All Seabourn cruises include premium spirits and fine wines in guest suites, in all bars and restaurants. There is never a surcharge to dine in any venue; guests may dine when they want, where they want and with whom they want.
Tipping is neither required nor expected.
Seabourn explores the world, covering all 7 continents. Our World Cruise and Grand Cruise provide opportunities for in-depth discovery of many of the world’s most enticing destinations.