Seabourn is creating two new ultra-luxury purpose-built expedition ships. The first ship is currently planned to sail in the Arctic in late summer 2021, with a full summer season in Antarctica to follow.
Seabourn is returning to Europe in 2020 with itineraries created with a blend of favorite cities and less-visited ports for guests to discover the natural beauty, cultures, wonders of art, architecture, history of the continent.
With more than a dozen vessels being built to cruise Antarctica, a perplexing question is posed: Which ship is right for my Antarctic cruise?
Seabourn Sojourn will cross three oceans and stop at 62 ports in 36 countries on five continents throughout the course of its 2020 world cruise. The sailing will include 16 overnights in port and late evening stays another 18 times.
Seabourn has its sights on setting sail into another year in Alaska & British Columbia in 2020 with new offerings for guests exploring the beauty, culture, and history of The Great Land.
Join Ralph and me on my podcast as he outlines six Alaska cruises he would like to do in 2019 – and one that he would not.
Seabourn announced the addition of Antarctic explorer Colin O’Brady for its Seabourn Conversations program’s first Antarctic sailing of the 2019-2020 season.
I’ve cruised Alaska a dozen times and would gladly do so again. There are six Alaska cruises that would make my list for 2019, and one that would not.