Seabourn Renovates Seabourn Odyssey

Seabourn has recently completed a multi-million-dollar renovation of Seabourn Odyssey, refreshing the look and feel of the vessel. The renovation, completed in Genoa, Italy in May, included work to update many public and guest areas throughout the ship.

Seabourn Odyssey. Photo courtesy of Seabourn

Enhancements become visible as soon as a guest walks into Seabourn Square, the communal hub of any Seabourn ship, with new furniture and lighting, along with a new carpet design.

Seabourn Square – Deck 7 Aft. Photo courtesy of Seabourn

Design enhancements have been made in The Club, where patterned carpet with lapis blue lines complements new lounge chairs and banquettes.

The Restaurant features toffee-toned woods, caramel accents, and sheer curtains, while new carpet shows off a pattern that feels contemporary.

The Card Room. Photo courtesy of Seabourn

In the Card Room, new chairs upholstered in velvet are arranged around new card tables, with dark grey carpet providing a contemporary backdrop.

Seabourn Odyssey Owner’s Suite. Photo courtesy of Seabourn

Guest suites have also seen significant updates, with Veranda Suites now showing new stone tops on the bedside cabinet and credenza, joined by a new table, designer bedding, and sofa pillows. Premium Suites highlight updates with new furniture and a new color palate.

Veranda Suite – Cat. V. Deck 6 Forward. Photo courtesy of Seabourn

Entertainment and technology systems also received a number of updates during the refurbishment. New televisions are now installed in all guest suites, integrated with an interactive new high-definition TV system that features added channels such as BBC HD, HGTV, The Food Network, and The Travel Channel. New internet optimization technologies have been installed to help improve overall guest experience across the ship. All suites have USB 2.0 outlets on the nightstand. Wireless access points have been added to every guest suite and boosted in public areas, which improves overall access to the internet throughout the ship, while additional updates to the network improves overall service.

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  • Just for your information, I was on Seabourn Odyssey, nine months ago for 25-days, and they no longer have Restaurant 2. In place of this dinning venue is Thomas Keller. The picture you have is indeed Restaurant 2, but all ships in their fleet were changed to TK 2-3 years ago. I’m amazed that they would send you the wrong picture, given how proud they are of TK.

    • Thanks Beth. Yes, it is amazing that they not only sent the photo but captioned it as well.

  • By the way, the picture of the Owners Suite is more than two years out of date, although I noticed Seabourn have still been carrying it on their website for many months. On the previous refurb in 2017 higher end suites were updated with new furniture and a changed colour palette to a more ‘art deco’ style in muted beiges, greys and golds/silvers. The claret red is gone and the suites look and feel significantly more stylish and luxurious for the refresh. There may have been further updates in the latest dry dock too. It’ll be interesting to see what’s new as the ship was feeling dated in parts (particularly The Club) when we last sailed on it in 2018.


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