Seabourn is in full swing with plans for a 145-day voyage in 2022.
The luxury cruise line based in Seattle on Monday announced plans for its “2022 World Cruise: Extraordinary Horizons” flight, which will visit 72 different ports of call in 28 countries.
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Seabourn, meanwhile, has put a pause in the global operation of its fleet, with other sailings expected to resume in 2021. The 145-day voyage in 2022 is by far the longest Seabourn is currently planning.
“With so many of us limited to travel this year, a Seabourn World Cruise in 2022 offers a much-needed extraordinary experience to look forward to and a chance to explore the world around us,” explained Josh Leibowitz, President of Seabourn Cruise Line of the planned trip.
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The cruise departs January 11, 2022 from Los Angeles with plans for the ship – Seabourn Sojurn – to stop at destinations in the South Pacific, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe, before ending in Athens, Greece. During this period, guests will be offered 20 nights in 21 of these 72 ports, as well as optional excursions to 25 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Guests are also allowed to disembark in specific ports and join others to spend more time at the destinations for “in-depth” experiences.
Those who cannot commit to the full 145 days can also book 22- or 89-day packages on the same trip.
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As incentives to book a 145-day trip, Seabourn has announced a number of special offers and discounts, including stays at the Los Angeles Ritz-Carlton before departure, tickets to special “World Cruise” events and additional gifts. Anyone booking by May 31, 2021, will earn additional benefits, including thousands of ship credits, private car services and personal valets at departure and exit cities, among other perks.
Seabourn’s World World 2020 cruise can currently be booked online with packages for the 145-day trip, starting at $ 66,999 per person. Person.
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Seabourn’s announcement comes as cruise ships around the globe work to resume navigation amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Some lines, such as the MSC, have already resumed some sailings in Europe. Meanwhile, the CDC still has a “No Sailing Order” valid for ships under US jurisdiction, although this order is currently only valid through September 30th.