Seabourn has released the latest edition of its annual cruise collection. The “Extraordinary Worlds, 2019/2020 Cruise Collection” runs 128 pages, detailing more than 180 Seabourn cruises visiting more than 450 destinations in nearly 100 countries across all seven continents.
The brochure highlights onboard and shore experiences with details on everything from suite layouts to dining options and land-based excursions. It also previews new itineraries, including Seabourn’s first voyages to Cuba, as well as a World Cruise on tap for the 2019-2020 cruise season.
Among the brochure's components is a two-page, quick-reference Cruise Planning Calendar, listing the cruises scheduled on Seabourn’s five luxury ships through 2019 and winter 2020. The offerings are itemized by ship, region and cruise type, including “World Cruise,” “Extended Explorations” and “Exotics,” as well as by page number for more detail.
The “Extraordinary Worlds” catalog further provides background on the Seabourn experience, such as partnerships with Michelin three-star Chef Thomas Keller, Dr. Andrew Weil and UNESCO. Each of these partners has changed the line’s culinary and spa & wellness offerings, respectively, and they are highlighted on pages all their own. New this year is a page dedicated to the Mindful Living Excursions, optional tours created as part of the line’s partnership with Dr. Weil.
A six-page section on Seabourn Journeys details pre- and post-cruise explorations of famous destinations and UNESCO World Heritage properties. A two-page spread highlights the line’s popular Ventures by Seabourn optional for-charge excursion program, which is ideal for travelers who enjoy outdoor adventures. The Ventures by Seabourn program is available in select destinations, including Alaska; Antarctica & Patagonia; Northern Europe; Amazon; Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific; Southeast Asia, and Iceland and Greenland.
Additionally, individual ships in the Seabourn fleet, including the new Seabourn Ovation, are showcased on image-filled pages detailing suite accommodations and deck plans.
For more information, visit www.seabourn.com.
This article originally appeared on www.luxurytraveladvisor.com.