Seabourn has extended its Sensational Suite Savings event through Nov. 20, 2020, offering enhanced benefits and savings. The cruise line has also cut the steel for its second new ultra-luxury expedition ship.
New and returning guests will be able to make savings on a range of suite accommodations on select summer 2021 through winter/spring 2022 voyages, as well as enjoy enhanced amenities such as a richer internet package and higher shipboard credits. Destination choices include the Mediterranean, Alaska/British Columbia, Northern Europe, Antarctica, and more.
The benefits vary by individual voyage but may include a veranda for ocean view suite upgrades; up to three category veranda suite upgrades; up to $1,000 shipboard credit per suite; up to 900-minute internet package per guest; and 50 percent reduced deposit.
Additionally, guests who book a Penthouse or Premium Suite on select sailings will receive up to $2,000 shipboard credit per suite and an unlimited internet package per suite.
“Many guests and their travel advisors have already been taking advantage of the Sensational Suite Savings promotion to book their summer 2021 Alaska/British Columbia, Mediterranean and Northern Europe voyages,” said Chris Austin, senior vice president of global marketing & sales for Seabourn, in a press release statement. “With summer 2020 coming to a close, it’s helpful for all of us to have something to look forward to during these current times and we wanted to broaden that opportunity by extending the promotion through Nov. 20th.”
Click here for a complete listing of the savings, amenities, and select sailings applicable to the Sensational Suite Savings.
Seabourn’s Steel Cutting Ceremony
Seabourn has also celebrated the commemorative steel cutting ceremony for its second new expedition ship. The new ship, which has not yet been named, is scheduled to launch in 2022, following its sister ship Seabourn Venture, which is slated to launch in 2021.
“With two brand new ultra-luxury expedition ships now under construction, we are setting a new standard of luxury and adventure,” said Josh Leibowitz, president of Seabourn, in a press release statement. “This milestone further underscores our commitment to the expedition travel category and I’m confident these ships will deliver extraordinary expedition experiences.”
The two ships have been designed from conception for expedition travel, and built for diverse environments to PC6 Polar Class standards with an array of modern hardware and technology that will extend their global deployment and capabilities. New offerings include two custom-built submarines carried onboard, providing a view of the world beneath the ocean’s surface. Both ships will also carry 24 Zodiacs onboard, giving them the flexibility to take all guests on a Zodiac tour at once, should conditions permit.
“The first steel cut for the second Seabourn expedition vessel, while Seabourn Venture is already under construction, enhances the enthusiasm even more for the successful and long lasting cooperation with Seabourn,” said Marco Ghiglione, managing director for T. Mariotti, in a press release statement. “Now more than ever, we are committed to make it extraordinary and possible, with the highest standard of beauty, comfort and safety.”
Each ship will feature 132 luxurious oceanfront veranda suites, designed by renowned hospitality designer Adam D. Tihany, who has also curated a bespoke furniture collection for the ships.
Both expedition ships will also feature an onboard crew that includes highly regarded wilderness experts, scientists, historians and naturalists. These experts are part of the Seabourn Conversations program, providing in-depth insights into the history, ecology and culture of the places they visit. Their insights are offered both in formal presentations on a variety of topics and in more casual conversations over meals, on deck during scenic cruising or at leisure.
For more information visit seabourn.com.