Seabourn Retools Website

Seabourn will add a new ship in 2010, but it's not waiting that long to upgrade its website. The luxury line has announced that its has revamped its website adding new functionality and extra options for guests and travel agents. 

The site now contains more port descriptions, further details on the line's fleet and up-to-date insider tips on a variety of ports Seabourn visits.

Guests can now also purchase pre- and post-cruise hotel stays and Seabourn Journeys land extensions, as well as shore excursions months prior to departure.

Visit www.seabourn.com


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