Seabourn cruises for 2013


For a truly luxurious cruise in a small-ship atmosphere, Seabourn is hard to beat. With a reputation for fantastic service and an emphasis on class, the cruise line has gained a number of plaudits from critics and travellers alike.

Take a look at Cruise 1st Australia’s range of Seabourn cruise trips here – or keep reading to learn more about what a Seabourn cruise has to offer.

About Seabourn cruise line

Seabourn was founded in 1986 under the name of ‘Signet Cruise Lines’ by Norwegian investors, but soon changed its name to Seabourn Cruise Line. Its first ship, Seabourn Pride, launched in 1988. Today the company is wholly owned by Carnival Cruises, and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA.

The cruise line offers high-end, luxury travel in smaller surroundings – with the three largest of six ships carrying a maximum of just 450 guests. The ships’ smaller size means they have access to ports that many other cruise lines don’t visit.

The Seabourn experience is intimate, luxurious, relaxed and elegant – and you can expect a thoroughly attentive service at all times. As a result, Seabourn has been voted the world’s best small cruise line by readers of Conde Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure.

Seabourn cruise ships

Seabourn current operates a fleet of six ships – three of which weigh approximately 10,000 tons and three weighing around 32,000 tons. The company has announced it will be selling the three smaller ships in the future, but all six ships continue to offer a wide range of exciting trips over the next year.

Seabourn Pride – built in 1988, housing around 200 passengers. Will be leaving the fleet in 2014.
Seabourn Spirit – built in 1988, housing around 200 passengers. Its final journey under Seabourn will be in 2015.
Seabourn Legend – built in 1990, housing around 200 passengers. Will be leaving the fleet in 2015.
Seabourn Oddyssey – built in 2009. Houses around 450 passengers.
Seabourn Sojourn – built in 2010. Houses around 450 passengers.
Seabourn Quest – built in 2011. Houses around 450 passengers.

This year’s cruise trips with Seabourn

Here are the highlights of the Seabourn cruise trips currently available on Cruise 1st Australia.

Italian and Adriatic Odyssey
Seabourn Odyssey
28th April 2013 for 14 nights

Starting from Civitavecchia (Rome) and visiting Sorrento, Monastir (Tunisia), Valletta, Siracusa, Sicily, Itea, Zakinthos, Kerkira (Corfu), Kotor, Rab Island (Croatia), Piran (Slovenia) and Venice.

Adriatic Odyssey
Seabourn Odyssey
12th May 2013 for 7 nights

Starting at Venice and stopping at Triluke Bay, Dubrovnik, Kotor, Primosten (Croatia), Koper (Slovenia), Ravenna and back to Venice.

To find out more or to book a trip, take a look at our Seabourn cruises page.

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