Seabourn Discloses Design Of New Luxury Ship

The name of Seabourn's new $250 million ship is still under wraps, but her design plans are not. Seabourn was sure to duplicate many of the pronounced design features of Seabourn Pride, Spirit and Legend, while adding new touches. "We've been careful to incorporate signature features while designing the next generation of ultra-luxury ship," said Seabourn's president and CEO Pamela Conover. The new ship will offer more dining options, 13 different suites options to choose from--the five Owners Suites will measure over 700 square feet, while two-bedroom Grand Suites will offer over 1,300 square feet--added balconies, enhanced spa and recreational facilities and more entertainment venues. The luxury ship is set to enter service in June 2009.

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