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Seabourn Releases 2022-23 Sailings Early

Seabourn, the ultra-luxury cruise line, has announced their new global cruises for 2022-23

Travellers have the opportunity to visit destinations including the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Asia and the Pacific and Indian Oceans.

Itineraries are open for sale, and additional information on specific destinations is available on Seabourn’s website.

“Our guests have asked us to release Seabourn itineraries earlier and earlier to plan future travel. We are excited to have our 2022 and 2023 cruise offerings for guests to book and experience ‘the Seabourn Difference’ from the Caribbean to the Panama Canal and Australia to Asia,” said Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn.

“Every year brings new routes and destinations for our guests to experience the exclusive travel opportunities that we offer.”

An innovative range of itineraries is offered throughout each region, with voyages of seven to 35 days.

The entire Seabourn fleet will be on the move to popular cities, hidden gems, and destinations accessible only to smaller ships.

Key highlights include:

Seabourn Sojourn and Seabourn Ovation sailing to the Caribbean

Seabourn Encore travelling into Southeast Asia from the Mediterranean and Middle East 

Seabourn Quest transiting the Panama Canal to explore the western coasts of Central America

Seabourn Odyssey visiting Australia, New Zealand, and countries throughout the Pacific Rim.

Additionally, there will be options to combine cruises to experience even more of our extraordinary world.

Guests can take advantage of promotions to receive additional savings, including the line’s popular “Early Bonus Savings” offering guests who book select 2022-2023 sailings and pay in full by June 30, 2021 an additional 10 percent savings off the base cruise fare. Early Bonus Savings can also be combined with other promotions, such as Seabourn Club Savings, which provides an extra 5 percent savings to Seabourn Club Members on select voyages. 

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